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Full text of "Green's Connecticut annual register and United States Calendar"




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GENEALOGY COL.UECTIC 



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I AND 

| ALMANACK, || 

§ I 

I FOR THE STATE OF | 

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Connect (cut j 

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I For the Year of our LORD, I 
! - I 

I 3 o 6 : f 

1 £ 

§ £E TKG 1'IIE I'HIRflEflt OF 1'HS INDE- | 
PENVSKCE OF 7'flE UXiZ'ED S'i'A'j'iiS. | 

I O 

I I 

NEW-LONDON: 

HINTED AND SOU 2/ | 

| CADY & EELLS. f 



9 



OBSERVATION. 

THE hour of nighc is, many times, more conver 
ient!y estimated by the moon's soutlih gj than b 
her rising and sitting. 5 > lAn [) 

To find the moon's southing • 
RULE. 5 * 

m Add three hours to the time of hi ? h water on a™ 
given day, as it is inserted in this almanack*, and yoi 
will have the true time of the moon's southin- fo, 
tnat day. S 1UJ 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setti™ 
you will have the len^tlvof the day ; and double th* 
lime of the sun's risi ng will be the length of the night! 

Chronological Cycles for the year 1806. 

Dominical Letter, E I Solar Cycle, 2 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- | Roman Indiction, y 
en Number, 2 Julian Period, 6519 

Epact, 31 I 

Names and Chara&ers of the Planets. 
^ Sol or Sun. £ or j) Luna or Moon. 
** Saturn. % Jupiter. $ Mars* 
O or £> o Venus. $ Mercury. 

$ Herschell. . c — ; — , 

© Tellas, or Earth. * '^e Afpects. 

Names and Chara&ers of u*^ same 

6 Conjunction, or planets situated in the 

longitude. 
O Quartile, when they are 90 degrees distant 

from each other. 
$ Opposition, when they are 180 degrees dis«* 

tant. 
A Trine, when they are 120 deerees distant 



T 



ECLIPSES IJ\T THE YJEjjR HOG. 
HERE will be three Eclipses thai year. 



I. The first will be of the Morn, January 4lh, i» 
the evening, visible, if the air be clear, 

Calculated as fellows — h. m. 
Beginning at - - - - 5 43 

Middle, 7 08 

End, 8 34 . 

Duration, - - -- -252 

L)igits eclipsed, P£ on the Moon's North limb. 

II. The second will be a great and total eclipse of 
the Sun, on Monday, June IG ; visible if the air be 
clear. At the middle of die eclipse, the sun will be 
involved in total darkness, nearly two minutes. 

By calculation as follows — 

Urn VU 

Eclipse begins at ^ - - 9 5S~} 
Total darkness begins, - - 11 16 J Apparent 
Middle of the eclipse, - 11 IT J>tiriie in the 
Total darkness ends, - - 11 IS J morning. 
Eclipse ends, - - - 12 '44 J 

Whole duration of the Eclipse, 2h« 52m. 
The eclipse will-begin on the west side of the Sun, 
End go off from the sun's eastern limb. 

Those who view this eclipse, may have a common 
piece of window glass, smoked with a candle* (if they' 
have not Hartley's quadrant) which will serve as ace- 
fence to their eyes. 

III. The third will be of the sun, December 9th, 
at 9 o'clock, 36 minutes, in trie evening, invisible to 

25 U&imm— 

FREEMEN'S MEETINGS. 

FREEMEN'S MEETINGS throughout the states 
of Connecticut, are hold annually en the third 
Monday in September, and on the Monday following 
the first Tuesday in Ap il. 



A TAttLf! Jheivmg the diferetice of High-Water atfevenu 
places from New-London 

THE fixth column of each monthly page ftiews the 
time of High- wuter at New-London, New-York, 
Elizabethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
lina— >to which if you add and fubtraft as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high- water at the fol- 
lowing places.— (A) (hews that the annexed quantitie 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtrafted— (H) (lands for 
hoars, (M) for minutes. 



h.m. 
6 30 

45 

2 o 

3 o 

1 12 

z 
o 

2 

2 



Names of Places* 

Albany A 

A in boy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 

Annapolis, -No f A 

New-Bedford S 

Boil on A 

Burlington A 

Canfo A 

Cape- Ann A 

Cape Fear 3 

Ca!>oBuy A 

Cbarleftou Bar S 

F.urfieid A 

F »-*e d e rlc a, G? */£/,*, S 

Georgetown Bar S 

Oui.lfotc] A 

Hackeiikck A 

Halifax A 

Holi Gate A 

Hartford A 

(iingham 3 

Huntington A 

Jpfw i : 1 A 

men A 

KLiag >i, t\ 

Louiibourgb A 

Iv I i i 1 Ocean S 

Mobillc-Poiut A 

Kan ticket S I 30 



Names of Places, 
Newburyport A 

New-Haven A 

New Providence S 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 
j 5 Penobfcot 



Penfacola 
Philadelpkia 
Pifcataw^y 
Plymouth 
Polepela Ifland 



1 3o 
3 c 


2C) 



2c Port Royal, S. C. 

Portfmouth 

Providence 

Purifburgh, 5. C, 

Quebec 

lleedy-Ifland 

Rhode- Ifland 

Salem 

Sandy- Hook 

Savannah 
oj Say brook 
45|St Auguftine, B. 
50 St. John's, New/. 

Sunbury, Georgta } 

Tybee Bar 

White Stone 

WUliamfburg, Va. 

Wilmington, V C. 



3 



2 

1 32 

2 

2 

o 

6 

3 

c 
5 



JANUARY huh ~t days. 



i^uil m. 4cia. 7h. i4*m. ajt. 



LaAqa. I Ida oh. 35m. af. Fir ft c\:\. 27 



New m. I9d. 



1 ,Circum. 1) 



3h. 5 ni. after.! 
ih. 44m. 2 ft .| 



7 23 4 32 

! 7 9ftki 'V? 



7 2' 

7 2t ! 4 3- 



?'gr.el. 3 high,/*/ 
#;x£, ^At7/z c/#// andh'ivrtfh 27 4 33 
c?0@ Dperi-. Decli " 
2d sun. aft. Chi istmas. 
Epiphany. 6 51 
3 7)$ 9 sets 3 h. 351X1, 
Hazy j cold, then 
3 slow of clock j 8m. 
comes rain or *now, 

a G 3) £b/c/ weatkv 
1st after 'Epiphany. 

near /fc°s Jem* 



21 rises 5h. 25m. mor 



si stationary. 3 lov/. 

aftc/ co/fl? weather. 
a h 3 Apogee. 
2d aft. Epiph. 6 3 

2 Qent.^ 10h.50m.rn. 

3 Much falling 
7*s south 7h. 10m. 

weather h 

these days. 

env. St. Paul. 

E|3d aft, Epiph. % ri. 3h 

O 1) 3/20*9. [7m. m.[7 8 

$ station, 3 with 7 *s. 7 7 

Days increased 48m. 7 6 

More moderate. 7 5 

0sl, cl. 14m. 3high,J7 4 



72C 
7 24 

r'% 

723 

72 

72 

721 

7 2 

7 20 

7 19 

7 18 

717 

7 16 

71 

7 14 

7 13 

7 12 

711 

7 10 

7 9 



-4 3 
4 37 

438 
4 38 
4 35 
4 40 
4 40 
4 41 
142 
4 43 
4 4 
4 4 
4 46 
4 47 
4 43 
4 49 
4 50 
451 
4 52 
453 
4 54 
4 55 
4 56 



6 1, 


7 3 


8 7j 


9 1 


10 12 


(4 S 


12 1 


mbiti. 


50 


1 35 


2 25 


3 12 


4 


4 49 


5 39 


€ 29 


7 18 


8 6 


8 52 


9 36 


10 19 


11 1] 


11 42 


aft. 24 


1 8 


1 54i 


2 43 


3 37 


4 36 


5 37 


6 4# 



4 46 

5 5: 



morn . 

6 

1 12 

2 19 

3 27 

4 ^6 





FEBRUARY hath 2K days. 


Puj! moon, 3d. 5h. 55m. m. 1 New mo. i8d. joh 2ra.n1 


Laft qu. iod 4b 29m. rnor. | Firft qua 26d oh 49m. in 


M 


W | Calender, &c. |©n.|®s;|l^.sea.|r.D^ 


i 


7 


<7*S soutli t)h. 30m. 7 3[4 57 


7 42 


5 2b 


2 


E 


J) Perigee. Cold ivec-7 2 


458 


8 43 


6 2< 


S 


J 


<? O O high tides. 7 1 


4 59 


9 38 


D ris 


4 


3 


ther and mow, near 6 59 


5 1 


10 So 


7 1 


5 


4 


slow of dock 15m. 658 


3 ^ 


11 21 


8 13 


6 


5 


this tr/?ic.\Q57 


5 3 


morr. 


9 2: 


5 


6 


bstat. <50t S15V3\656 


5 '1 


1 1 


10 15 


'■• 


1 


N* JL winds : 


654 


5 6 


1 ( 


1 i I 


9 


E 


Sexagesima Sunday. 


6 53 


5 7 


1 4 l 


norn 


.0 


2 


□ 05 and snoiv 


6 52 


5 8 


2 39 


18 


I i 


3 


Days increas. lb. 18m. 


651 


5 9 


3 2f 


1 31 


2 


4 


or rainfsuowtu 


6'4S 


5 11 


4 l< 


■ 2 44 


18 


5 


6 % 3 >low. $ri. 8h6 4S 


5 12 


5 l( 


O oJ 


14 


6 


Valentine. [!32m.:6 47 


5 1 3 


5 5r 


4 22 


1 5 


7 


Pleasant ; then cold. 6 46 


5 14 


6 47 


4 54 


i 6 


p 


Quinquages. sund. j6 4^ 


5 15 


7 32 


5 2C 


17 


2 


5 Apogee. ifcfore 6 43 


5 17 


3 If 


5 59 


18 


$ 


(5 03 moderate .'S^ 


5 IS 


3 5 r 


;'J set. 


g 


-i 


©ent.X Ifc 37m, mo.,6 40 


5 20 


! 9 4] 


6 44 


20 


5 


6 9 D 27icn rain.\6S9 


.5 21 


10 24 


7 4S 


21 


6 


2 stationary. CoA/6 38 


5 22 


11 7 


8 53 


*2 


7 


dlngteiing weachtr. 


6 of 


>24 


11 52 


9 57 


23 


E 


1st snnd. in Lent. 


6 3; 


5 25 


at. 4c 


11 2 


24 


2 


St. Matth. A/orf 


6 3»: 


5 26 


1 31 


morn 


2-5 


3 


])with7*s. pleasant; 


6- $2 


5 28 


2 2f 


7 


26 


4 


D 5 M^/7 ?wz 


6 3 : 


5 29 


3 34 


1 13 


2? 


5 


J? stationary. >high. 


6 3< 


5 30 


4 2* 


2 10 


2S 


6 


slow of clock, 1 3m. 6 2 S 


5 32 


5 25 


3 7 


The plaaet ( 9 ) will be evening* star until the 1 4th 


Mi 


iVC 


h. thnn mornin? star to theend ot the year. 

















f MARCH hath 31 davs. 


Full iiio. 4cl« 4h. ^m. alt. i New mo. 20d. 2h 34m. ix 


|L»,ft rjn. 1 id. 1 lh. (m. ai>. ! Firft: q'u. 27c!. $1. 5ra. mo 


Im|W| Calender, "ice. 


!@r 


•!£>> 


*. K.ea.|r. ])s 


W 


St. David, 


,627 


5 33 


5 25 


3 5 


4l. 
3,2 


2d Sunday in Lent. -6 25 


5 35 


7 2* 


4 3/ 


j)Perjgee. &tu8ferm.gfiM 


5 36 


8 2C 


4 2: 


4. 


la 


§(d® 7*ss.atmidn'tjS23 


.5 37 


9 8 


5 rise 


.5 


4 


OsLofcl. 1.1m. h.tides.JGS 1 


i 39 


10 C 


7 2 


6 


j 


unsettled weather. 6 2'fc 


5 40 


10 5( 


3 U 


7 


6 


Q, 4 VJ ,#«f# or stLqivS 1 


.7 4] 


11 41 


9 2t 


8 


7 


2/ rises 2h. 35m. mor.:6 1? 


5 43 


morn 


10' 3? 


9 


E 


3d sunday in Lent. 6 1 e. 


5 44 


35 


11 3^ 


10 


2 


72 ear fAf* iime.6 [ ■ 


5 46 


1 24 


morn 


11 





n © D D low, [6 1 : 


547 


2 1( 


3i 


12 


4 


Days increas. 2h.36m j 6l2 


548 


3 £ 


1 3. 


13 


5 


6^/3) Pleasant f.6 \0 


5 50 


3 5£ 


2 fi 


U 


fi 


6Q>i 6 0? 6 


5 5 1 


4 4( 


2 5( 


15 


7 


Men f«/», in 6 7 


5 53 


5 35 


3 2*< 


16 


E 


4th m L. Mid. Lent s.J6 6 


5 54 


6 le 


4 ( 


17 


2 


j) Apogee. filenty:^ 4 


556 


7 1 


4 2( 


18 





. Windy tveatkt r 


6 3 


5 57 


7 4iJ 


4 5^ 


19 


4 


7*5 set 1 lh. 7m. 


6 2 


5 58 


8 27 


5 k 


20 


5 


6 O 3 More pleasant 


6 1 


5 59 


9 10 


> set 


21 


6 


O ent . °f I h . 5 7 m, mor. 


5 59 


6 1 


9 50 


7 55 


81:7 


7?am nra; 


553 


6 2 


10 44 


8 SI 


23 


F 


3th sunday in Lent. 


5 56 


5 4 


11 35 


10 7 


24 


2 


3) with 7 *s. r/*es e afo/s 


5 55 


6 5 


aft. 29 


11 10 


25 


3 


An. B. V. M. D high 


5 53 


6 7 


1 26 


morn 


26 


4 


Plea* an 


552 


6 3 


2 2£ 


Q M 


27 


5 


Q 5 xoeaihei 


551 


6 9 


3 24 


1 6 


28 6 


DQlf. foi 


5 4-9 


611 


4 23 


1 59 


29;7 


D Perigee. March. 


5 48 


5 12 


5 If 


2 39 : 


koll 


6 tli ;n L. Palm sund. 


5 47 


6 13 


6 12 


3 19f 


fsi-i 


2 


slow of dock 4m. 


545 


6 15 


7 4 


3 5l[ 



APRIL hath 30 lays. \\ 


FufJ mo 3cia. 3hu, On m* 


N.vv moon, t8d; 41 8m. aiJl 


Laftc-ua. r0d*6h. 35m. af. 


Firftqm. 25J ^h. 19'fri. -v>.| 


J>i | \ V j Calendar; &e^ |^u.l(?)fc.]v.*ea.|r. 3 S 1 


I 


3 


Q sl<m oi c.o.:k 4ui. j5 4 I 


5 16 7 55 4 23] 


c 


t 


Fle&iant weather* 


5 42 


6 18 


3 45 


4 55 


2 


j 


<?0® lades swell. 


5 41 


19 


9 36 


3 rise 


4 


i 


Good Frid. St, Ambr. 


5 39 


521 


10 28 


8 23 


5 


r 


$ sta. Pleasant. 


538 


6 22 


11 20 


9 27 


6 


g 


Easter Sunday. 


5 36 


6 24 


.norn 


10 32 


7 


) 


E.Monday. &2VJ 


5 35 


6 25 


14 


11 25 


8 





E. Tues. 3 low. 2?(#k 


5 34 


6 26 


1 6 


norn. 


9 


i 


6 % 3 2 gr. el. weia 


532 


6 28 


1 58 


18 


:c 


5 


D0D 3 Apog. ^ 


53) 


6*9 


2 & 


; 57 


1! 


5 


7*s set 9h. 44m. time. 


5 30 


6 30 


3 35 


1 37 


13 


r 


and clock even. 


s'ai 


6 32 


4 21 


2 e 


13 


E 


1 sund* aft. Easter. 


527 


633 


5 A 


2 3e 


14 


2 


(?0| ^ rise 35m. m 


5 26 


634 


5 47 


3 2 


15 


3 


#Oh i?<?$ 


5.44 


636 


6 2<? 




16 


4 


Days increas. 4h. Mm. 




637 


7 i'5 


3 52 


17 


5 


and jierhajis thunder. 


522 


6 38 


7 57 


4 17 


18 


6 


* station. 6 Q 3 


521 


6 39 


8 4;, 


3 set* 


1 9 


7 


Tides swell. Cloudy. 


519 


5 41 


9 3: 


8 2 


:-0 


> T 


2d sund aft. Easter. 


5 18 


542 1Q 30 


9 7 


2 J 


2 


Qent. b 2ii. 37m. aft. 


5 17 


643 


11 27 


10 1? 


22 


3 


3 higlv. Co/ci 


5 1 5 


5 45 


aft. 27 


11 £ 


2;: 


4 


enough for snow. 


5 1 4 


6 46 


1 27 


norn. 


24 


1 


3 perigee. 


[5 13 


6 47 


2 26 


4 


;2c 


St. Mark. D03 


'5 12 


5 48 


3 21 


46 


2C 




Pleasant : , then 


5 U 


649 


4 15 


1 28 


27F. 


3d aft. Easter. rain. 


5 9 


651 


5 5 


2 C 


28 2 


1$. stationary. 


5 8 


5 52 


5 55 


2 32 


293 


7*s set 8h. 35m, ncai 


5 7 


6:7:. 


6 44 


3 


ss± 


f. of cl . 3 m . / his Um f 


l5 6 


$54 


7 33 


3 27] 



MAY iu»h 31 dayh 



FuJl 1110. 2d. 2k. 32m. aft. 
Laft qu. lod. ih. 25m. aft. 
M1VV1 Calendar, be. 



New 
Firft 



1110. i$d. 2b. 55m. m« 
gu. 24d. 8lx. 35in. aft 



|(y)n.!0s.|P^^T 



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6 


3 


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4 


F 


'5 


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(5 


3 


r 


4 


8 


5 


9 


6 


10 


7 


H 


£ 


12 


2 


13 


3 


U 


4 


15 


5 


16 





17 


7 


18 


E 


19 


2 


20 


3 


3 3 


4 


22 


5 


23 


6 


i'4 


7 ■ 


25 


E 


26 


2 


17 


3 


31 


4 


2£ 


5 


3C 


5 


31 


7 



St. Phillip k James. 
£0© %* 

and thunder. 
4th aft. East. Pleamni 
3 low. iv : at her. 

St. John Evangelist. 
Gen. El. Newp't. 6 3 
Gen. El. Hartford. [ 2/ 
7*s set 7h. 57m. 

5th aft. East. Roga. s. 
$ statio. this thne in 
Q0V3 ^ri. 10h,40m. 
O f- cL 4 m. plenty 
Ascen. Day. Holy Th. 
Days increas. 5h. 22m. 

Pleasant iveather. 
Sund. aft asc. 6 3 
Full tides, 3 high. 
7*s set 7h. 14m. 
JO ent. n 3h.Gm. aft. 
1 3 Perigee. Pctamnt. 
Pleasant. 
3 fet*. e!ong\ D © 3 
Whit Sunday. ikfon 
rain near thk> 
? gr. elongation, time 
Gen. Election Boston. 
PI eat am 

weather, then ram. 
0) fast of clock qtOf 



5 5 


655 


8 24 


5 3 


657 


9 15 


5 2 


658 


10 £ 


5 1 


659 


11 1 


5 


7 


11 5' 


45? 


7 1 


mom 


4 58 


7 2 


u 


157 


7 3 


1 35, 


4 56 


7 4 


2 H 


4 55 


7 5 


5 3 


454 


7 6 


3 45 


4 55 


7 7 


4 28 


4 52 


7 8 


5 10 


4 51 


7 9 


5 53 


4 5f 


7 10 


6 37 


4^49 


711 


7 2S 


4 48 


712 


8 21 


4 47 


713 


9 18 


4 4C 


714 


10 12 


4 45 


715 


11 19 


4 44 


7 16 


aft. 20 


143 


7 17 


1 IS 


4 42 


718 


2 12 


4 42 


718 


3 4 


i4! 


719 


3 53 


4 40 


7 20 


4 41 


439 


721 


5 29 


4 39 


72i 


6 18 


4 38 


722 


7 8 


4 37 


7231 7 5T 


437 


7231 


8 52 



JUNK hath 30 days. 


It 


r ell mo. id. 3'i, 7m. mor. I New mo. i6d. uh. 32m. nv 


1 i 


-aft qu. 91I. 6h. 12m. mo. J Firfl qua. 23d. 2h. i6m. m 


1 


Full moon, 30 day, 5 b. 5 m. afternoon. 




n 


VV| C-cu.ndar, &.c. I(v)n.|@s.| Ksea.jr.-D s. 


1 


1 


Trin. Sunday. <p £ ®|4 3o 7 24 


9 4-4 


-j*!* 


2 


2 


4 2/ j ) low. 7'Vrt? 4 36 7 2 4 


10 3o 


8 5: 




3 


3 


D Apogee. growing 


1 35; 


7 25 


11 25 


9 3 




4 


1 


3 fast ofcl. 4m. season 


4 34 


726 


morn 


10 1 




5 


5 


Pain near thi. 


i 34 


7 26 


11 


iO Si. 




6 


6 


Q29 / /f/;-e 


1.33 


7 27 


56 


11 \ 




7 


7 


7*s rise 3 o'cl. morn. 


4 33 


7 27 


1 39 


11 Si- 




6 


E 


1st s unci, after Trinity. 


4 33 


7 27 


2 31 


ll 5-' 




9 


2 


30) Flca:.a:i. 


'•:.• 3- 


728 


3 1 


• norn 




G 


3 


%v cat her. 


£%r 


728 


3 43 


1: 




1 


4 


)t. Barnabas. 


-..• 3- ; 


7 28 


4 27 


4 




2 


5 


Pleasant. 


4...S 


729 


5 13 


1 u 




3 


5 


;7) and clock even. 


4 3 i 


7 29 


6 13 


1 45 




4 


7 


.j) with 7*6. Warm 


43. 


7 29 


6 53 


2 29 




5 


E 


y d sund. art, Trinity. 


4 3 ■ 


7 29 


7 57 


3 1 I 


.. 


6 


•3 


v) totally eclipsed. 


43! 


7 29 


8 53 


D sett; 




i7 


3 


D per. St, Alban. 


431 


7 29 


10 1 


S 36 




8 


4 


Tides swell. Pleasant. 


4 30 


7 3'> 


!1 2 


9 17 




19 


5 


^ rise 7h. 5 5m. 


fa 

4S< 


7 3J 


12 


9 59 




20 


5 


Days increas. 6.I1. 


7 30 


aft, 5 1. 


l& 30 




11 


7 


Dent. g5 il'h, 4$ui.af, 


4 30 


7 30 


1 45 


11 1 




22 E 


><3 timd alt. Trinity. 


4 30 


7 30 


2 3; 


11 30 




23J2 


^ © 3 Pitazan! 


4 3( 


7 30 


3-22 


11 59 




§413 


Mativ, St. John Bap. 


43<, 


7 30 


4 11 






S[4 


!y stav weather. Hazy. 


4.31 


729 


5 C 


3! 




>6i5 


8Q% Mjw 


,3: 


7 29 


5 50' 


1 3 




27 j 6 


comes rain j ivlikh is 


431 


7 2.. 


6 41 


I 32 




28 7 


4 0? $st. welcome. 


4 3 


7 2£ 


7 3 ' 







8?;K 


0- ift.T, St.Pet. $lo. 


is 


7 2 ' 


8 24 


2 3 2 




30; 2 


^09 Pleamit. 


-13; 


" 2S 


9' 14 


3 'rise 





j JULY hath 31 days. 


** 


?,aft qua. 8d\ 8h. 31m. aft [ Firft qua. 2 2d. 9h. 54m. m 


New mo. 15a*. 6h 53m. af. | Fw 


1 mo. 30d. 8li. 13m. mo. 
v)ri.j@s.JF sea.jr. 3 s 


MjVV| Calendar, he. |( 


1 3 J) Apogee. Pltamnt. 


1 32' 


728 


10 


2 


8 5 


2 4 


Visit. B. V. M. 


4 32 


728 


10 


47 


8 3r 


35 


Pain a?id fog. 


4 32 


7 23 


11 


1) 


9 6 


46 


Tndep. ©sl.cl. 4m. 


4 oS 


727 


morn. 


9 21 


57 


Pleasant 


1 33 


727 





12 


9 53 


6L 


5th after Trinity, 


4 33 


727 





53 


16 16 


7 2 


&27/ 2/ so. llo'cl. 


4 34 


72e 


1 


34 


10 4C 


83 


□ © 3 Pleasant 


4 34 


72e 


2 


16 


11 8 


94 


7*s rise Oh. 48m. mor 


i35 


725 


3 





11 37 


105 


Pain and thunder 


4 36 


724 


3 


4 7 


morn 


116 


si. of clock 5m. 


136 


7 24 


4 


38 


U 


127 


Poggy mornings 


4 37 


733 


5 


34 


5( 


13 £ 


,5th aft. Trip. 6 % 1} 


4 3fc 


722 


6 


34 


1 Si 


14 2 


a0^ 3 high. 


4 3€ 


7 22 


7 


36 


2 51 


\5 3 


5 per. a © h 6 © 3 


4 3S 


721 


8 


39 


3 set 


164 


Full tides. ifa« 


4 4C 


7 20 


9 


39 


7 47 


17 5 


ft^ar ^Acsf days 


4 4C 


7 20 


10 


< 


3 22 


186 


© si. of clock, 6m. 


441 


719 


11 


31 


8 57 


197 


Pleasant 


4 42 


718 


aft. 2! 


9 27 


20 E 


7th after Trinity. 


4 43 


717 


1 


K 


9 57 


212 


7*s rise at midnight. 


4 43 


717 


2 


*, 


10 28 


22 3 


D0D Pleasant 


4 44 


716 


2 


5: 


10 5 ( : 


234 


©ent.Sl 10h.31m.mo 


4 45 


715 


3 


4^ 


11 sv, 


245 


Some rain 


4 46 


ru 


4 


i 


moi n 


^56 


Dog days begin. 


4 47 


713 


5 


5( 


U 


^ low. Pleasant, 


4 48 


rip 


6 


15 


1 | 


; ^rin. 6%1> 


4 49 


711 


7 


8 


1 57 


6 7 1 j> * weather. 


4 5® 


710 


7 


5f 


2 5/ 


7i£ 3th aft. *. ' ~m 


451 


7 f> 


8 


41 


3 5< 


8 2 Pleasant ». ~y 


7 8 


9 


27 


3 rise 


93H 


) Apogee. Wo.* • j 






10 


9 


7 M 



















AUGUSl ha in 31 uays. 


La.il eju. 7d. 8h. 33m. mor. 


Firft qu. 2od. 8h. 45m. all. 


New mo. 14c!. ih. 56m. m. 


Full mo. 28c!. Mb. 58m. at* 


M|VV| Calendar, Sec. |0fi.|©s. 


K.sea.|r.3 s 


1;6 


Lammas. £^26 / 


4 54 


7 6 


10 50 


8 16 


27 


7*s rise 1 Ih. 13m. 


4 55 


7 5 


11 31 


8 5; 


3 


E 


9th after Trinity. 


I 56 


7 4 


morn . 


9 4 


4 


2 


Pleasant ; then 


1<57 


7 3 


IS 


9 9 


5 


3 


si. of clock* 5m. 


4 58 


7 2 


© 56 


9 40 


6 


4 


rain. 


i 59 


7 1 


141 


10 11 


7 


5 


5 gr. elong. D © 3 


5 


7 


2 30 


10 53 


8 


5 


Sultry iv eat her. 


5 1 


6 59 


3 22 


1136 


9 


7 


3 high. cW# jierhapj 


» 2 


6 58 


4 18 


morn. 


10 


E 


10th aft. Trinity. 


i 4 


6 5c 


5 13 


"33 


11 


2 


6 5 j) 6?]) rczwi?. 


> 5 


6 55 


6 1-9 


1 4Q 


12 


.•» 


3 perigee. Pleasant. 


5 6 


6 54 


7 20 


2 41 


13 


1 


% so. 8h. 22m. 


5, 7 


6 53 


8 20 


3 44 


fi 


5 


c5 D Full tides. 


5 8 


6 52 


9 17 


3 seu 


16 


6 


Days short. Ih, 18m. 


5 5 


6 51 


iO 11 


7 25 


'6 


7 


Pleasant tvea 1 her . 


5 M 


6 4? 


11 4 


7 55, 


'7 


E 


11th aft. Trinity. , 


5 12 


6 41 


11 56 


3 26 


18 


2 


Pint 


5 13 


6 47 


•ft. 48 


9 C 


lr 


g 


ffleashn 


5 14 


6 4> 


1 50 


9 47 


20 


1 


D © j) weather. 


! 16 


6 44 


2 31 


10 26 


21 


5 


% sta, 7*3 rise 10 o'cl 


5 17 


6 4;" 


3,25 


11 5 


22 


6 


3 lov/. 


5 18 


4? 


4 17 


11 5? 


is 


7 


en t . Tig 4 h . 5 4 rn . a ft . 


5 19 


6 41 


5 8 


morn 


24 


E 


12th aft. Trin. St. Bart. 


> 21 


3 3 


5 57 


53 


!S 


2 


3 Apog. J\'o~v ejficci 


.3 2 2 


6 3< 


6 44 


1 52 


it 


3 


rain in plenty 


3 23 


3 3: 


7 2? 


2 51 


"^7 


4 


fcom't Darfcmbutfc an* 


5 25 


6 3/ 


8 12 


3 50 


j* 8 


5 |St, Aug* [CfdTibrhlge 


5 26 


3 34 


8 54 


3 risu 


29 


6iSt.JohnB.beh. fQO 


5 27 


6 3;" 


9 36 


6 50 


tf 


7.0 and clock even. 


5 28 


6 32 


10 18 


6 55 


11 


iSi3thaft.Tr. Platan:. 


5 3'T5 30 


11 1 7 21 







bEi^ lEMHER ham 30 days. 


Laft < 


sua. 5cl. 6|. 39m. ait. 


Firft <]u 19c!. III). 33m. m- 


Sew mo. 1 2d. 9b. 40m. m. 


Full mo. 27d. 3h. 42m. m. 


M 


W| Calendar, &c. j{v)n.|©s.|F.sea. 


r.Ds. 


I 


2 


C^24 / Lowry ; miaty. 


5 31|6 29,11 40 


7 a 


2 






7*s rise 9h. 17m. 


5 32?6 28 


morn 


8 21 


3 


4 


Com.Prov.k Wm.'s T. 


5 34*6 26 


3.; 


9 


4 


5 


Dog days end. 6 © 2 


5 35 


6 25 


1 2: 


9 39 


5 


6 


Of. of cl. 2m. D0D 


5 36 


6 24 


2 n 


i0 35 


6 


7 


7*s ri. 9 o'cl. D high. 


5 38 


6 22 


3 U 


11 32, 


7 


E 


14th aft. Trim Perha/is 


5 39 


6 21 


4 If 


worn. 


t 


2 


Natiy. B. V. M. rain 


5 4C 


6 20 


5 IS 


42 


I 




3) Perigee. Varlabh 


5 42 


6 18 


6 K 


1 53 


10 


4 jCommenc. N. Haven. 


5 43 


6 17 


7 7 


3 9 


11 


5 weather these day* 


5 44 


6 16 


8 


4 25 


12 


6 i <5 O J) Tides swell. 


5 46 


6 14 


8 5( 


j) sets 


13 


7 5 sta. ^ sets 11 o'cl. 


5 47 


6 13 


9 5( 


6 33, 


14 


fvl5lh aft. Trim Bain 


5 49 


6 11 


10 45 


7 7 


15 


2 Days short'd 2h. 40 m 


5 50 


6 10 


11 3e 


7 42 


If 


3 


Pleasant. 


5 51 


6 9 


aft. 30 


8 25 


17 


4 


7*s rise 8h. 23m. 


5 53:6 7 


1 25 


9 8 


IS 


5 


J) low. ilfo;^ 


5 54 


6 6 


2 18 


9 31 


If 


6 


6 2J.J) □ © 3 rem. 


5 55 


6 5 


3 11 


10 55 


20 


7 


5 gr. elong. Pleasant. 


5 57 


6 3 


4 1 


11 47 


21 


E 


16th aft. Tr. St. Mat. 


5 58 


6 2 


4 49 


Aorn. 


22 


2 


Cloudy and rain. 


5 59 


6 1 


5 3^ 


39 


23 


3 


© ent. =2= Ih. 27m. aft. 


a 1 


5 59 


6 19 


1 45 


24 


4 


j) Apogee. O G % 


6 2 


5 58 


7 2 


2 52 


25 


5 


7's ri. 7h. 55m. 


6 4 


5 56 


7 44 3 52 


26 


5 


Q %st of clock 9m. 


6 5 


5 55 


8 26 4 53 


27 


7 


$0)9 Pleasant 6 7 


5 53 


9 8 prise 


28 


fc 


i7th aft. Tr. weather. 6 8 


5 52 


9 53 5 59 


29 


2 


ifom 25 near, 6 9 


5 5i 


10 40 6 37 


30 


3 


7*9 rise 7h. S7min. *6 1 1 


5 494 1 30J 7 13 



JB 



OCTOBER hath 31 davs. 


Lcift qu. 5d. ^h inn- mo. 
New mo. tt-'. yh 301. m. 


Firft qu. 19?). /,h 53m 
Full mo. 27d. 6b 57m 


mo 
mo 


MlVTj Calendar., fee. |rv)n.j(^s.|h.sca.|r. 


>sj 



i 


!j 


v' 


S i 


/ 


7 


* 


Jl\ 


7 


3 


£ 


1 


i 


5 


If 


S 


j 


n 



14 



e6^ £ 2/ s. iOh. 2n) 
j) high. Pleasant 

\Q fast of clock 11m. 

Pleasant 
18th aft. Trin. a© 2 
Pleasant 
3) perigee. £F//z^ : 

te#ri 
nv cat her* 
7*s rise 7 o'clock. 
o0D Tides swell. 
;l9th after Trinity. 

Days shortened 4h. 

Pleasan 

5 low. vjeuther . 

St. Luke. com<?«< 

20th aft Tr. D © 5 

6 © $ ram. 
Ston. Bap. Ass. 3 Ap 

/Vzir weather 
O ent.«t 9h. 32m. aft 
Pleasant 
\6Qh 7*sriseG o'cl 
»l«t aft. Trin. Windy. 
1 8 Q ® &•«? wca'hc 
jSt. Simon asd Jude. 

near these days. 
!© fast of clock 16m. 
' D hteh- Lawry 



5 48 mora 

5 47 23 



5 45 
5 44 

541; 

5 10 
5 39. 
5 37> 
5 36] 
5 34' 8 
5 33J 9 



532 4 10 2< 
5 30.11 2C 
5 29*afc. 15 
1 £ 



4 2^ 

5 5 



5 28; 

5 26', 

52 

524 

522 

521 

5 20 

518 

5 17J 
44 5 16J 
45J5 15] 8 4 1 
4715 13 9 30 
48:5 12*10 2: 
49 ; 5 1111 U 



51% 9 
i52*5 8 



morn 
15 



"NOVEMBER ha<h 30 <i»ys. 



Lafc q 11.3d. I oh. 41m. ma. 
TerwiBtt. iod. 6h. 54m. m 



1.7 IA11 Saints. ~* |p 1 jf 

2 E 2 2d after Trinity. 

3 2 □©> A spell cj 
4,3 'J perigee. pretty 
5'A J £*<90<i weather 
6 5 ;0 fast of clock 1 6m. 
7J6 |7*s south at midnight. 
sir ] jj&r jybygmber, 
9\T<,^3d after Trinity. 

j 6 D 7&& 

comes rainy 
1 2J4 " 



I 

Firftcju. i8d- 2b. 33m. mo a 

Full mo. 23d 9',. 14m. mo J 



IW-'-i,^: 



.#s 



653 

5 5-: 

5: 

6 5 7^ 
658 
65S 

7 
7 1 



h>7 
17fe. 



D low. Icwry7 6 

65/]) ^-G.7h. 47mr rr 

weather, several 7 8 
day s. 7 
24th after Trinity. £ 10 

|> Apogee. 7 II 

§[3 ;D0) Pleasant. 7 1 

19(4 |Days sliortM 5h, 26mJ7 15 

is - « J x 

giro j £<? expect ed.fl 15 4 

P2|7 ent / 5h. 52m. aft. 7 16 t 
23JE 25th after Trinity. j7 17 1 
■2 Cool weather, 718*4 

;3Jc?0^ Tides sweiijr 194 
$m J J high. ^P7/ t ^z/.|r 19J4 

"7b 7 *s south 1 Ih. 16m; " J7 2uJ4 
28[5 I Cold and blunter in;?}" 2 \U 
p|7 ©fiet; ll m . [> pe'r^22J4 
30jEj Advent, sund. S&Ahdif722l4 





59 
58 
55 
55 
54 
5 3 
52 
51 
50 
49 
48 
47 



4 


48 


5 


39j 


6 


29 


7 


20 


8 


i 9 


9 


<' 


10 


3 


10 


57 


11 


51 


aft 


42 


} 


30 


2 


16 


' 2 


59' 


i 

\ 3 


41 


I k 


O cy 



46 5 
45 5 



I3 j 9 44; 

10*10 521 

4 'morn . 

57f 4 

1 15 

2 27 

3 3 9 

4 39 

5 37 
> sets 

: 5 47 

6 42] 

7 37J 

8 37 

9 38 

10 38 

11 38 
morn. 

22> 36 
3! 1 3 4 



-i J 

SO 



2 32 

3 3 11 

4 34 



3'Qlfl 





4j I riser 
2 5 21J 

1 6 171 

59! 7 14 

cn. 8 03 

55^ 9 5}] 



DECK VI g£ K h«th 31 mv^. 


I.ait q n. 2a. 5b. 57m. ait. 


Firit qu. il a. 1 in 44m. ai. 


>Jer* m-v 9 !, 9h 37m. aft. 


Full mo. 256. ioh. i%m. m 


.iiviiW! » iviuidar. fee. |@ri.|@s. jF.*eah'. #*• 


a 


ii 'Ucj 0. i&O t 7*sso. 


7 25 


4 37 


1 49 


11 6 


C 


J 


$ gr.el. □ O > [ 1 ] o'cl. 


7 24 


L 36 


2 40 


morn. 





i 


Some filbamni] 


7 24 


t 36 


3 40 


22 


-1 


5 


2) fast cf clock 9m. 


7 25 


t 35 


4 49 


" 1 26 


« 


5 


nve#ib&T) then 


7 2: 


i S5 


5 8 


2 30 


6 


r 


S11GW. 


7 2C 


1 34 


5 5S 


3 39 




t 


2d in Advent. 


7 2fi 


; 34 


6 50 


4 48 


O 


3 Iponcfcp. V. M. 


7 27 


l 33 


7 44 


5 5o 


Pi 


3 i 


3 eclipsed. 6 © ]) 


7 27i4 33 


8 38 


]> sets 


10 


4 


J low, CW7 28;4 32 


9 31 


5 19 


11 


^ 
5 


$ stationary. wm^wgsU 32 


10 23 


i 6 17 


12 


s 


tt-ar if^is ^7/z^.|7 2-8 


4 32 


11 13 


7 15 


[ \Z 


7 


J) A pog. Co/:/ a' windy* 7 29 


4 31 


11*59 


8 10 


! 1 4 


V 


>d in Advent. 


7 29 


4 3 1 


aft. 44 


9 16 


|5 


2 


7*s south 10 o'clock. 


7 29 


4 31 


1 26 


10 14 


Ui 


3 


•3 fast of clock 3m. 


7 29 


4 3 1 


2 6 


11 12 


! : '< 


i 


Q0) JVczv look out 


7 30 


4 30 


2 47 


morn. 


' 1 8 


5 


■Jays shortened oh. 


7 3( 


4 30 


3 28 


10 


Fj-9 


5 


2/ sets 5h; 49m. for 


rso 


4 30 


4 10 


1 9 


JO 


7 


6 © <jf snow or rain. 


7 30 


4 30 


4 56 


2 1C 


£l 


jc, 


4 th stnad. in Advent. 


7 30 


4 30 


5 44 


3 11 


La 





St.Tho. 0ent. Itf 6h, 


7 30 


4 30 


6 37 


4 12 


tas 


CVd weather. [ 1 8m .m . 


7 30 


I 30 


7 33 


5 13 


k\ 4 


j)bigh. Rain or snovj. 


7 30 


4 30 


3 22 


6 14 


h»s 


Christmas. ^0® 


7 29 


4 31 


9 22 


D rifct 


366 

R7i? 


St. Stephen. Full tides. 


7 29 


4 31 


10 31 


6 8 


J perigee. St. John. 


729 


4 31 


11 28 


7 27 


B&E 


7*sso. 9o'cl. 6©9 


7 29 


4 31 


morn. 


8 37 


P¥ 


Innocents. Cold. 


7 29 


4 31 


22 


9 48 


I30J3 


Pleasant for winter. 


7 28 


4 3f3 


1 13 


11 


31 


k 


Sylvester. Adieu 1 


728 


4 32 


2 3 


mom, 



TABLE, 

IN which (he different Currencies, throughout 
the United States, from one farthing to a thou/and 
founds, are reduced to an equivalent value in 
Dollar s, Cents, and Mills* 

g^T Note, 10 Mills make one Cent, ioo Cents, one 
Dollar. 





AT. Engl. 


lY. ?Vi 


{ N.Jerfey. 




&C.&C. 


&c.&c. 


®c.@c 


£■ 


Dells. Ct 


Dolls. Ct. 


DoUs. Ct. 


1 


3>33l«" 


2,JO 


2,661 


2 


6.66§ 


Sifeo 


5,335" 


3 


30,00 


7»50 


8,00 


4 


I 3'333 


|0,00 


io,66f 


S 


i6,66§ 


12,50 


13,333 


6 


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MONIES OF ACCOUNT, 

In England. 
4 Farthings (qrs.) make 1 Penny, d. 

32 Pence 1 Shilling, s. 

20 Shillings 1 Pound, /. 

A pound is— S>4,44 4-9 Cents. 



In France. 
12 Denies make 1 Sol. 

20 Sols 1 Livre or Frank. 

A Livre or Frank is — - 18$ Cents, 



in Holland. 
16- Phenrnngsirr. !;■■-• 1 SUveft 
20 Stmts ■- -*— 1 Guilder.- 
A Guilder is— 39 Cents* 



In If/, vitro* 
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12 Sol-lubs — 1 Mark Banco* 
A Mark i ™33^ Cents. 



In Portugal 

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S* Marvadives of plate make 1 Rial cf i/Iate* 

8 Rials of pijite —• - 1 Piastre; 

A Piastre is— 80 Ccnts^ 
■A Rial —"0 Cents, 

In Venice* 
12 Denari nv ke 1 Soldi. 
124 Soldi - — 1 Ducat Banco. 
A Ducat Banco is — 93 Cents, 



In Russia. 
100 Copses make 1 Ruble. 

ALSO, 

20 Moscosques make 1 Grive. 

10 Grives 1 Ruble. 

A Ruble is— SI- 



In Poland and Prussia* 
18 Renins make 1 Gros. 
SO Gros -— — 1 Florin. 
$ Florius make 1 Rix Dollar.— A Rix Dollar Is jgl. 

In Sweden* 
$2 Ortsmake 1 Copper Dollar. 
A Copper Dollar i»> — 1 !■§ Ceat*; 



TABLE OF RATEABLE POLLS AND ES~ 
TATES FOR CONNECTICUT. 



POLLS from 21 to TO years of age, at g60 

Foils from 18 to 21 years of age, at 30 

Oxen and Bolls foar years old, at 10 

Cows, Steers, Hieters and Bulls, 3 years old, at 7 
Steers, Hiefcrs, and Bulls, of 2 years old, at 3 34 

Stallions or seed Horses, more than % years old, 67 
Covering Jacks,' 34 

Horse lyiid of three years old, at 10 

Horse kind of two years old, at 7 

Horse kind of one year old, at 3 34 

Mules of three years old, and upwards, 1 

Mules, 2 years 'old, 7 

Mules, 1 year old, 3 34 

| A ores of Plowland, at 1 67 

Acres of Upland,Mowing and clear Pasture, at 1 34 
Acres of Boggy Meadow, mowed, at 34 

Acres of Boggy Meadow, not mowed, at 0. 34 

Acres of Meadow land, in Hartford county and 

Middlesex, at 2 50 

Acres of other Meadow-land, at 1 17 

Acres of Bush-Pasture, at 34 

k Acres of uninclosed land,first rate, at 34 

Acresof uninclosed land, second rate, at 17 

Acresof uninclosed land, third rate, at 9 

Coaches, at 168 

Chariots, 134 

Photons, 1 GO 

Coachees, 75 

Curricles, 68 

Chaise's, Chairs or other two wheel carnn^es — fifteen, 
twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, or sixty dollars, accor- 
ding to their value. 
Four wheeled carriages on springs, not before men- 
tioned, §30 
Clocks, with steel or brass wheels, and ottrer 
time-pieces, regulated by a pendulum, §20 



Ditto, with wooden wheels, § T 

Watches, gold 34 

Other Watches, at 10 

Ounces of Silver Plate, at 1 dollar and 11 cents 

per ounce, at 6 per cent. 
Money en interest, at 6 per cent. 
Stores and Warehouses of one story, 13 

Do. do. two stories, 20 

Do, do. three stories, SO 

Attornies, from g75 to 300 

Physicians and Surgeons, 34 to 200 

Traders, from 40 to 300 

Mechanics, from 10 to 200 

Tavern-keepers, from 20 to 200 

Dwelling-houses, 5 dollars for each fire-place there* 

in, used or not used. 
Stock in any Bank, at g3 for every glOO. 

N. B. The Poll of each non-commissioned officer 
and private of the militia, is exempted froni taxation ; 
provided he produces a certificate from the com- 
manding officer of the company to which he belongs, 
on or before the 10th of September, annually, that 
he is equipped according to law, and dressed in uni- 
form—and has performed military duty according to 
law, except when prevented by some reasonable 
cause. 

The Listers may abate for old or decayed houses, 
one fourth, one half, or three fourths of the sum at 
which they are put in the list. 

Stock owned in Banks out of this state, is not put in 
the list when taxed in the State in which such Banfc. 
is kept. 

Attornies, Physicians, Surgeons and Mechanics, 
are exempted from assessment for 4wo years from 
the time they commence business. 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER. 

DUTIES. 



Articles en which Duties are payable ct their im* 

portatim into the United States, with Bates 

of Impost ; alphabetically arranged* 

ARMS, fire and side, not oth- 
erwise enumerated, or parts 
thereof, \7\fier cent advaU 

Apparatus, philosophical, espe- 
cially imported for any semi* 

nary of learning, free. 

Ale, beer and porter, in casks or 

bottles, 8 cents fter gallon* 

Almonds, 2 cents per lb % 

Artificial flowers, feathers, and 

other ornament* for women*' 

head-dresses, 17\ ditto. 

Anniseed, \7\ ditto. 

Anchors, 15 ditto. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, 

product, or manufacture of the 

\J. States, spirits excepted, free. 
Brass teutenage and wire, free, 

« iron or steel locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils, and vices 15 ditt*. 

—all other manufactures of 17 i ditto. 
Balls and Balsams, (see powders, 

pastes, Sec) * 17% ditto. 

Beer, ale or porter, in casks or 

bottles, | cents per gaiU:-:* 

Bricks and tiles, 17\ ditto. 

Bonnets, hats, and caps, cf every 

kind, 17 i ditto. 

Boots, 75 cents per pair. 

JBooks, blank 15 per cent advuU 

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26 

Books of persons who come to re- 
side in the United States, free, 
Buttons of every kind, 1~| per cent advaU 

Buckles, shoe and knee, 17£ ditto. 

Brushes, 15 ditto, 

bullion, free. 

Burgundy wine, 45 cents ger gallon. 

Cannon cf grass, 17| per cent adval. 

Carriages* or parts of carriages, 22£ ditto. 
Cards, playing, 25 cents per pack. 

•*» wool and cotton, 50 cents per dozen* 

Cables and tarred cordage, 2 cents per lb. 

Cabinet wares, 17\ per cent ad val. 

Caps, hats, and bonnets, of eve- 
ry kind, \7\ ditto. 
Carpets and carpeting, 1FJ ditto. 
Cartridge paper, 17 \ ditto. 
Candles of tallow, 2 cents per lb. 

of wax or spermaceti, 6 ditto. 

Champaign wine, 45 cents per gallon* 

Cassia, China 4 cents per p$und* 

Capers, 17 \ per cent ad vah 

Canes, walking sticks and whips,15 ditto. 

Cambricks, 15 ditto. 

Cheese, 7 cents per pound, 

China ware, \7\ per cent ad zwL 

Comfits, 17% ditto, 

Chint7xs and colored calicoes or 
muslins, and all printed, stain- 
■ eel or colored goods, or manu- 
factures of cotton, of linen, or 
of both, or of which cotton or 
linen is the material of chief 
value, IS ditto. 

Cinnamon and cloves, 20 cents per pound. 

Cocoa, 2 cents per pound. 

Chocolate, 3 ditto. 

Cl-igs and goloshoes (see shoes,) 17^ cents fier pair. 
Ccixlage tarred, 2 cents per pound. 



*7 

■ untarred, *h ditto. 

Cosmetics, 17% per ant advaU 

Coal, - 5 cents fier bushel* 

Colors (see painters'), 

Copper manufactures, 1 7\ fier cent ad raL 

Copper in plates, pigs and bars, free. 
Currants, 2 cents fier pound* 

Compositions for the teeth and 

gums, (see dentrifices), 11^ fier cent advaL 

Coffee, . 5 cents fier ftound. 

Cotton, 3 ditto. 

Cotton or linen manufactures, or 
of both, or of which cotton oi- 
lmen is the material of chief 
value, being printed, stained or 
colored,or cotton manufactures 
not printed,stained, or colored, IS percent ad vol* 
Clocks and watches, or parts of 

either, 17$ ditto. 

Coaches, chariots, chairs, phac- 
tons,chaises,sok>s,or ether car- 
riages, or parts of cither, 25 J. ditto, 
Cloathing, ready made, 15 ditto, 

.Clothes, books, household furni- 
ture, and the tools or imple- 
ments of the trade or profes- 
sions of persons who come to 
reside in the United States, free. 
Cutlasses, or parts thereof, 17$ per cent ad vol* 
Dates and figs, I7| ditto, 

Dentrifice powders, tincture*, 
preparations and com positions, 
for the teeth and gums, \7\ ditto, 

Dolls, dressed or undressed, 17£ ditto. 
Drugs, medicinal, except those 

commonly used lor dying, 17 j ditto. 
*— • and woods for dying) free. 

Earthen and stone wares, 15 £fler cent ad vat* 

Essences, (see powders, pastes, 
*c.) 174 ditto. 



;f 2$ 

Fans, or parts thereof, 17 J ditto. 

Fayal wine, 28 cents fur gallon* 

Feathers, and other ornaments 
for women's head dresses, 17% per cent ad vaU 

Fringes commonly used by up- 
holsters, coachmakers, and 

^saddlers, . x 17£ ditto. 

Figs, 2 cents per pound. 

Fish, foreign dried, 50 cents per quintal. 

-< — Salmon, 100 cents per barrel. 

Mackerel, 60 ditto. 

4 — other pickled, 40 ditto. 

Flowers artificial, 17| per cent ad vol. 

Floor cloths and mats, or^parts of 

either, 17f ditto. 

Fruits of all kinds, 17§ ditto. 

Furs of every kind, undressed, free. 

Glass— -black quart bottles, 60 cents per grcce* 

window, not above 8 inches 

by 10, 160cts.perl00sq*ft. 

— 10 by 12, 175 ditto. 

~- — all above 10 — — by 1 2, 2-25 ditto. 

all other glass and manufac- 
tures thereof, 22J fier cent ad val* 

Glauber Salts, 2'00 cents per cwt. 

Gauzes, 15 per cent ad val. 

Geneva, (see spirits,) 

Ginger, 17| ditto. 

Girandoles, cr parts thereof, 2*£ ditto. 

Gcloshoes (see shoe*,) 15 cents per pair. 

Gloves and mittens, of every 
kind, 17\ per cent ad vaj> 

Gold, silver, and plated ware, 17£ ditto. 

Gold and silver lace, 17 £ ditto. 

Goods, waresj and merchandize, 
imported directly from China, 
or India, in ships or vessels not 
of the IJnited States, except 
teas, China ware, and all other 
article* liable to higher rates of 



*9 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, 
intended to be re-exported to 
a foreign port or place in the 
same ship or vessel in which 
they shall be imported,— and all 
articles of the growth, product, 
or manufacture of the U. States, 
spirits excepted, free. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, 
not herein otherwise particu- 
larly enumerated and describ- 
ed, ■ 15 per cent ad veil. 

Glue, 4 c tuts per pound. 

Gunpowder, 4 ditto. 

Hangers, or parts thereof, 17| per cent ad vaL 

Hai r powder, 4 cents per poun d. 

Hats, caps, and bonnets of eve ry 

kind, Vl\ ditto. 

Kemp,- 100 cents per lb* 

Hides, raw, free. 

Household furniture of persons 
who come to reside in the U. 
States. free. 

Implements of the trade or pro- 
fession of persons who come 

* to reside in the U. States. free. 

Indigo, 25 cents per lb* 

Iron wire, free* 

— — slit and hoop, 1 cent per pound. 

— steel or brass locks, hinges, 
hoes, anvils, and vises, 15 per cent ad vai» 

— • cast, or rolled, and all 
manufacturers of iron, steel, 
or brass, or of which either of 
these metals is the article of 
chief value, not being other- 
wise particularly enumerated, 1~| ditto. 

Jewelery and paste work, 17\ ditto. 

Lace of gol4 jukJ silver, ir| gitte* 

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Laces and lawns, 15 Jicr eenl ad val\ 

Laces, lines, fringes, tassels, and 
trimmings commonly used by 
upholsters, coach-makers, and 
saddlers, \7\ ditto. 

Lampblack, 15 ditto. 

Lapis Calaminaries, free* 

Leather, tanned and tawed, and 
all manufactures of leather, 
or of which leather is the arti- 
cle of chief value, not other- 
wise particularly enumerated, iTf-jfer €tn§ advah 

Lead and musket bail, I cent per fiauni* 

*~ — all ether manufactures of 
lead, or in which lead is the 
chief article, 1 cent fter fionnth 

Lemons and limes, 17^/ier cent ad vaL 

Lime, foreign, 50 cents per cask of 

' 60 gaUc7i& % 

Linnenor cotton ^ahUftctures,ov 
of both, or of which cotton or 
linen is the material of chief 
value, being printed, stained, 
or coloured, or cotton manu- 
factures, not printed, stained, 
or coloured, IS ditto. 

Linen manufactures, or of which 
linen is the chief article of va- 
luf*, not printed, stained, or 
coloured, 15 ditto. 

Lisbon and Oporto Wines, SO cents fier gallon,, 

Looking glasses,*)? parts thereof, 22i fier cent ad vol* 

Manufactures of tin, pewter, and 
copper, not otherwise particu- 
larly enumerated, 17& ditto. 

__ of iron, steel, or brass, 

not otherwise particularly e- 
numerated, 17| ditto. 

* — of leather, not other- 

wics particularly enjjgac jgted, 1?J #tto» 



3i 

3p lead, net otkerwite 



particularly enumerated, 1 cent per pound* 

• of cotton or linen, or of 



both, printed, stained, or col- 
oured, or of cotton not printed, 
stained, or coloured, 15 per cent ad vaU 

of linen, not printed, 



stained or coloured, 15 ditto* 

of glass, (see glass) 

of 'tobacco, (see snuff 

and tobacco) 
— « — of wood, (see cabinet 

wares and wood) 

tex ■'.' — of the United States, ^ 

spirits excepted, free. 

Mats and floor cloths, or parts 

of either, 17 J her cent advah 

Malt, 10 cents per bushel* 

Marble, slate, and other stone, 

bricks, tiles, tables, mortars, 

and other utensils of marble or 

slate, and generally all stone 

and earthen ware, ^ 17$ /;c? x ccntadvah 

Madeira wines (see wines) 

Malaga wine, 28 cents per gallon* 

Mace, 125 cents per pound* 

Medicinal drugs, except those 

commonly used in dying, 17-hper cent ad va& 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, 

imported directly from China 

or India, in ships or vessels not 

of the United States, excepV 

teas, China ware, and all other 

articles liable to higher rates 

of duties, IS ditto. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares 

intended to be re-exported to 

a foreign port or place in the 

same ship or ye&sel in which 



3 2 

they shall be imported— and 
all the articles of the growth, 
product or manufacture of the 
U. States, spirits excepted, free. 

Merchandize, goods and wareR, 
not herein otherwise particu- 
larly enumerated and describ- 
ed, 15 per cent adval\ 

Mittens and gloves, of every 

kind, 17£ ditto. ! 

Millinery ready made, 17% ditto. 

Molasses, 5 cents per gallon ♦ I 

Muskets and firelocks with bay- 
onets fitted to the same, and 
musket ball, or parts of either, 17 J percent advaU 

Muskets and firelocks without 
bayonets, or parts of either, 17\ ditto. 

Mustard in flour, 17% ditto. 

Muslins or muslinets, whether 
printed, stained, coloured, or 
otherwise, 15 ditto. 

Nails, 2 cents fier pound. 

Nankeens, 15 per cent ad -vaL 

50 cents per pound. 



for women's head 



Nutmegs, 
Oranges, 
Ornaments 

dresses, 
Ointments, oils, and odours, (see 

powders, pastes, Sec.) 
Olives, 
Oil, 

Ochre, dry yellow, 
Oporto and Lisbon wine, 
Paper Hangings, 

— writing and wrapping, 

— sheathing and cartridge 
Painters' colours, whether dry 

or ground in oil, except those 
commonly used in dying* net 



17h 



ditto. 



17i ditto. 

17\ ditto. 
1T\ ditto. 
17£ ditto. 
1 cent per pound. 
30 cc ?Us /*£T gallon* 
17 4 per cent advaU 
15 ditto. 

17£ ditto. 



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otherwise particularly enume 

rated, 
(Pack thread and twine, 
(Pasteboards, parchment, or vel 

lum, 
(Paste work and jewellery, 
Whcctons, or parts thereof, 
Plaster of Paris, 
Pewter, plates and dishes, 
old, 



ITi ditto. 
400 cents per cwf* 

15 fler cent ad vah 
17£ ditto. 
22 J ditto. 

free. 

4 cents ficr found. 

free. 

6 cents fier pound* 
17 £ per cent ad veil. 
17J ^ itt0 - 
15 ditto. 

4 cents per pQund* 
15 per cent ad vah 



Pepper, 

Perfumes, 

Pistols, or parts thereof. 

Pictures and prints, 

Pimento, 

Printing types, 

Pickles of all sorts, irj ditto. 

Printed, stained, or coloured 
goods, or manufactures of cot- 
ton or of linen, or of both, 15 ditto. 

Porter, beer, or ale, in casks or 
bottles, 8 cents per gallon. 

Powder for hair, 4 cents per pmnd. 

gun powder, 15 per cent ad vai. 

Powders, pastes, balls, balsams, 
ointments, oils, waters, washe*, 
tinctures, essences, or other 
preparations or compositions, 
commonly called sweet scents, 
odeurs, perfumes, or cosmetics, 
and all powders or prepara- 
tions for the teeth or gums, 17 £ ditto. 



Plumbs and prunes, 

Quick Silver, 

Raisins, in jars and boxes, 

, Muscadel, 

, ail other kinds, 

Red, and white, Lead, 

Salt, weighing more than fifty-six 



2 cents per pound* 



6 
2 
% 

** 

2 



ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 



pounds per bushel, 



22£ cents per 56 It. 



84 

-weighing fifty-six poundsper 
bushel, or less, 25§ cents per biufn\ 

Salts, gl^uber, 200 cents per cwt. 

Stained, printed, or coloured 

grods,or manufactures of linen, 15 per cent ad va\ 

free. 
40 cents per gallofl 
2$? per thousand 
3 cents ficr pGiind\ 
ISfiir cent ad vat 
17£ ditto. 
15 ditto. 



Salt pctre, 

St, Lucar wines, 

Segars, 

Starchy 

Sail cloth, 

Slate, stone, 2nd stone ware, 

Saddles, or parts thereof, 

Satins, and other wrought silks, 15 ditto. 

Steel, 100 cents per cult* 

Steel, iron, or brasslocks, hinges, 
hoes, anvils, and vises, 15 per cent ad vaU 

— - all other manufactures of 

steel, 17 J ditto. 

Sheathing and cartridge paper, J71 ditto, 

Sherry wine, 

Sea stores of ships or vessels, 

Spermaceti candies, 

Spanish Brown, 

Sweet Scents, (see powders, pastes 

Sec.) 17$ per cent adval* 

Spirits distilled in foreign coun- 
tries, viz. 

Grainy 



40 cents per gallon. 
free. 

6 cents per pound* 
1 ditto. 



From 
First proof, 
Second proof, 
Third proof. 
Fourth proof, 
Fifth proef, 
Sixth pr«of, 

From other materials 
First proef, 
Second proof, 
Third proof, 
Fourth prooj^ 



28 cents per gallon. 



29 
Gl 
34 

40 
50 



25 
$2 



ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 

ditto. 
ditto, 

ditto. 



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Fifth proof,- 38 cent*, per gal. 

Sixth proof, 46 ditto, 

])irits distilled iri the U. States, 

imported in the same ship or 

vessel in which they had been 

previously exported from the 

United State-,, viz. a ry.A pQQA 

Fro m Molasses. X **X I J v J %J I. f 

First proof, 15 ditto* 

Second proof, 1$ ditto. 

Third proof, 17 ditto* 

Fourth proof, 19 ditto. 

Fifth proof, 23 . ditto. 

Sixth proof, 30 ditto, 

\from materials of the gro'itfk 
avd produce of the U. Slates, 

First proof, 7 ditto. 

Second proof, ' 8 ditto* 

Third proof, 9 duto. 

Fourth proof, 11 ditto. 

Fifth proof, 13 ditto. 

Sixth proof, 18 ditto. 

Spikes, 1 cent per pound. 

Silver and plated ware, 17£ per centadvaL 

« lace, X7\ ditto. 

Skins, raw, free. 

Seins, 4 cents per jicund. 

Shoes and slippers of silk, 25 cents per fiah\ 

>— , I£id and 'Morocco, 15 ditto, 

— other shoes and slippers for 

men and women, clogs or golc* 

shoes, 15 • ditto, 

* other shoes and slippers for 

children, 10 * ditto. 

Swords or cutlasses, or parts of 

either, 1 7* per cent ad val. 

Stockings, \i\ dittp. 

St^ne and eirthea ware, \7\ ditto. 

Soap, 2 cents fu r pound. 



3<3 

Solos and other carriages, or 

parts thereof, 22£ per cent ad va 

Sulphur, / free. 

Sugars, brown 2| cents per poum 

, white clayed 3 ditto. 

— — , do. powdered, 3 ditto. 

■ , all other clayed or pow- 
dered 2| ditto. 

— , lump 6| ditto. 



-, loaf 9 ditto, 

other refined 6| ditto. 



Sugar Candy, llg ditto. 

Snuff, 22 cents per pounc 

Tassels and trimmings, common- 
ly used by upholsterers, coach- 
makers and saddlers, 17\per cent advcn 

Tables of marble, slate and other 
stone, or parts thereof, 17 \ ditto. 

Tallow Candles, 2 cents per pound 

Teas, from China and India* 

, Bohea 1.3 ditto. 

, souchong and other black 18 ditto. 

— — , hyson, imperial, gunpowder 
or gomee 32 ditto. 

« , other green teas 22J ditto. 

From Europe* 

— — , bohea 14 ditto. 

— , souchong and other black 21 ditto. 

«— — , hyson, imperial .gunpowder 

or gomee 40 ditto. 

— — , other green teas 24 ditto. 

From any other place. 

— — , bohea ' 17 ditto. 

, souchong 27 ditto. 

, hyson, imperial, gunpowder 

or gomee 50 ditto. 

, other green teas 5© ditto. 

Teneriffe wine, 28 cents per gallon; 

Twine and packthread, 4 00 caH+p cr cwt. 



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Tin manufactures, 17\per cent ad vaU 

in pigs and plates, tree. 

Tinctures, (see powders, pastes, 

&c.) 17k per cent ad vah 

Tiles and bricks, VI k ditto. 

Toys not otherwise enumerated, 15 ditto. 
Tobacco manufactured, (other 

than snuff. ) 10 cents per pound. 

Tools of the trade or profession 

of persons who come to reside 

in the United States, free. 

Types for printing, 15 per cent ad vali 

Velvets and relverets, 15 ditto, 

Wares of tin, pewter, and cop- 

per,not otherwise enumerated, 1 7\ ditto, 

, of earthen or st«ne, 17 \ ditto. 

- — , China, 17J ditto. 

— , gold, silver, and plated, iff ditto, 
» ■■ ' , goods and merchandize,im~ 

f>orted directly from China, or 
ndra, in ships or vessels not of 

the United States, except teas, 

China ware, and all other arti«- 

cles liable to higher rates of 

duties, 15 ditts, 

»» ' , goods, and merchandize, of 

the growth, produce, or mamii- 

facture of the United States, 

(spirits excepted) free. 

Waters, 17\ per cent ad val. 

Waters and washes, (see pow- 
ders, pastes, Sec.) 17 k ditto. 
Walking-sticks, whips & canes, 15 ditto. 
Wax candles, * Scents per lb. 
Watches and clocks, or parts of 

either, 17{ per cent «dvaL 

Wines, in casks, bottles, etnd other vessels. 
• — -, Malmsey, Madeira, and 

I-ondon particular Madeira, 58 cents per gallon* 



3« 

— all other Madeira wine, 50 cents fier galh% 
- — Burgundy, Champaign ,Rhe- 

nish and Tokay wines, 45 ditto, 

— — Sherry £c St. Lucar wines, 40 ditto, 

Claret, and other wines not 

enumerated, when imported in 

bottles or cases, 35 ditto, 

Lisbon, Oporto, and other 

Portugal wines, 30 ditto, 

Sicily, 30 ditte. 

«« — Teneriffe, Malaga, Fayal, 
St. George, and other western 
island wines, 28 ditto, 

— all othef wines, when im- 
ported otherwise than in bot- 
tles or cases, 23 ditto. 

Window glass, (see- glass) 

Wire of brass and iron, free. 

Wool and cotton cards, 50 cents fier dozen. 

Wool unmanufactured, free. 

Wood unmanufactured, free. 

Wood manufactured, (exclusive 

of cabinet wares,) 15 per cent ad vah 

Yarn untarred, 225 cents fier cwt. 

All other goods not before par- 
ticularly enumerated and des- 
cribed, 15 fier cent ad vaL 

?£> All parts of articles to be subject to the same du- 
ties as the entire article is subject to. 
Bottles in which liquors are imported pay the sam* 

duties as empty bottles. 

The following articles are free from duty. 
Rags, and Bristles, 
Regulus of Antimony. 

Un wrought clay, and unwrought burr stones. 
Bark of the cork tree. 

Philosophical apparatus, especially imported for airy 
. seminary of learning. 



§9 

Articles of all kinds, of the growth, product, or man- 
ufacture of the United States. 

Copper, in plates, pigs and bars. 

Clothes, books, household furniture, and the tools or 
implements of the trade or professions of persons 
who come to reside in the United States, 

Drugs and woods for dying* 

Furs of every kind undressed. 

Goods, ware* and merchandize, intended to be e:> 
ported in the same vessel in which they shall be 
imported. 

Raw hides, and iron ware* 

Lapis Calaminaris, and Plaister of Partis. 
•Old pewter and tin, in pigs and plates* 

Wire of brass and iron. 

Wood and wool unmanufactured. 

T OjYNJCx E, 

By Act of Cengress, approved 2d of March, 1799, to 
be paid at the time ef entering the vessel, and be* 
fore any permit shall be granted for unloading an J" 
part of the cargo, at the following rates : 

On all shifts or vessels entering from any foreign 
fiort or place. Cts. per t$r. 

Ships or vessels of the United States, 6 

- built within the United States af- 
ter the 20th July, 1789, but belonging wholly 
or in part to foreign powers, duly recorded, 30 

On other ships or vessels, - 5$ 

Vessels of the United States employed in the 
coasting trade or fisheries, duly licensed, per 
annum, 6 

Vesselsof the United States, (other than licenced") 
taking in merehanuize in a district in on- 
state, to be delivered in a district in another 
state, other than an adjoining state on the sea- 
coast, or a navigable river, 6 

Other shfos or vessels, taking in merchandize, 
to be delivered in another district, 50 

■fjr' Foreign vessels pay !i ;ht raop.oy at the rate of 
iO cents per ten. 



40 

• UTIES PAYABLE IV $ Ct*4 

jBbld coins of Great Britain and Portugal, of 
the standard prior to the year 1792 ; for eve- 
ry 27 grains, 1 00 
Gold coins of France, Spain, and the domin- 
ions of Spain, of the standard prior to the 
year 1792 ; for every 27 and 2 fifths grains, 1 00 
Spanish milled dollars — 17 pwt. 17 grs. 1 00 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 
Crowns of France — 18 pwt. 7 grs, 1 10 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 
Provided, That no foreign coins shall be receiva- 
ble, which are not by law a tender for the payment of 
all debts, except in consequence of a proclamation of 
the President of the United States, authorising such 
foreign coins to be received in payment of the duties 
and fees aforesaid. 

Rates of Coins for estimating Duties* 
Pound sterling of Great Britain, - - g 4 44 
Livre Tournois-of France - - - - 18 
Florin or Guilder of the United Netherlands, 40| 
Mark Banco of Hamburgh, - - - Q 33$ 

Rix Dollar of Denmark, - - - - 1 00 
ftyal Plate of Spain, - - - - -0 10 

— Viillon of do. 05 

Millree of Portugal, 1 24 

Pound Burling of Ireland, - - - 4 10 

l\iie ofCVina, - - - - - -148 

Pagoda of India, 1 91 

Rupee of Bengal, ----- 55£ 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as 
may be, to the said rates, or the intrinsic value there- 
of, compared with the money o,f the United States. 
Provided, That it shall be lawful for the President of 
'.ho United States to cause to be established fit and 
proper regulations for estimating the duties on goods, 
wares and merchandise, imported into the united 
SotteS; :a respect to which the original cost shall bo* 



4' 

y, I (Mchibited in a depreciated currency, issued and c:j? 
Ciliated under autnority of any foreign government. 
That on all goods, wares and merchandize* in>- 

J ported from the Cape of Good Hope", or beyond the 
same, (if ad valorem articles) 20 per peat to be add- 
ed to the actual cost thereof, inckrling all c.h trgdi*, 
(commissions, outsicle packages^ and ins-ara^ice ordy 
excepted) add ten per cent if from any foreign j 
before the duties are calculated. 

FE'SS OF OFFICE, 
To the Collector and Naval Officer. 
Entry of a vessel ox 100 torpor iip\y«irds, % 2 f ' 
Clearance, do. do* 2 i G> 

Entry of a vessel under 100 to:-, 1 50 

.Clearance, do. do* 1 g) 

Every post entry* - 00 

Permit to land goods, *'0 

Every bond taken oiliciallr, #0 

permit to land goods fax exportation f r 

drawback, CO 

debenture, or other efacial certificate, %Q 
bill of health, CO. 

Official document (register excepted) requir- 
ed by any person, 20 
To the Surveyor. 
Admeasuring and certifying the snne, of eve- 
ry ship or vessel of 100 tons and under, per 
ton, 01 
Admeasurement of every ship or vc3sel ; above 

100 and not exceeding ZOO "tonsj 1 50 

Above 2C0 tons, 2 CO 

For all other services en board any ship or 
vessel of 100 tons and up ward s, having on 
board goods, wares or merchandize, sub- 
ject to duty, 3 00 
For like services on board any j,hip or vessel 

of less than 100 tons, 1 50 



On all ve se-s not having onboard goedsyvvares, 
or anersJiajKlize, subject to duty, ' \ 



CCJ 



D 3 



42 

Allowances for Draft* IJ% 

Any quantity of 1 00 weight or 112 lb. 1 

above 100 and under 200 2 

•200 and under 300 % 

300 and under 4C0 4 

400 and under 180G 
1800 and upwards, 9 

Tares. Ib, 

©n every whole chest of Bohea tea, 7& 

half do. do. 36 

o iarter,do. do. 20 

chest of hyson or other green tea, c^ 
i 70 Ib# or upwards, 20 

box of other tea between 50 & fOlb. 18 
do. of 801b. 2a 

ilo, from 80 upwards, 22 

The above to include ropes, canvas, and other 
coverings. 
On alt other boxes of teas, according to the invoice 

or actual weight thereof. 

On coffee in bags, 2 per cent* 

in bales, 3 

in casks, 12 

On sugar, other than loaf sugar, in casks, 12 

in boxes, 15 

in bags or mats, 5 

On cocoa, in casks, 10 

in bags, 1 

On pimento, in catks, IS 

in bags, 3 

Oa cheese, in hampers, and baskets, 1 

in boxes, 20 

Gq candles, in boxes, 3 

On ehocotate, in boxes,. g 10 

On cotton, in bales, 2 / 

hi seroons, $ 

On Glauber salts, in casks, 8 

O.a k- ! ^o, in barrels, 12 



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On indigo, in sercor.s, ; 19 

in bags or mats, S 

On nails, in casks, 3 

On pepper, in casks, 12 

in bale?, 5 

inb?^ 31 

On sugar candy, in boxes, 10 

On segars, in boxes, 18 

On soap, in boxes, 10 

On shot, in casks, 3 

On twine, in cnsks, 12 

In bales, 3 

On all other goods, according to the in- 
voice thereof, as actual -weight. 

Allowance for leakage and breakage. 
Two per cent allowed on the guage on all Mer- 
chandize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in 
casks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter, in bot- 
tles, and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles, 
to be deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of 
breakage ; or it shall be lawful to compute the du- 
ties on the actual quantity by tale, at the option of 
the importer, at the time of entry. 

TERMS OF CREDIT. 

When the duties on ad valorem articles are less 
than §50, it must be paid immediately ; if specific, a 
deposit must be made to secure the same, which when 
ascertained, will be immediately settled. 

When the duties on goods imported (where the 
sum is payable by one person or co-partnership) shall 
amount to more than fifty dollars, the following credit 
is allowed by law, except where any^ bond on which 
the person or co-partnership entering such goods, 
•wares or merchandize, are either principal or secu- 
ritv, and which being due, remains undischarged. 

On all articles the produce of the West-Indies, (salt 
excepted) the one half in three months, and the other 
half in six months 



44 

Qa salt, in nine months. 

On Madeira, and other wines, twelve months. 

On all goods, &c. from Europe, (wines, salt and 
teas excepted) the one third in eight, one third in ten 3 
and one third in twelve months. 

On all good^, 8cc. (wines, salt aid teas excepted) 
from any other place than Europe and the West-In- 
dies, one half in six months, one fourth in nine months, 
and one fourth in twelve months. 

On teas " from China or Europe, may be deposit- 
ed at the option of the importer or importers (to be 
determined at the time of making entry the refer) ei- 
ther to secure the duties thereon, on the same terms 
and stipulations as on other g-oods warts, and mer- 
chandise imported, or to give his, her, or their bond, 
to the collector of the district where any such teas 
shall be landed, in double the amount of the duties 
thereupon, with condition for the payment of the said I 
duties, in two years from the d?.te of said bond : which 
bond shall be accepted by such collector without sure- 
ty, upon the terms following ; that is to say, The teas, 
for the duties whereof such bond shall be accepted, 
shall be deposited at the expence and risk of the im- 
porter or importers, in one or more store house or 
store houses, as the case mav require, to be agreed 
upon, &c. The said teas to be delivered upon bonsl 
being given with one or more surety or sureties, to the 
satisfaction of the collector ''if the same shall not ex- 
ceed 100 dollars, in four months ; if above 100 dollars, 
and not exceeding iOO dollars, in ^ight months ; or if 
the same shall exceed 500 dollars, in twelve months ;, 
so that the term of credit shall not extend the period 
beyond two years from the time of depositing the said 
teas ; any teas remaining after the term of two years, 
to be sold by the collector, who shall return the sur- 
plus (after paying the duties) to the owner or own- 
ers thereof." 

When the bonds given for duties shall become due, 

and aot discharged/the collector fc> prosecute wkbe/at 



I 

45 

delay ; and in case of insolvency or death, the United! 
States to be the first creditor, " and if any executor, 
administrator, assignee, or any other person, shall 
pay any debt due by the person or estate, from whom 
or tor which they are acting, previous to the debt or 
debts due to the United States being fully satistied and 
paid, shall become answerable in their %wnfiers%n 
and estate for the same, or part thereof remaining 
unsatisfied. 

Sureties on all the bonds given for duties, shall in 
cases of insolvency or death of the principal, " have 
I- and enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference 
for the recovery and receipt of said money out of 
the estate and effects of such insolvent, or deceased 
principal, as are reserved to the United States." 
i When bonis are prosecuted for the recovery of du- 
ties due to the United States, judgment to be granted 
at the return term, i: unless the defendant shall in o- 
pen court, the United States Attorney being present, 
make oath or affirmation that an error has been com- 
mitted in the liquidation of the duties demanded up- 
on such bond, specifying the errors ailedged to have 
been committed, and that the same have been notified 
in writing to the collector of the said district prior to 
the commencement of the return term aforesaid." 

On all bonds upon which suits shall be commenced, 
an interest shall be allowed at the rate of six per cent 
per annum, from the time when said bonds became 
due until the payment thereof. 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and 
bonds to be given for securing the duties, if the whole 
or part of the cargo is destined to different districts. 

Ports of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Vessel*. 

No vessel not wholly belonging to a citizen or citi- 
zens of the United States, is admitted to unload at 
any port or place except the following : 

New-Hampshire— Parts-mouth.— -Mass achu- 
setts— Portland &s ^a///<©w//j ? New-Bedford ; Digh~ 



46 

ton,$alem k Beverly, Gloucester, NewbtirypQrt,Maf< 
blehead, Nantucket, Boston and Charleston, Ply^ 
mouth, Bath, Frenchman's Bay, Wiscasset, Machias.i 
Penobscot. — Rhode-Island — New-Port, Provl 
dence. — Connecticut — Ncw-Ltndon, New-Ha- 
ven. — New-York — New-York,- — New-Jersey—! 
Perth-Amboy, Burlington. — Pennsylvania — Phi* 
ladelphia. — Del a was e — Wilmington, Newcastle,! 
Port Penn. — Maryland — Baltimore, Annapolis* 
Vienna, Oxford, Georgetown on Potomak, Chester- 
town creek, Nottingham, Nanjemoy, Digges' Land 
ing, Snowhill, Carrolsburgh. — Virginia — Alexan 
dria, Kinsale, Newport, Tappahannock, Port Royal, 
Fredericksburgh, Urbanna, Yorktown, West Point, 
Hampton, Bermuda-Hundred, Citypoint, Rocket's 
Landing, Norfolk and Portsmouth* — Nortit-Ca-j 
rolina — Wilmington, Newbern, Beaufort, Wash* 
ing ton, Edenton, Plankbridge.— South -Carolina' 
— Charleston, Georgetown, Beaufort, — Georgia— 
Savannah, Sunbury, Brunswick, Frederica, St, Ma- 
ry's. — Louisiana — New- Or leans. 

* Nor shall any vessel from the Cape of Good Hope, 
or beyond the same, be permitted to enter, except at 
the ports in the above list which are distinguished by 
Italic. 

Restrictions on Importations. 

No goods, wares or merchrndize.of foreign growth, 
or manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, 
shall be brought into the United States from any for- 
eign port or place in any other manner than by sea ; 
nor in any ship or vessel of less than Thirty Tons 
burthen, agreeable to the mode of ascertaining A- 
merican tonnage, except in certain districts on the 
Northern, Northwestern and Western boundaries of 
the United States,adjoiningto the dominions of Great 
Britain in Upper and Lower Canada, and the dis- 
tricts on the rivers Ohio and Missisippi. 

No beer, ale or porter, to be imported in casks of 
low capacity than Forty Gallons betr measure, or if 



47 

'In bottles, in packages less than Six Dozen, under 
i) jenalty of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. 

No refined lump, or loaf sugar, shall be imported 
nto the United States from any foreign port or 
[jlace, except in ships or vessels of the burthen of One 
Hundred and Twenty tons and upwards, and in casks 
3r packages, containing each not less than Six Hun~ 
dred pounds, on pain of forfeiting the said ship or ves- 
sel, and the loal or lump sugar imported therein, 
except in such casks or packages aforesaid. 

No distilled spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials ex- 
cepted) to be imported in casks or vessels of less ca- 
pacity than Ninety Gallons wine measure on pain of 
Forfeiture, with the ship or vessel, nor in casks or ves- 
sels which have been marked pursuant to any law of 
the United States, on pain of forfeiture of the said re- 
fined loaf or lump sugar, and distilled spirits, togeth- 
er with the ship or vessel : Provided, that the for- 
feiture shall not be incurred ou " any spirits imported 
or brought into the United States, in other casks or 
vessels as aforesaid, or the ship or vessel in which 
they shall be brought, if such spirits shall be for the 
use of the seamen on board of such ship or vessel, and 
shall not exceed the quantity of four gallons for each 
seaman," and which shall at the lime of entry of 
the said vessel, be inserted in the manifest as the sea 
Stores of such ship or vessel* 

INFORMATION GENERALLY. 

The want of certificates of distilled spirits, wines, 
or teas, subjects such articles to seizure, and fifty dol- 
lars fine, if such certificates are not delivered to the 
^purchaser; and if any cask, chest, vessel or case, 
containing such articles, shall be found in the posses- 
sion of any person, without being marked, and not 
being accompanied wkh a certificate, the same is lia- 
ble to seizure. 

On the sale of any casks, &c. which have been 
marked* the marks to be defaced in presence of some 



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officer of inspection or custom ; and the certificate o: 
the same to be delivered up, under penalty of out 
hundred dollars, with costs of suit. 

Goods from foreign ports not to be unladen but 
between sunrise and sunset, without special licence, 
under a penalty of four hundred dollars on themaster 
and every other person concerned, disability from 
holding any office under the government of the Uni- 
ted States for seven years, and being advertised in 
the newspapers, with "forfeiture of the goods ; and if 
above four hundred dollars, value of the vessel and 
apparel. 

Goods removed before guaged and weighed, and if 
wines, spirits, or teas, before being marked, without 
permission, are forfeited. 

Persons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to two thousand dollars. Inspectors and of- 
ficers of revenue cutters may go on board, examine 
and search vessels, have free access to the cabin, and 
seal packages, and after sunset secure the hatches, 
&c. — Persons in charge of vessels, for. breaking fas- 
tenings, but in presence of an officer, forfeit two hun- j 
dred dollars. 

Officers may seize within or without their distric* 
—persons resisting or impeding them forfeit ft 
hundred dollars. 

The master or commander of any vessel that shall 
obstruct or hinder (or be the cause thereof) any of* 
ficer of the revenue, in going on board his ship or 
vessel, for the purpose of carrying into effect any of 
the revenue laws of the United States, forfeits from, 
fifty to five hundred dollars. 

Register Act. Every owner of a vessel, residing 
within the limits of the United States, to swear to 
the register within ninety days after its being grant* 
ed, or it becomes void, and the vessel and cargo. pays 
foreign tonnage and duty. 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

FOR THE YEAR 1805. i 

Executive and Legislative Departments* 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JONATHAN TRUMBULL, ESQ. 
Governor. 

HONORABLE 

JOHN TREAD WELL, ESQ. 
Lieutenant Governor. 

ASSISTANTS. 



Oliver Ellsworth, esq, 
William Hillhouse, esq. 
Aaron Austin, esq. 
Roger Newbury, esq. 
Chauncey Goodrich, esq. 
Jonathan Brace, esq. 



John Allen, esq. 
William Edmond, esq. 
John Chester, esq. 
Elizur Goodrich, esq. 
Matthew Griswold, esq* 
Stephen T. Hosmer, esq* 



Samuel Wyllys^ esq. Secretary. 

pPHX Porter, esq. Comptroller of Public "Account- . 

AkDiEw Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

ROLL OF THF 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

For May and October sessions^ 1S05. 

MAY SESSION. 

Timothy Pitkin, jun. esq. Speaker. 
Lyman Law, and Sylvanus Backus, esqrs. Clerks. 

JLJ ARTFORD, J.hn Caldwell, Nathaniel Terry. 
Berlin, Jarr.es North, Orin Lre. 
Briftot, Channcey Brooks, George Mitchell. 
Eaft-Hartfoitf, Shubael Grifwold, Sanmel Pitkin* 
Eaft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Daniel lUckwcU. 

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Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry. 
Farmington, John Mix, Timothy Htkin, jun. (Speaker. j { 
GJaftenbury, Samuel Wells, Jonathan Wells. 
Granby, Pliney Hillyer, Chauncey Pettibone. 
Hartland, Uriel Holmes, Abiather Newton. 
Marlborough, Joel Foot. 
Southington, Timothy Clark, Samuel Woodruff. 
SufReld, Hezekiah Huntington, Luther Loomis. 
Symfbury, Amaziah Humphrey, James Humphrey, 
Wethersfield, Ezekiel P. Belden, Jofiah Bulkeley. 
V/indfor Ebenezer F. BifTel, jun. Ifaac Pinney. 

New-Haven, David Daggett, Jeremiah Townfend. 
Branford, Eli Fowler, Jonathan Merrick. 
Chelhire, Andrew Hull, Ifrael Bunnell. 
Derby, Jofeph Riggs. 
Eaft -Haven, Enos Hemmingway. 
Guilford, Augullus Collins, Nathaniel GrifEng. 
Hamden, Amafa Bra dley. 
Milford, Abraham V. H. De Witt, Benj. Bull. 
North-Haven, Jofeph Doohttle. 
Oxford, Ebenezer Riggs. 
Wallingford, Samuel Cook, John Pluymart. 
^Waterbury, Eli Bronfon, John Kingfbury. 
Woodbridge, Hezekiah Baldwin, Elihu Sanford. 
Wolcott, Mark Harrifon. 

Niw- London, Lyman Law, George Colfax. 
Norwich, Nathaniel Shipman, Benjamin Snow. 
Bozrah, Rofwell Fox. 
Colchefter, fohn Hham, John R. Watrous. 
Franklin, Nathan Lord- 
Groton, Rufus Smith, Jofeph Morgan. 
JLifbon, Daniel Bramin. 
3Lyme, Nathaniel Matfon, Calvin Selden. 
Montville, John G Hillhoufe. 
Prefton, Avery Downer, Alexander Stewart. 
Stonington, Nathan Pendleton, Amos Gallup. 
Vaterford, George Williams. 
Fairfield, Walter Bradley, David Hill. 



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Anbury, Epapliras W. Bull, Noah Iloyt. 
Irookfield, Jcfte Noble. 
)}reen\vich, Nehemiah Wilfon, Ifaac Hewe. 
luntington, Agur Judfon, John Wileoxfoa. 
Nfew-Canaan, Jofeph Silliman. 
>Jcw-Faitfielcl, Abel Gregory. 
Newtown, Simeon Beers, Gideon Botsford. 
Nforwalk, Jabez Gregory, Stephen St. John. 
Heading, Seth S. Smith, Andrew L. II LI. 
Ridgefieid, Nathan Dauchy, Nathan Smith. 
Sherman, Gamaliel B. Giddins. 
Stamford, James Stevens, Thaddeus Bell. 
Stratford, Jabez H. Tomlinfon, Robert Fairchild* 
Trumbull, Ebenezer Wheeler. 
Wefton, Asdrew Lyon, Gyrus Brinfmade. 
Wilton, Samuel Coniftock. 

Windham, Hezekiak Ripley, Nathaniel Maiming. 
Afhford, Abel Simmons, jan. John Palmer. 
Brooklyn, Jofeph Scarborough. 
Canterbury, Mofes Cieaveland, Stephen Butts. 
Columbia, Stephen Hofmer. 
Hampton, Ebenezer Mofa-lcy. 
Killingly, Aaron Arnold, Shubael Hutehins. 
Lebanon, Daniel Tildeir, Jacob Loom is. 
Mansfield, Skiff Freeman, jun. Jefle Williams. 
Plainfield, John Lefter, Jeremiah Kinfman. 
Pomfret, Sylvanus Backus, Lemuel Ingalls* 
Sterling, David Gallup. 
Thompfon, George Learned, John Jacobs. 
Voluutown, William GsJInp. < ' 
Woodftack, John M'Clelian, Cfcefter Childs.^ 

Litchfield, James Morris, Uriel Holmes^ juix» 
Bethlem. David Bellamy. 
Barkhempfted, P.elatiah Allen, I.frael Jones. 
Canaan, Elizur Wright, JohnElmtre. 
Gornwall, John Sedgwick, Benjamin Gould, 
Colebrosk," Elijah Rockwell, Afa Bifhop, 
Gq&izp, ISiidiey NwtW) M'm ftale, 



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llarwinton, James -Brace, B.cnjimin Grifwold. j^i 

Kent, Nathaniel Berry, jun. L 

New -Hartford, Hiverins Bidwcll, Jonathan Mai fit. Ik- 

New-Milf.rd, Elijah Boardman, Samuel Lockwood,, 

Norfolk, Auguftus Pettibone, Nathaniel Stevens, jui 

Plymouth, David Smith. 

Iloxbury, Abraham Bronfon. 

Salifoury, Jeremiah Dauchy, James Johnfon. 

Sharon, judfon Canfleic, liaac Pardee. 

Southbury, Aaron Hi.nman. 

Torrington, Phineas North, William Battel), jun. 

Wairen, Nathaniel Swi't. 

Walhington, Daniel $f. Brinfmade, Daniel Whittlefey. 

Watertown, Thomas Fei>n. 

Winchefter, El,iphaz Alvord, Horace Higley. 

Woodbury,. Samuel Walker, Nathaniel Ferry. 

Mii>£>£.£Towk, Elijah Hubbard, ]oihua Stow. 
Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, Fiobert Ufler. 
Durham, Jeremiah Butler, Natharml W. Chauncey. 
Eaft-Haddam, Ep-iphrodiftus Champion, Eliph Holmes. 
H add am, Edward Selden, Jonathan Huntington. 
Iviilingworth, William Morgan, Dan Lane, 
Saybrook. Jjfeph Hill, Timothy Pratt. 

Tolland, Samuel Whittlefey, Samuel Ladd. 
Bolton, Elijah White, Oliver King. 
Coventry, David Hale, Ebenezex Hunt. 
Ellington, John H. Goodrich, 
Hebron, Elijah Houfe, John T. Peters, 
dossiers, Calvin Pitkin, Jabez Collins. 
Stafford, Samuel Blodget, Jefle Foot. 
Union, Robert Paul, Luther Crawford. 
ViUipjStun. Samuel Dunton, Elifoa Johnfon. 

OCTOBER SESSION. 

Timothy Pitkin, juu. esq. Speaker. 
Sylvanus Backus, and Noah Webster, esqrs. Cletksi 

' Hartford, Enoch Perkias, Amafa Keyes. 
Berlin, Samuel 11 sit, jun, Ebenezer Barnard. 



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Biiftol, George Mitchell, David Maiks. 
Eaft-Hartford, Shubael Grifwold, Samuel Pitkin. 
Eaft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Daniel Rockwell. 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry, 
Partington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin jun. (Speakei 
G'altenbury, Samuel Wells, Marvin Dayton. 
Granby, Chauncey Pettibone, Sadoce Wilcox. 
Hartland, Uriel Piolmes, Abiather New ten. 
Marlborough, David Skinner. 
Simfbury, William Mather, Darius Moses. 
Southington, Samuel Hart, Samuel Woodruff. 
Suffield, Hez. Huntington, Oliver Grander. 
Wethersfiekl, Ezekiel P. Belden, Jofeph Bulkley. 
Winofor, Uaac Pinney, Samuel Allen. 

New-Haven, David Daggett, Noah Wetter. 
Branford, Eii Fowler, Jonathan Merrick* 
Chcfhire, Andrew Hull, Ifrael Bunnel. 
Derby, Ruflel Tomlinfon. 
Eaft-Havcn, Enos Hemingway, 
Guilford, Auguftus Collins, Nathaniel GrifSngv 
Bjamden, Amafa Bradley. 
Milford, Ab. V. H. De Witt, Benjnmin Bull, 
North-Haven, Jofeph Doolittle. 
Oxford, John Riggs. 

Waliingford, Jared Potter, Jared Benham. 
Waterbury, Timothy Gibbard Noah Baldwin, 
Woodbridge, Uqz. Baldwin, Hez. Beecher. 
Wolcott, Street Richards. 

New- London, Edward Chappell, Simeon Smith,, 
Bozrah, Zcruhbabel Wightman. 
Colchefter, Henry Champion, Daniel Watrons. 
Franklin, Nathan Lord. 
Groton, Starr Chefter, Amos N. Nile*. 
Lifbon, Daniel Braman. 
Lyme, Roger Grifw old, George Beckwlth. 
Montville, John G. Hillhoufe. 
Norwich, Nathaniel Shipman, Bepjamin Snow* 
Frefton, Joihua Downer, Frederick Fanning. 

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Stonington, Latham Hull, Edward Smith; 

Waterford, Phillip Cavarly. 

Fatrfield, David Burr, Samuel Rowland. 

Brookfield, George C Smith. 

Danbury, Thomas P. White, Nathan Sealey, 

Greenwich, Nehemiah VVilfon, Ifaac Howe. 

Huntington, Elijah Curtis, Agur Sheltonw 

New-Canaan, Joieph Silliman. 

New-Fairfield, Abel Gregory. 

Newtown, Simeon Beers, James Bennett* 

Norwalk, John Stanford, George Raymond* 

heading, Simeon Munger, Peter Sanford. 

RldgneS}, Job Smith, Jonathan Keeler. 

Stamford, Nathan Weed, James Stephens. 

Stratford, Pixley Judfon, Matthias Nicoll. 

Sherman, Gamaliel B. Giddings. 

Trumbull, David Beardflee. 

Wefton, Jofeph Bennett, Eliphalet Cooley. 

"Wilton, Samuel Comftock. 

Windham, Hezekiah Ripley, Jonathan Kingfley. 
Afhford, Abel Simmons, jun. John Palmer. 
Brooklyn, Daniel Putnam. 
Canterbury, Mofes Cleveland, Rufus Adams. 
Columbia, Simeon Loomis. 
Hampton, Ebenezer Mofeley. 
Killingly, Sampfon Howe, James Danielfon.* 
Lebanon, Peleg Thomas, James Mafon. 
Mansfield, fohn Salter, Frederick Freeman; 
Plainfield, Calvin Goddard, Jofeph Eaton; 
Pomfret, Sylvanus Backus, Lemuel lngalls. 
Sterling, Lemuel Dorrance. 
Thompfon, Wyman Carroll, Thaddeus Learned. 
Voluntown, William Gallup. 
Woedftock, Ebenezer Skinner, Ebenezer Smith, 

Litchfield, J. Morris, Uriel Holmes, jun, 
Barkbemftead, John Merrill, Ifrael Jones* 
Bcthlem, David Bellamy. 

Caifca»j jofca Adiaaas, R^ffel Htmt« 



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olebrook, Samuel Mills, Samuel Btakeflcy. 

ornwall, Benjamin Gould, Oliver Burnham. 

ofhen, Birdfey Norton, Adino Hale. 

arwinton, fames Brace, Benjamin Grifwold. 

enr, Barzilla Sloflbn. 

ew- Hartford, Riverius Bidwell, Jonathan Marfh. 
[New-Milford, Homer Boardman, Eli Todd. 
Norfolk, Auguftus I ettibone, Nathaniel Stevens. 
Plymouth, David Smith. 
Roxbury, Adna Mallory. 

Salisbury, Tim. Chittenden, jun Phinehas Chapin* 
Sharon, Ifaac Pardee, Daniel St. John. 
Southbury, Juftus ohnfon. 
Torringt'on, Eiilha Hinfdale, William Battell. 
Washington. Daniel N Brinfmade, David Wfcittlefey. 
Warren, John Talmadge. 
Watertown, Samuel W. Southmayd. 
Winchefter, Samuel Hurlbut, Eliphaz Alverd. 
Woodbury, William Hawley, Nathaniel Perry. 

Middletown, Elijah Hubbard, Jolhua Stow. 
Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, Benjamin Hurd. 
Durham, Jeremiah Butler, Jofeph Parfons. 
Eaft -Haddam, Epaph. Champion, Eliphalet Holmes. 
Haddam, David Hubbard, Luther Boardman. 
KlUingworth, George Elliott, jun. Abiah m Pierfon. 
Say brook, jofeph Hill, John Stannard, 2d. 

Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Daniel Edgerton. 
Bolton, Ebenezer Kellogg, jun. Elijah White. 
Coventry, Jeremiah Ripley, Eleazer Ptmrcy. 
Ellington, John H. Goodrich. 
Hebron, David Norton, Daniel Brown. 
Somers, Calvin Pitkin, [abez Collins. 
Stafford, Calvin Willey, Jefle Foot. 
Union, Samuel, Paal, Elijah Wales. 
WLlington, Elijah Hanks, Samuel Dunton* 



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Nomination for Members of Council. 

Chosen in October, 1805. 



No 
Oliver Ellsworth, 
William Hillhouse. 
John Chester, 
Roger Newbury, 
Aaron Austin, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Ch. Goodrich, 
William Etim oriel, 
E. Goodrich, 



votes., No. votes 

10 342 Steph. T.Hosmer, 10,82! 



10,627 Henrv Champi 
10790 Ashei- Miller, 
10,717 J. G. Brainerd, 
10,645 Jabez Clark, 

10,993 Jonathan Barns, 
11,128 Judson Canfield, 

1 2, 072 j Joseph Walker, 
^UC'J-i.Simec/i Baldwin, 



Matthew Griswold,! 0,9571 Isaac Beers, 



The following gentlem 
votes affixed to their sever 
N*. votes. 



10,68' 
10,58) 

1C,11< 
10,07* 

10,04: 

9,96;. 

9,92*1 
9,91t 

9,62* 



Thorn as Seymour, 7 3 6 1 

Jonathan Bull, 7642 

Ebenezer Barnard, 7764 

Rufus Hitchcock, 7752 

Andrew Hull, inn, 7671 j 

Elisha Hyde, 7852 

Elms Brown, 7&00 

Moses Warren, 7696 

Jabez Fitch, 7775 

Walter Bradley, 7736 



} received the number o; 
•a! names. 

No. votes, 
J. H. Tomlinson, 773S 
Joshua King, 77 It 

Ebenezer Devotion, 76Qi 
Daniel Tiiden, 760C 

John Welch, 75 3( 

Moses Seymour, 742( 
Isaac Spencer, 2d. 742 S 
Hezekiah Goodrich, 754% 
John T. Peters, 71 5C 

Samuel Whittlesey, 6,94(3 



Nomination for Members of Congrefs* 

Chosen in May, 1804. 



John C. Smith, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Benjamin Talmadge, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
John Davenport, jun. 
Timothy Pitkin? jua. 



Jonathan O. Moseley, 
Epaph. Champion, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
John Caldwell, 
Nathaniel Rossiter, 
Sylvester Gilbert, 



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Samuel B. Sherwood, 
Ebeuezer Huatiiigjouj 



Sylvanu-i Backus* 



. 



Judicial and Civil Depattnents. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Jesse Root, esq. Chief Judge 



Hon. John Trumbull, esq. 
Hon. Win. Eumond, esq. 



Hon.S. M. Mkcheli,esq 
lion- Tapping Reeve ,esq. 
Hon, Zeph- Swift, esq. 

George Pitkin, esq. (East-Hartford) 
Cierk, Hartford County 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

COIIYTY COURT. 
'Hon. Roger Newbury, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. John Chester, esq. I Pliny 'Hilly er, esq. 
Jonathan Bull, esq j Eliphakt Terry, esq. 

Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF 1 HE PEACE. 



Hartford. 
ThomasSey mour, 
Samuel Wyliys, 
William Moseley, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Imlay, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Ephraim Root, 
Andrew Kingsbury, 
Nathan Perkins, jun 
Aqusa Keyes, 



John Caldwell, 

John Porler, 

Thomas Chester, esqrs. 

Berlin. 
SeL;b Hart, 
Gad" Stanley, 
James North, 
Amos Hosford, 
Elijah Hooker, 
Danipl Dunbar,' 
Roger Norton, jun. 
David Webster, jr. esqrs. 



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Fnfldd. 
Henry Terry, * 
John Reynolds, esqrs. 

Bristol* 
Abraham Pettibone, 
Simeon Hart, 
Ejios Ives, 
Bryan Hooker, 
Bliss Hart, esqrs* 

East -Hartford* 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan WelL : , 
Elisha Pitkin, 
Samuel Flagg, 
George Griswold, 
Benajah Phelps, esqrs. 

Mast- Windsor* 
Roswell Grant, 
Caleb Booth, 
I^aniel Rockwell, esqrs. 

Farming ton. 
Ichabod Norton, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
John Mix, 

Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Roger Hooker, esqrs. 

Glasienbury* 
Phillip Sellew, 
Josinh Hale, 
Elisha Hale, 
Zeph. H. Smith, esqrs. 

Gran by. 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Judah Holcomb, jun. 
Andrew Hillyer, 
Hezekiah Holcomb, 
Caleb Merriman, 
Joseph Cornish j 



Nathaniel Pratt, e&qrs* 

Jiartland* 
Uriel Holmes, 
John Treat, esqrs. 

Marlborough* 
Joel Foot, 
Israel Foot, esqrs* 

Suffield* 
Thaddeus Leavett, 
Amos Granger, 
Asael Hathaway, 
Samuel Hale, 
Joseph Austin, esqrs. 
Southhigton* 
Timothy Clark, 
Roger Whittlesey, 
Samuel Woodruff, jun, 
Samuel Hart^ esqrs. 

Symsbury* 
Daniel Humphreys, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Esra Adams, 
George Humphreys, 
Solomon Everist, 
Calvin Barber, esqrs. 
Weihfrtjfieid. 
I Samuel W. Williams, 
- Bulkeley, 
John Wiiiiams, 
Joshua Relden, jun. 
Ezekie) P. Belden, esqrs. 

J kinds or* 
Oliver Mather, 
Abiel Griswold, 
Josiah Bissel, 
j Isaac Owen, jun. 

Elihu Mills, 
4 Simeon Griswold, esqrs. 



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^Thomas Y. Seymour, esq. State Attorney* 



PRACTISING 

Hartford, 

^horr-isY. Seymour, 

{haunch Goodrich, 

|Viiiiam Aloseley, 

bnathan Brace, 

&p5raim Root, 

Snoch Perkins, 9 

riieodore I) wight, 

Nathaniel Terry, 

David Bissell, jun. 

Jonathan W. Edwards, 
Thomas S. WHiiams, 
Walter Mitchell, 
Thomas Day, 
Thorn is Huntington, jun. 
Isaac Perkins, 
Aaron M. Church, 
Joseph Trumbull, 
John Wales, 
feted man Adams, 
Seth Terry, esqrs. 

Berlin. 
Daniel Dunbar, 
Ebenezer Granger, esqrs* 

Bristol. 
Calvin Butler, esq. 

East- Hartford. 
Hezekiah Flaggy esq. 
Eavt -Windsor. 
Samuel- P. Waldo, esq. 
Stephen Chester, esq 



ATTORNEYS. 

En f eld. 
Henry Terry, 
Simeon Abbe, esqrs. 

Farming, .n. 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Samuel Cowles, esqrs. 

Glas ten bury* 
Zcph. IL fcknith, 
Samuel Jones, jcm. esqrs. 

Gran by. 
Thorn a s Ho] comb, • 
Andrew D. Iiillyer,esqr3. 

Symsbury. 
William" Willision, 
Elisha Phelps, esqrs. 

Sozitlmigton. 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Roger Whittlesey, esqrs. 

Sufficld. 
Hezekiah Huntington, 
William Gay, 
Wi Hi a m Bradley, 
Seth Parsons, esqrs. 

Wether sfidd. 
John Williams, esq. 

Windsor. 
John Sargeant, 
Grove Griswold, 
Roger Newbury, jun. 
Joseph H. Russell, esqrs. 
Wethersfield, Sheriff. 



Defiuty Sheriffs*— Titus L. Bissell, Horace Wads- 
worth, Hartford. Nathan Merrow, East-Hartford. 
Nehemiah Chandler, Enfield. Ezekiel Cowles, jun. 
Farmington. Joshua R. Jewett, Granby. Oliver 



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llandiett, Sufitld. Chester Clark, Welhcrsfuldi 
Elilui Drake, Jonathan Palmer, jun, Windsor* 
Elijah Boardman, Hartford* Goaler. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

CQVJSiTT COURT. 

Hon, Elizur Goodrich, esq. Chief Judge. 

Gideoia Buckingham, esq. | Dyer White, esq. 

John Kingsbury, esq* | Geo. W. Stanley, es%. 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. " 

Naphtali D.iggttt, Clerk. 

Dyer White, Clerk ot the Superior Court* 



JUSTICES 
New-Haven* 

Henry Daggett, 

Joseph Duriing;, 

Nehcmiah Smith, 

Simeon Baldwin, 

Thomas Painter, 

Noah Webster, 

Nathan Smith, 

Elkha Mud son, 

William Hillhouse, jun 

David Daggett, 

Samuel Bellamy, esqrs, 
• Brar< ford* 

Edward Russell, 

Orchard Gould, 

William Gould, 

Eerjanrn Page, 

James Barker, 

Solomon Jiind»'ey, 

Beverly Munro/esqrs. 
Cheshire, 

Barrage Beach, 

Asahel Chittenden, 



OF THE PEACE* 
Titus Street, 
Amos Baldwin, esqr% 

Derby* 
John Humphrey*, 
Levi Tomlinson, 
Russel Tomlinson, 
Daniel Holcbrook, 
Josiah Dudley, esqrs. 

East-Haven* 
Josiah Bradley, 
Enos Hemingway, 
Steph. Woodward, es^f^ 

Bamden* 
John Hubbard, 
Eli Whitney, 
Anren Bradley, 
Elam Ives, 

Guv ford. 
Augustus Collins, 
Miles Munger, 
Jonathan Todd, 
Henry Hill, 
Nathan Chidsey, 



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Raniel Hand, jun. 
athaniel Griffing, 
Abraham Chittenden, jr. 
Samuel Robinson, esqrs. 

Milj'ord* 
Stephen Gunn, 
William At water, 
Abraham V, H. De Witt, 
Elias Clark, 
Benjamin Bull, esqrs. 

North-Haven* 
Joshua Barnes, 
Joseph Pierpont, 
Joseph Foot, esqrs. 

Oxford* 
John Riggs, 
t)avid Tomlinson, 
Abel Wheeler, esqrs. 

JVallingford* 
Oliver Stanley, 
John M* Cleave, 
Samuel Hall, 2d. 

Jonathan Ingersoll, 

PRACTISING 

New- Haven* 
James Hillhouse, 
Jonathan Ingersoll, 
William Hillhouse, jun. 
David Daggett, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Nathan Smith, 
Isaac Mills, 
Levi Ives, jun. 
'Isaac M. Wales, 
Elihu Munson, 
Stephen Twining 
Seth 1\ Staples, 



Zenas Mitch eK, 
Ephraim Cook, 
Aaron Hall, 
Asaph Merrirmn, esqrs. 

Water bury* 
John Weltbni 
John Lewis, jun* 
Ethel Br on son, 
Abraham Fowler, 
James Scovil, 
David Thompson, 
Fred'k Hotchkiss, esqrs* 

Woodbridge* 
David French, 
Thomas Darling* 
Samuel Osborne-, 
Elihu Saiiford, jr. esqrs. 

WoicQtt. 
Mark Harrison, 
Charles Upson, 
Isaac Bronson, esqrs* 

esq> State Attorney* 

ATTORNIES. 

John H. Lynde, 
William Bristol, 
Jesse Atwater, 
Jonathan Atwater, 
Henry W. Edwards, 
Charles Denison, 
De Lau. De Forest, 
Asaph Dunbar, esqrs. 

Cheshire* 
Burrage Beach, esq. 

Derby* 
John Humphrey, 
Josiah Dudley, czqys* 



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Woodbridge* 
Medad Hotchkiss, esq 

Milford. 
A. V. H. be Witt, 



David B. Ingersoit, esq 1 

Water bury* 
Cyrus Clark, 
. Bennet Bronson, esqrs. 1 
Nathaniel Rossiter, esq. Sheriff. 
Defiuty Sheriffs. Ambrose Cook, Wallingfor 
Benjamin Upson, Water bury. Francis Frew 
Derby. 

John Ciark, New-Haven, Goaler* 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. William Hiilhouse, esq. Chief Judgte. 
Benjamin Coit, esq, I Joseph Isham, esq. 

Elias Perkins, esq, | Matthew Griswold, esq 

William Noyes, esq. Treasurer. 
Winthrop Salt onstall, esq. Clerk, and Clerk ofti 
Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

JVew-Londm* 
Marvin Wait, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Jonathan Starr, 
Guy Richards, 
Samuel Wheat, 
George Colfax, 
Lyman Law, esqrs. 

Norwich* 
Elisha Hyde, 
Christopher Leflingwell, 
Andrew Huntington, 
Asa Spalding, 
Andrew Perkins, 
!£abdiel Rogers, 
Thomas Fanning, 
James Lanman, esqrs. 



THE PEACE* 

Bozrah. 
Asa Woodworth, 
Asa Fitch, 
Benjamin West, esqrs. 

Cliches ter. 
Henry Champion, 
Ebenezer Lathrop, 
John Isham, 2d. 
John R< Watrous, 
Joel Worthington, 
Roger Bulkeley, 
Daniel Watrous, esqrs. 

Franklin* 
Eli Hyde, 
Silas Hartshtrne, 
Elisha Edgerton, esqrs^ 



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p| Grcfn* 

'benezcr Ledyard, 

Vmos Geer, 

itarr Chester, 

oseph Allyn, 
•(ibenezer Avery, 2d, 
j[saac Avery, 

ohn D aboil, esqrs. 
Lisbon. 

^evi Perkins, jun. 

oshua Perkins, 

Blisha Morgan, esqrs. 

Lyme. 
\ndrew Griswold, 
kth Ely, 
David F. Sill, . 
Moses Warren, jun. 
Calvin Seklen, 
David M. Jewett, 
Selden Warner, 
Samuel Mather, jun* 
Roger Griswold, esqrs. 

jSIontville* 
John G. Hillhouse, 
Joshua Raymond, 
John Dolbear, 
Clement Bishop, esqrs* 

Asa Spalding, esq 

J'^ACTI.SING 

N'W'Lonao/u 
Marvin Wait, 
Jeremiah G. Bnunard, 
Lyman Law, 
Jacob Pi. Gurlev, 
William P. Cleaveland, 
Jirfth Jsbam, 



Preston • 
Samuel Mott, 
Jeremiah Halsey, 
Eli as Brown, 
Darnel Morgan, jim. 
Nathaniel Lord, 
Oliver Crary, 
Isaac Avery, 
Alexander Stewart, 
Charles Fanning, esqrs. 

Sloningttn* 
Charles Phelps, 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Joshua Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
Latham Hull, 
Stephen Avery, 2d. 
Ccddir.g;ton Billings, 
Samuel Prentice, 
Stephen Hall, 
William Williams, 
Wm. Woodbridge, esqrs. 

Wat erf or d. 
Griswold Avery, 
George Williams, 
Pardon T. Taber, esqrs. 

. Stale Jttenicy* 

ATTORNIE3. 

Elijah Hubbard, 
Ebc-nezer Le&rued, 
George Wheat, esqpg* 

Norwich. 
ElisJia ILre, 
Asa r pale! in 2;, 

Luthci 1 Spalcng, 



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Lyme* m 
Roger Griswold, 
Richard M 'Curdy, 
David M. Jewett, esqrs. 

Preston. 
Jeremiah Halsey, 
Nathan Peters, esqrs* 

Stoning ton. 
Nathaniel Minor, 
Coddington Billings, 
John Root, esqrs. 



William S. Hart, 
James Lanman,' 
Charles Lathrop, 
John Hyde, 
Joseph Williams, 
Viysses Selden, esqrs. 

Colchester. 
Benjamin Trumbull, 
Samuel A. Peters, 
Xch. L< Skinner, esqrs. 

Grot on. 
Elisha Williams, esq. 

Joshua Huntington, esq. Norwich, Sheriff'. 
Deputy Sheriffs, — William Richards, Nenv-Lotf'' 
don. Beia Peck, Shubael Breed, Norwich. Solo- 
mon Scovel, Colchester. Watrous Beckwith, Natha- 
niel Matsnn, Lyme. Paul Babcock, Stonington; 
Adonijah F. Bradford, Montuille. 

Goalei v.— -Stephen Hempsted, New-London* 
Seth Miner, Norwich. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. Joseph P. Cook, esq. Chief Judge. 
Phillip P. Bradley, esq. I Nathan Wheeler, esq. 
Jabcz Fitch, esq. | EbenezerDavenport,esq 

Lewis B. Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 
David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court 



JUSTICES 

Fairfield. 
Jonathan Sturges, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Walter Bradley, 
Ebenezer Jessup, 
Joseph Strong, 
David Allen, 



OF THE PEJCE. 
David Judath, 
Samuel Rowland, 
Ebenezer Banks, 
I Gershom Burr, 
Sam'l B. Sherwood ,esqrj 
Danbury.— Eli MygattH 
Thomas'Taylor, 



fair.es Clark, 
lenjamin ELcccks, 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Daniel B. Co< k, 
•Thomas Taylor, urn. 
gpmfortS. Mygatt,esqrs 

■Brcckjhld. 
Amos W heeler, 
jpi Perry, 
Jesse Noble, 

nwich'. 

John M'Kvav, 
Ebcnezer Mead, : 
gilbert Close, 
Da!iionVoL,u;;.r 

ffuntifigion* 
fcjisha Mills, 
Diodaie Silliroan, 
Ketiezer R« 
Legrand M. Lewisj 
CthoulDe Fcrest; 
John Curtis?, csqi , 

EUphatet Lockwcod, 
'Thaddcus Setts, 
Job Bartram, 
Taylor Sherman, 
Roger M. Sherman, 
*Wm. M, Betts, esqrs* 

New- Canaan. 
Joseph Si Hi man, 
Isaac Richards, esqrs* 

JYc.w- Fair fit Id. 
Nehemiah Beard ley, 
Joseph Bearse, jun. esqri 

jVciotow?!. 
David Baldwin, 

Lewis, p. Sturge< 






i&utouel C; Fbckmar, 
Sachariah Ferv.it, esqi' 

Reading * 
Andrew L. Hill, 
James R6&£$s« 
Will lorn Heron* 
Setli S» Siiftith, e qrs* 

iosh^Kn^' 



! a 



Rcwb 


en Scoifiekl, 


Sarin 


tel Webb, t 


N:Uh 


an Weed, jr 




Stratford m 


Robe 


\ 1 Walker, 


Abijj 


h M^Etieiii 


JO,.;! 


u j-ja* i4.es, 


foe] 


h Wsii:<.r, 


Josia 


h Lucey, esq 



rqrs. 



§herm&$* 

Steph cm Barnes, 
Samuel Allen, esqrs. 

Trv.mhuU. 
Steph e n Beardsley, 
Lewis Burton, 
Da\id Seelyc, esqrs, 
Weston. 
| John Sherwood, 
{ Jeremiah Rowland, esqrs* 
Wilton. 
Matthew Mead, 
Matthew Marvin, esqra# 
i esq, Slate Attorney* 
F3 



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PRACTISING ATT§RtfIES. 



Fairfield. 
Dtiyld Burr, jun. 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Samuel Rowland, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 
Gideon Tomlinson, 
Thnddeus B. Wakeman, 
James Burnett, esqrs. 

Danburr, 
Emphras W. Bull, 
Mm 13. WhUt'esey, 
John P. White, * 
dieses Hatch, esqrs. 

Greenwich. 
Timothy Walker, esq* 

JVewtctwi. 
William Edmond, 
Samuel C. Blackman, 
Asa Chapman, 
Timothy Shepard, esqrs. ' 



Mrwalk* 
Taylor Sherman, 
Roger M.Sherman,esqrs. 

Reading, 
Seth S. Smith, esq. 

Stanford. 
John Davenport, juiu 
James Stevens, 
Simeon H. Minor, 
Frederick Scovil, 
James Wood, esqrs» 

Stratford. 
Joseph Walker, 
Roswell Judson, 
Robert Fairchild, 
Joseph Backus, 
Benjamin Hall, 
Charles M'Ewen, 
Charles Bostwick, 
Wm. Benedict, esqrs.' 



Elijah Abel, esq. Sheriff*. 
Be/raty Sheriffs. John G. Allen, Fairfield. Sa< 
inuel Wildman, jun. D anbury. Herman Warner. 
Mpwtown. Thomas F. Rowland, Norivalk. Aaror 
Morehouse, Reading. Joseph Gray, Stamford, 
John Thompson, Stratford. Peter Llaboree, Hun* 
tingtcn. Ezra Gregory, Bridgjiort. 

Goalers. Ozias Hanford, Fairfield. 

Samuel Wildman, jun. Danburxj* 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. • 
COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. Thomas Grcsvcnor, esq. Chief Judged 
Ebenezer Devotion, esq. j Hezekiah Ripley, esq. 
James Gordon, esq. | Lemuel Ingals, esq. 

James Gordon, esq. Treasurer. 
Saia'l Gray ; esq, Clerk, m$ Clerk of Superior Qour^ 



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JUSTICES OF 

Windham. 
ftmothy Larrabee, 
'% |amuel Gray, 
abez Clark, 
amuel Perkins, esqrs. 

Afford. 
Lbol Simmons, jun. 
ohn Palmer, 
Villiam Walker, 
[osias Byles, 
IVilliam" Perkins, esqrs. 

Brook iy n. 
Tohn Parish, 
foseph Scarborough, 
James Eldredge, 
|Daniel Putnam, 
R. W* Williams, esqrs» 

Canterbury. 
Daniel Frost, * 
Moses Cleaveland, 
Luther Paine, 
Asa Bacon, 
Asa Butts, 
Isaac Backus, esqrs; 

Hamfilon. 
Ebenezer Moseley, 
Philip Pearl, 
James Burnet, esqrs. 

Killingly. 
James Danielson, 
Ezra Hutchins, 
Joel Day, 
Joseph Adams, 
Sampson Howe, esqrs. 

Columbia* 
James Pineo, 
Awtal Clark, ?d, 



THE PEACE. 
Daniel Lord, esqrsT 

Lebanon. 
Elkanah Tisdale, 
Solomon Williams, 
Jeremiah Mason, 
Peleg Thomas, 
Thaddeus Clark, 
James Masoa, esqrs. 

Mansfield. 
Frederick Freeman, 
Jesse Williams, 
John Salter, 
Barzillai Swift, esqrs* 

Plainfield. 
William Dixon, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Ephraim Wheeler, 
Joshua Dunlap, 
John Douglass, esqrs* 

Pomfret. 
Lemuel Grosvenor, 
Sylyanus Backus, 
Eben. Kingsbury, esqrsj 

Sterling. 
Jo^n Gaston, 
John Wylie, esqrs. 

Thomfison* 
Jason Phips, 
Thaddeus Learned, 
Noacliah Russel, 
George Learned, 
John Jacobs, esqrs. 

Vohintown. 
Allen Campbell, 
James Alexander, 
Joseph Wylie, 



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Thomas Backus, esqrs. 

Woodstock. 
John M'Clelhn, 
Neliemiali Cb i Id, 



Jabez Clark, esq,- Stai 



John Fox, 
Ebenezer SusHftj 
Jonathan Morus, 

Philip H".y vood, esqrs. 



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PRACTISING A1 



wtmtndftu 

Timothy Larrabce, 
Jabes Clark, 
Sartm£i Perkins, 
John Baldwin, 
David W. Young, esq 

jlzhforcL ' 
William Perkins, 
David Kolles, esqrs, 

Plaivfield. 
William Dixon, 
Calvin Goddard* 
Joseph Eaton, esqrs. 

Canle? bury. 
Rufus Adams, 
Asa Bacon, esqrs, 

Columbia. 
Asahel Clark, esq. 

Henry Webb, esq. Windham, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriff*. Chester Abbe, Windham. John 
Perkins, Ashford. Walter Hough, Canterbury. 
Elisha Gleason, Pom fret. Hubbard Dutton, Leba- 
non. George Gordon, Plainfield . 

Benjamin Brewster, Windham, Goakr* 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD, 

COUNTY COURT. 

Joshua Porter, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Aaron Austin, esq* I David Smith, esq. 
Nathan Halp, esq. * | D. N, Ifrijpjftatte; q5^* 



Win, T. WUIierm 

Pov.ifn \ 
Sylvan lis Backus, 

John Kolbrcr.k, e 



Daniel &.eye£, e?qrs. 

Himfiion. 
Elisha Hammond, esq. 

Sterling. 
Artemas Baker? esq. 

Thompson. 
George Learned, esq. 

Woodstock. 
John jftT'Clellan, 
Philip Haywood, esqrs. 



Julius Derning, esq. Treasurer, 
rederick W©lcott, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Su.Cour!# 



JUSTICES OF 

Litchfield. 
tines Morris, 

Jriah Tracy, 

/loses Seymour, 

ulius Deming, 

Frederick Wolcott, 

Beth Landon, 

Jriel Holmes, jun. 
Roger Marsh, 
jNathan Basset, 
|R. N. Whittlesey, esqrs. 
I Berkhemfistcad. 

JJoseph Wilder, 
[Israel Jones, jun. 
Samuel Hayden, 
Pelatiah \llen, esqrs. 

Bethlehem. 
David Bellamy, 
David Leavitt, jun. 
Ebenezer Perkins, 
Billy Ambler, esqrs. 

Canaan. 
Elizur Wright, 
John Elmer, 
Silas Franklin, 
John Hurlbut, esqrs. 

Coltbrook. 
Elijah Rockwell, 
Samuel Mills, esqrs. 

Cornwall. 
John Pierce, 
Judah Kellogg, 
, John Sedgwick, 
Oliver Burnham, esqrs. 



THE PEACE. 

Goshen. 
Adino Hale, 
Samuel Hopkins, 
Birdsy Norton, esqrs» 

Harwinton. 
James Brace, 
Lewis Catlin, 
Benj. Griswold, esqrs* 

Kent. 
Barzilki Slawson, 
Julius Castle, 
Matthew Elliott, esqrs* 

New-Hartford. 
Seth Spencer, 
Abraham Kellogg, jun, 
Asa Cole, esqrs. 

Nenv-Milford. 
Josiah Starr, 
Reuben Warner, jun. 
Elisha Bostwick, 
Abijah Treat, 
David S. Boardman, 
Nathaniel Taylor, esqrs^ 

Norfolk. 
Nathaniel Stephens, 
Eleazer Holt, 
Aug. Pettibone, esqrs* 

PlymQuth. 
Daniel Potter, esq. 

Roxbury. 
Curtis Hurd, 
Phineas Smith, 
Elihu Canfield, esqrs. 
Sharon .— David Downcgg 



Isaac Pardee, 
Augustus Taylor, 
John C. Smith, 
Judson Canfteld, 
Daniel St. John, esqrs. 

Southbury. 
Justus Johnson, 
Benjamin Stile*, jun. 
Shad rack O shorn, 
Simeon Kin man, 
John Edmund, esqrs. 

Salisbury. 
Adenijah Strong, 
Samuel Lee, 
El'jah Sterling, 
Lot Norton, jun. 
Phkieas Chapin, esqrs. 



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T+rrington 
Shub&el Griswold, 
Eii&ha Smith, 
William Battle, 
Phineas Norths esqrs. 

Hon. John Allen, esq. State Jiizrncy 



Washington. 
David Whittlesey, 
Btvid Judson, 
William Cogtwell, 
Elijah Hazen, esqrs. 

I) l inchest er. 
Eliphaz Alvord, 
Samuel Hurlbut, 
Solomon Rockwellj esqr 

Warren. 
Nathaniel Swift, 
.John Talrnadge, esqrs* 

WatertCKvn. 
Thomas "Fcnn, 
Elijah Wocdwprd, 
S. W. Southmayd, esqrs. 

Woodbury. 
Noah B. Benedict, 
Reuben Mitch el, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
John Strong, esqrs. 



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PR ACT 1 3; 

Litchjield. 
John Allen, 
Isaac Baldwia, jun. 
Uriel Holmes, 
James Gould, 
Aaron Smith, 
Roger Skinner, 
Elijah Adams, 
Amos Benedict, 
Seth B. Beers, esqrs. 

Canaan* 
Thomas Wilcox, 
Jokn Elmer, esqrs. 



NG ATTQRNIES. 

Kent* 
Barzillai Slav/son, caff 

j\ or folk. 
Edmoncl Aikins, 
AwguM^s Pettibcne, 
Michael F. Mills, 
Sereno Pettihrne, esq**s. 

JVtiv-Hartfcrd. 
¥x?ev Mills, 
ft. AWititi? esqr«\ 

Nettt*Aliijford< 
David S. Board man, 
Joseph Af Bobtwick, 



>hn Slossow, 

;iisha Whittlesey, esqrs. 

t Plymouth* 

nusFenn, esq. 
Sharon- 
dson Canfield, 
hn C. Smith, 
}yrus Swan, 
ij, William G. Williams, 
}. Pettit, esqrs. 
Salisbury* 

IKdonijah Strong, 
[Elisha Sterling, 
Martin Strong, 



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Anson Sterling, esqrs. 

South dury. 
Benjamin Stiles, jun. 
Simeon Hinman, esqre. 

Washington. 
William Cogswell, esq. 

Winchester* 
Phineas Miner, 
N. Wettnore, esqra. 

Woodhury* 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B. Benedict, 
William Haivley, 
Matth. Minor, jun. esqrs* 



John R. Landon, esq. Sheriff- 
Deputy Sheriffs. Dan Harrison, Roger Cook, 
^Litchfield. Samuel Comstock, J\ew-MUford- Na- 
haniel Robbins, Aorfolk. Montgomery Austin, 
A ew- Hartford. Timothy Chittenden, s Salisbury . 
Truman Mosely, Woodbury* J. Collmun, CoxmvaiU 
Roger Cook, Litchfield, Goaier. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 
COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. John Dickinson,, esq. Chief Judge. 
Jonathan Lay, esq. I Eliphalet Holmes, esq. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. | William Morgan, esq. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. Treasurer,. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE* 



Middletotvn* 
Asher Miller, 
Samuel W- Dana, 
Chauncey Whittlesey, 
Matthew T- Russ*li, 
NehemiahHubbard, jun- 
Ebenezer Sage, 



Isaac Gridley, 

Isaac Miller, 

Amos Sage, 

Amos Churchill, esqra» 

Chatham' 
James Kill, 
Daniel 3heparc! ; 



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Seth Overton, 
Chauncey Bulkley, 
David White, 
John Parmele, 
Stephen Griffith, 
David Clark, esqrs. 

Durham* 
Simeon Parsons, 
Dan Parmele, 
Charles Coe, esq'rs. 
East-Haddam* 
Jabez Chapman, 
Jonathan O* Moseley, 
Isaac Spencer, 2d, 
Abner Hall, 
Jared Spencer, 
Timothy Gates, 2d, 
Ebenezer Holmes, esqrs. 

Kadclaui, 
Nehemiah Brainard, 
Ezra Brainard, 



Daniel Brainard, 

Smith Clark, 

Stephen Tibbals, esqrs* | 

Killingroorth* 
Hezekiah Lane, 
Abraham Pierson, 
Job Wright, 
Martin Lord, 
Dan Lane, 
George Elliot, esqrs. 

Say brook. 
William Hart, 
Timothy Star key, 
Thomas Siiiiman, 
Samuel Hart, 
John Bull, 
Samuel Williams, 
Samuel Tally, 
John Stannard, jun. 
Jonathan Warner, 
John Platts, esqrs. 



Edward Seidell, 

Hon- Stephen T.IIosmer, esq. State Attorney* 



PRACTICING ATTORNIES. 



MiddiiHowiu 
Stephen T. Hosmer, 
Samuel W- Dana, 
Matthew T Russell, 
Enoch Huntington, jun. 
Alexander Collins, 
Jared Scarb rough, 
Chauncey Whktiesey, jr 
John L- Lewis, esqrs. 

Chatham* 
Asahel H. Strong, 
John H. Peters, esqrs. 

Enoch Parsons: 



East- Had dam* 
Jonathan Q. Moseley, 
J ired Spencer, 
S. G. Huntington, esqrs*. 

Had dam. 
Sherman Everest, 
Levi H. Clark, esq'rs. 

Killing worth. 
Noah Lester, esq. 

SaijbroQkj 
George W. Jewett, esq«| 

esq. Sheriff. 



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JDe/iutp Sheriffs. — William Smith, 1 'faddam. Che- 
ers Brainard, East-Haddam. Danforth Clark, Sny- 
rook. Ralph Smith, 2d, Chatham. 

Goalers. — (None at Middletown.) 

William Smith, Haddam. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 
COUNTY COURT. 

Samuel Gilbert, esq. Chief Judge, 
eremiah Ripley, esq. I Jesse Cady, esq. 
eremiah West, esq. | Samuel Dnnton, esq. 

".phraim Grant, jun. esq. Treasurer and Clerk, and 

' Clei\k of the Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Tolland. 
Samuel Whittlesey, 
F. Barney, esqrs. 

Bolt on. 
Samuel Carver, 

ifchabod Warner, 
Oliver King, 
Jared Cone, jun. 
Phineas Talcctt, esqrs. 

Coventry. 
Ephraim Kingsbury, 
David Hale, 
Benajah Strong, 
Eleazer Pomeroy, 
Daniel Burnap, 
Nathan Howard, esqrs. 

Hebron. 
Elihu Marvin, 
Sylvester Gilbert, 
Elijah House, 



Joel Jones, 

E. L. Lathrop, 

John H. Buel, esqrs. 

Ellington. 
Matthew Hyde, 
Levi Wells, 
JohnH. Goodrich, esqrs, 

Somers. 
Simeon Fobes, jun. 
Gilts Pease, 
Reuben Sikes, 
Benjamin Phelps, esers<> 

Stafford. 
Eleazer W. Phelps, 
Eliab Alden, esqrs. 

Union. 
Samuel Crawford, 
Abijah Sessions, esqrs* 

Willington. 
Elisha Johnson, esq. 



Sylvester Gilbert, ef q. Stats Attorney. 



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PRACTISING AT.TORNIES. 

Tolland. { Stafford. 

Samuel Whittlesey, J Eleazer W. Phelps* 



Jonathan Barns 
Eiisha Stearns, esqrs. 

Hebron. 
Svlvester Gilbert, 
John T. Peters, 
Leonard Lathrop, esqrs, 

Somers. Ellington. 

Eiisha Wales, esq. | Asa Willey, esq. 

Elijah Chapman, juri. esq. Sheriff'. 

Dejiuiy Sheriff's* ■ William Williams, Tolland*] 

Geo. O. Gilbert, Hebron. Ah oliab Johnson, StaffbrM 

Nathan Chapman, Goaler. 



Calvin Willey, 

G. Scarborough, esqrs. 

Bolton. 
Saul Alvord, esq. 

Coventry. 
Jeremiah Parish, esq. 



* «SK3aL>V^«£*vJ 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 

Districts. Judges. Clerks. 

Jlartford) Jonathan Bull, esq. Mr. James Wells* 
JMew Haven JL. Goodrich, esq. J. H. Lynde, esq. 
«AC London j Hon. W. Httlhouse,Lyman Law, esq. 
Fairfield, Sam'l Rowland, esq. Ger shorn Burr, esq, 
Windham, Hon. W. Williams, Sol. Williams, esq. 
Lite) field, Fred. Wolcott, esq. Mr. Roger Skinner, 
fvliddletow.n,!. Dickinson, esq. Mr. John Fisk. 
Plain field, James Gordon, esq. Mr. J. Douglass, jfj 
Giiiijbrd) Ed w'd Russell, esq. Henry Hill, esq. 
Jvorfclk, G. Pettibone, esq. A. Pettibone, esq. 
Woodbury, N. B. Benedict,esq. 
Stamford, E. Davenport,jr. es. 
foaMwij, Hon. J. P. Cook, Mr. J. P. Cook, )V 
£. Haddam, Isaac Spencer, esq, Jared Spencer, es«[. 
JVbrivicfci A. H'nhtirigtoiK esq. Mr. J. Huntington. 
P&nifret, Hon. T. G'rosvenor,L. Gfrosyetior, esq. 
Sharon, Joshua Porter, esq. Mr. J. Porter, jun. 
Stafford,- Jesse Cady, esq. E- W- Phelps, es<| 
8$ifi$burvi Noah Phelps, esq. Mr. N. A. Phelps. 



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^toningtcn, CharlesPhelps,esq. Mr. Smiles Fhcfcs. 
farming' ion, Hon. J. Treadwell, Mr. Martin B*ul» 
WallingfordOlWev Stanley, esq. Mr. G. W. Stanley* 
Say brook , Hez. Lane, esq. Mr Dan Laise. 
Strafford^ Robert Walker, esq. Jos. Walker, esq. 
ffi. Winds or, ILMph. Terry, esq. Mr. Henry Terry. 
' V/aterbury, J. Kingsbury, esq. Mr. Edw-' Porter. 
wforwalk) T. Sherman, esq. Wm. IM Iktts, esq* 
J\ r . Mi (ford, D.S.Boardman,esq.J. A. Bostwick, esq. 
mcbrep) Sarn'i Gilbef$, esq.'G. O. Gilbert, esq* 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

I K ^ ^ rd 5 Enoch Perkins, 
& m 9 * ? ?> 1 Theodore B wight. 
CElizur Goodrich, 

Miv- Haven A Dyer White, 

Oohn H. Lynde. 
Derby., John Humphreys, jun. 
Milford, David E. Ingerscll. 

Miv-Londm, { jSze^Lea™.,!. 

. j CJames Lanman, 

*«?««*> i William S.Hwt. 

$tonington 9 Edward Smith. 
Lyme, William Noyes, jun. 
Preston, Samuel Molt. 
Fairfield^ Lewis B. Sturg*** 
Windham % Samuel Perkins. 
riainfieht, Calvin Goddard. 
Woodstock, Jedediah Morse. 
Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott. 
Sharon, John C. Smith. 

Middletotvn, S* 1 '^"™?-*™^ 
5 J. Stephen F. j^qstner 

Suffield, Hszekiah Huntington. 

Aorwalk, Eliphakt Lcckwocd^ 



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jBridgefiort) Joseph Backus. 
Sttuiford) Robert Walker. 
Colchester^ Daniel Watrous. 
J) anbury ) Amos Co*k. 
Made/am, Sherman Everest; 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 

NEW-HAVEN. 
Hon. Elizur Goodrich, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Henry Daggett, esq. I Simeon Baldwin, esq. 

Eneas Mimson, jun. esq. | Abraham Bradley, es^. 
Elisha Mimson, esq. City Clerk. 
Nathan Beers, esq. Treasurer. 
Josiah B. Morse, "> Sheriflfe 
John Skinner, 5 bnerms ' 
Common-Council Men* 
Mess. Isaac Beers, Elias Shipman, James Hill 
house, Joseph Darling, Hezekiah Hotchkiss, Thad 
deus Beecher, Stephen Ailing, James Merriman 
Jeremiah Townsend, Ebenezer Peck, Daniel Reed 
()J3adiah Hotchkiss. 

(Annual meeting, the first Tuesday in June.) 

NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. Richard Law, esq. Mayor. 

Alderman. 

WinthropSaltonstalljesq. I Samuel Wheat, esq. 

Ciuy Richards, esq. j Simon Wolcott, esq. 

Lyman Law, Clerk Citv Court. 

Samuel Beldcn, City Clerk. 

Common Gouncil Men* 
Messrs. George Colfax, Jared Starr, Thaddeug 
Brooks, John lagraham, Chester Kimball, John Way. 
(Annual meeting the second Monday in June.) 



n 

KARTFOHB. 

Thomas Seymour, esq. Mayors 

Aldermen. 

Jonathan Brace, esq. J John Morgan, c 

John Caldwell, esq. | Enoch perkms, esq* 

William Whs', man, esq, Clerfo 

Timothy Burr., Sheriff. 

Common Council Men* 
Mess. Chauncey Goodrich, Bpbraim Boot, George. 
Epoch? in, Issuyg Bull, Miles Beach, £dtw$rdl)tm{orth) 
Richard Goodman, Zeimlon Se y#; our, Roderick Shel- 
won, James Hosmer, Joseph Utiey, Michael Bull, 
!• | (Animal meeting the last Monday in March.) 



MID33LETOWN. 
Ashev Miller, e$q, Mayor, 

1 Elijah Hubbard, esq. J Arthur Ma«;ill, esq* 
Chauncey Whittlesey, esq | Wm. Plumbe, esq. 
John Fisk, Clerk. 
Nathan St r on % , 7 c u M ■ sr 
Thomas Hall," 5'-™^^" 
Common Council Men. 
Mess. Lambert Cooper, Giles Meigs, Neheimai 
Hubbard, jun. Step]) en Clay, Elihu Cotton, Robert. 
Rand, Samuel Frothingham, Samuel Chamberlain, 
Alexander Collins, Eleazer Dunham, Vine Starr, 
Francis Sage. 
(Annual meeting the third Monday in January.) 

NORV 1CH. 

Elisha H de, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Thom^ Fanning, esq. ! John Turner, esq. 
Simeon Thomas, esn. I Jac< b D< Witt, esq. 
Ch'& Lathrop, Clerk of City and of City Court. 
G 2 



7 8 

John Hyde, Treasurer. 
Benjamin Tracy,") c<™ii*v 
ohubael Breed, 3 

Common Council Men. 
^Mes*. Robert Manwarinc, Nathaniel Shipman, jii 
tMah Tracy, Zebediah Kyde, John Fanning, JoseSD 
W. Trxy. 

(Annual meeting the third Monday in April.) | 

COLLEGES, &c. 

— ««» ® •»-»■ — 

Yale College, New-Haven* 

Rev. Timothy D wight, D.D. President. 

Henry D'avis, Professor of Divinity. 

Jeremiah Day, Professor of Mathematics and JVai 

Ural Philosophy. 
Elizur Goodrich, Professor cf Law. 
Benjamin Siilhnan, Prcfessor of Chemistry andA'a 
iivral History. 

FELLOWS. 



Rev. Enoch Huntington, 
Josiah Whitney, d.d, 
B;,\ id Ely, , 
N. Williams* ;b..p« 
Ilez. Ripley, d.d 



Rev. Levi Hart, d.d. 
James Dana, d.d. 
JcS& Marsh, 

Noah Benedict, 
Nathan Strong, d.d, 



The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and six sen- 
ior Council, together with the foregoing Fellows 
constitute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 



Noyes Darling, 

John Hall, 

David A. Sherman. 



James L. Kingsley, 

James Stedman, 

George H®adJey, 

lathes Hillhouse, Treasurer* 
Nathan Beers, Steward* 
Elisha Ely, Butler* 



79 

Commencement^ second Wednesday of September. 
r acati '-ma, from Commencement six weeks ; from 
iie second Wednesday in January three weeks ; and 

e Wednesday before the second Thursday hi May 
uee weeks. 

k>rme£iicut Academy of Arts and Sci- 
ences. 
Rev. Timothy Dwjgiit, D.D. President. 
His Ex. Jo i\ ? a t h a n T ?l u m v> u l l , Vice-President. 

faTWSgL£QR&. 

Eneas Mvmson, m.d. 



Rev. Bela Hubbard. 



[on. John Treadwl 1 , 

[on. Ohaun. Goodrich, 

[eV. James Dana, d.d. 

fohnC. Smith, 1 

jioch Perkins, > Corresfionding Secretaries 

lavid Daggett, esqrs.j 
lijaac Beers, esq. Treasurer. 

Hop. Eliznr Goodrich, Xeejier of the Cabinet , and 
i Ubrariciiu 

Rev. Timothy D wight, d.d.} 

Hon. Eliznr Goodrich, V Comm. of Publication* 

Isaac Mills, esq. j 

Stephen Twining, esq. Keefter'qf Record?. 

Election of Officers, 4th Tuesday of Oct. annually. 

Chefture Epifcopal Academy, Conn, 

Rev. William Smith, d.d. Principal. 

Griswold, Assistant. 

Bacon Academy, Colchefter. 

John Adams, a. m. Preceptor. 
Daniel Haskel, a.b.7 t ■ 
Daniel Kellogg, jun. 5 ^^uctor^. 



§0 



&£US FEES* 



Joseph Isham, 
Roger Bulkeley, 
Daiiiel Watrous, 
Johii R. Watrous, 
Asa Bigelow, 
Ichabod L. Skinner 



His Ex. Jon a. Trumbull, 

Zephaniah Swift, 

Roger Griswold, 

Epaph. Champion, 

Henry Churning, 

Salmon Cone, 
Vacations— From the fir&t Thursday of January 
2 weeks ; first Thursday of May, two weeks ; and 
first Thursday of September, three weeks. 

Harvard Univerfi ty, Cambridge. 

— — ^ President. 

Commencement, the last Wednesday hi August, 

Brown Univerfity at Providence. 

Hon. Jabez go wen, esq. Chancellor. 

Rev. Asa Messer, President. 

Calvin Park, Professor of beamed Languages* 

Commencement* the first Wednesday in September. 

Vacations'. From the commencement four weeks. 

From the first Wednesday in January, six weeks* 

From the first Wednesday in May, three weeks. 

Dartmouth College, Hanover^ N.'H. 

Hon. John Wheelock, I*. L. D. President. 

Professor of Ect lesiastical History. 

Rev. John Smith, Professor of the Latin, Greek) 

Hebrew^ and other Oriental Languages* 
Hon. John Hubbard, Professor of Mathematics and 

Natural Phihsohhv. 
Roswell Shirtleff, A. M. Phillips Professor of The- 
ology* 
Hat^an Smith, M. D. Professor of Chemistry and 
Medicine. 

Commencement) the fourth Wednesday in Augusts 



8i 

Vacations, from Commencement four and an half 
*eks ; from the first Monday in January, eight and 
half weeks. 

A T illiamftown College, MafTachufetts. 
Rev. Eeenezer Fitch, D. D. President. 
Stephen West, D. D. Vice President. 
iii| Commencement Jhe first Wednesday in September. 
Vacations, from Commencement, five weeks ; 
om the third Wednesday in January, three weeks $ 
om the first Wednesday in May, three weeks. 



BANKS. 

HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, esq. President. 

Kormand Knox, Gashier* 

Directtrs. 



Thomas Bull, 
William Moseley, 
Nathaniel Terry, , 
Benjamin Bigelow* 



tfess. John Caldwell, 

John Morgan, 

Ephraim Root, 

George Goodwin, 

Ezekiel Williams jr. 
[Annual meeting of the Stockholders, second Thurs* 
day in June.] 

VISION BAMC, AEW-LOADON. 

Jedidiah Huntington, esq. President 
Robert Hallam, Cashier. 

3irectors* 

Mess. Jed. Huntington, j . James TiUey, 

Samuel Woodbridge, | Daniel Lathrop, 

George Hallam, j Jonathan Starr, 

Bela Peck, | Joseph Perkins, 



8* 



Samuel Mather. 
Eli as Perkins. 



Guy Richards, 
Joseph. Coit, 
Charles Bulkeley, 
[Annual meeting of the Stockholders, first Thur.j 
in June.] 

J\EW-1IA¥EA BAhK* 

Isaac Beers, esq. President. 
Willi- m Lyon, Cashier. 
Directors* 
Mess. Isaac Beers, En? as Munsor 

Joseph Brake, Et^a^zev Ku| 

Thaddeus Beecher, . E;ij.,h Thcmpsor 

AbtahaiTi Bradley, ' Frederick Hunt 

John Ivicoli, 
t Annual meeting of the Stockholders, nrst Tliii 
day in June.] 

JVORIVICH BJJVK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. President* 

Hczekiah Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors. 



&l?ss. Eben. Huntington, 
, Thomas Finning;, 

Joshua Huntington, 
Roger Bulkeley, 
Thomas Lalhrop, 
* Benjamin Snow, 
Simeon Breed, 



Jehn T* inter, 
Joseph Carevr, 
Uriah Tracey, 
Asa Fitch, 
Jabez Huntington* 
Jesse Brown, jr. 



MIDDLE IOWA BAJ\K. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. President, 
Timothy Southmayd, Cashier. 
Directors* 
Mes5. Elijah Hubbard, .NehrnT. Hubbard, 

Chaua. Whittkucy, | Sainusl Watkinsoi 



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Benjamin Williams, 
Ebenezer Sage, 
Daniel Wadsworth, 



JecL HuntiiigtQrtj 

Elias bhipman. 



VASIIIJS/GTON BANK, WESTERLY, i?./. 

Thomas Noyes, esq. President, 

Arnold Clark, Cashier. 
Directors* 
less. Thomas Noyes, 
William. Rhodes, 



Joseph Potfer, 

Ro wse Babcocl:., 
Edward Will coze, 
Thomas Xioxsu\ 
Jeremiah T a urston , 
Oliver Davis, 



EXCHANGE BANK, PRO?. 
Amos Throppi esq. Pre 

Stephen Jackson, Ca.: 

&ROmD£N&& BAA 

John Innis Clark, esq, i ; . 

Qlney W indsc r. Ca : 

RIIODE'ISLAB BANK, NE 
Caleb Gardiner, esq. Pi 
Moses Seixas, Cash: 

BRISTOL BANT, 

William Bradford, esq. I 

Peter Carpenter, Ca: 



am* 

■ilir.ga, 



Lord. 



!< : enr, 



feat, 



J7. STATES BANK. PffiLAJl E 
lnomas Willing, esq. 1 resi& 
George Sirapson*Cashier» 



u 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD. J 

John Caldwell, President, 
Ezekiel Williams, Secretary. 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW-HA7MN* 

Elias Shipman, President, 
Austin JDenison, Secretary. 

UNION INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW-LONDON, 

Jared Starr, President, 
Job Taber, Secretary, 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, NORWICH, 

Samuel Woodbridge, President, 
Shufeael Breed, Secretary. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, MIDDLE TOWN, 

Benjamin Williams, President, 
Asber Miller, Secretary, 

X£2 ±~ . , , ' ., ■ "M,., 1 , 1 ,*, , IBS . 

COUNTY SURVEYORS. 

CO UNTY F HA R TFORD. 

William Olmsted, of East-Hartford* 

COUNTY OF N& W-HA VE N. 

Nathan Redfield, of Guilford. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

Moses Warren, of Lyme. 

COUNTY OF FJRFIELD* 

Joseph Moss White, of Danbury, 



«5 



eouwrr of li7*chtielb 9 
Elizur Wright, of Canaan* 

COUN^TOF fOLLAND. 

Geo ge Gillet, of Hebron* 



COUNfr OF JVINDHAM. 

Lemuel Ingalls, of Pomfret. 



Town Clerks and Treafurers* 
IN CONNECTICUT. 



''own* 1 names. Town Clerks. 



\hhford, 

Motion, 

\3 ran ford) 

Bristol) 

Berlin, 

lozrah, 

Brookfield, 

Eethlem, 

pcrkhemfistcd^ls^AQ Jones, 

Brooklyn, 



Josiah Bylei, 
Saul Alvord, 
Samuel Gould, 
Enos Ives, 
Roger Raly, 
Eliph. Huntington 
C Chamberlain, 
Samuel Church, 



Nathan Howard, 

Gideon Wells, 

Eenajah Douglass, 

Zebuion Penfield, 

Judah Kellogg, 

Elijah Rockwell, 

Seth Colins, 

Daniel Wat reus, 

Rufus Hitchcock, 

Simeon Parsons, 

Joseph M. White, James Clark. 

John Humphrey, N. Buckingham* 



bventry, 

pant er bury, 

Canaan, 

Chatham, 

Cornwall, 

Colebroqk) 

Columbia, 

Colchester^ 

Cheshire, 

Durham, 

Banbury, 

Derby , 

J£a9hifaidam}Two 9 Gates^d, * " * # £T 



Town Treasurers* 

do. 

do. 

do. 
J. Bartholomew* 
Selah Hart. 
, do. 
Wait Northup. 
Nehe. Lambert* 
Joseph W ildezv 

do. 
do. 
do* 
do* 
do. 
do. 
do. 
John R. Watroui* 
do. 
do. 



86 

.East WindscrjA&von Eissell, 
Mnfieldy Euphalet Terry, 

Ha.sC/2artf0rdy Samuel Pitkin, 



Fdlirigton 

Hast" Haven, 

Fairfield, 

JZarmingtoriy 

Franklin, 

Greenwich, 

Grot on. 



Matihew Hyde, 
Jobiah Bradley, 



da. 
John Reynolds* k 

do. j }■ 

Levi Wells, jun J h 

do. ; 1 



Samuel Rowland, Elijah Abel. ' 

John Mix, Koadiah Hooker 

Eli Hyde, do. 

Jabez Fitch, 

Amos Geer, do. 

Glastenburyy John Ha.e, , Gideon Hale, juiu 

Guilfordy Jonathan Fowler, 

Goshen, Adino Hale, do. 

Granbijy Judah Holcomb, jr. 

Jfartfordy Samuel Wyllys, And- Kingsbury, 

J-Iebrohy : Sylvester Gilbert, Roger Fuller* 

Haddaniy Nehe, Brainard, do. 

Hamvingtotty Gaylord, do. 

Hartlandy Prince Taylor, 2d.Titus Haze. 

Hamden, Simeon Bristol, 

Hampton, Ebenezer Mosely, do. 

Hunting ton, Elisha Mills, do. 

Kiliingly, Sampson Howe, Ezra Curtis*. 

Kiiling worthy Abraham Pierson, John Hail. 

Kent, Julius Casweii, 

Lebanon, Elisha Hutchinson, do. 

Litchfield) Moses Seymour, James Gould* 

Lyme, David F. Sill, Elihu Ely. 

Lisbon, JedediihBurnham, do. 

Milfordy Gid- Buckingham, 

Middletown, John Fisk, Elijah Hubbard. 

Mansfieldy Cons. South worth, do. 

Montville, A- F. Bradford, Atwell Chapel. 

Yew-Haven, 



Elisha Munson, 
Yorth- Haven, Joseph Pierpont, 
J\ A cw-Mi{fbrd, Elisha Bostwick, 
j\. Harford, Joseph Loomis, 
AeW'Londefy Samuel Bielden, 



Nathan Beers. 

Abel Hine. 
Elias Kellogg. 
Daniel Deshoik 



*7 



Yortvich, Phillip Huntington, A. Huntington. 
Yorwalk, Sam'IGrumn ond, do. 
Yew FairficldP'eter Penfiekl, do. 

\ew-Canaarii Samuel St. John, 

Caleb Baldwin, Gideon Botsford. 

Asahel Humphrey, do. 

Abel Wheeler, 

Squier Cady, Ebenezer Eaton. 

Da.n'1 Morgan, jun. do. 



Samuel Waldo, 
Jos. A. Wright, 
Seth S. Smith, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Elihu Canfield, 



do. 
do. 
do. 
Nathan Smith. 



Stephen Avery, 2d.John Denisoa. 
Dudley Pettibone, Dudley Pettibonfti 
Oliver Pease, 



Asa Hut chin son , 
Robert Walker, 
Samuel Blodget, 
Zephaniah Pratt, 
John Hoyt, jun. 
Samuel Canfield, 
Jabez Collins, 
John Curtiss, 
Increase Mosely, 
Asa Montgomery, 
Penor i Shepherd, 
Eli-ikiin Beach, 
Eiisha Smith, 
Nathaniel Mills, 
Robert Lawson, 



Samuel Mocrc. 
do. 

Jonathan Lay. 

do. 
Silas St. John. 
Noah Pease. 

Aaron Hinmar*. 

do. 

do. 
S*Middlebrook« 

do. 

do. 

do. 



lames Alexander, Eben. Campbell* 



Wethersfidd, S W. Williams, 
Windham, Hezekiah Ripley, 
W 'a trrbnrth Jr >hn Kin gsbnry , 
Walling ford, G. W. Stanley, 
Windsor Eiisha N, Sill, 



Appleton Robbing 

do. 
Phineh'-s Porter* 
B.'Tutt'e. 
Daniel Giilet. 



88 

Woodstock^ Jedediah Morse, do. 

Willington, Elijah Holt, 

Woodbury, Nathan Preston, Matthew Mine! 

Washington, D. N. Brinsmade, Samuel Leavitt 

Water town, Aner Bradley, do. 

Winchester, Eliphaz Alvord, Robert M'Ewe 

Woodb ridge, Andrew Osborne, do. 

Warren, John Talmadge, do. 

Weston, Nathan Wheeler, do. 

Wolcett, Isaac Brunson, do. 

Waterford, Stephen Maynard,Galeb Raymond 



Minifters and Churches, 
•m THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



COUNTY OF 

Hartford* 
Rev.Natha\iStrong,D.D. 

Abel Flint, 

Nathan Perkins, D.D. 

MenzieS Rayner, E» 

Vacant, B. 

Berlin. J. Smalley, D.D. 

Eenoni Upson, 

Evan Johns, 

Plurality, E. 

Bristol, Giles H. Cowles, 

Jonathan Miller, 

A. Stillman, 

Daniel Wildman, 
Mast- Hartford, 

Andrew Yates, 

Salmon King, 

Alas Brumley, 
fast- Windsor, 

David M'Clure, D.D. 

Shubaol Bartlett. 



B. 
B. 



B. 



HARTFORD. 

Enfield, 

Nehemiah Prudden, 

Vacant. 
Farmington, 

Joseph Washburn, 

Rufus Hawley, 
Glastenburt/y 

Vacant, 

Vacant. 
Granhy, Isaac Porter, 

Whiteneld Cowles, 

Vacant, 
Hart land, Aaron Chun 

Nathaniel Gaylord. 
Southington, 

William Robinson, 

Plurality, 
1 Vacant, 
Sufficld, Ebenezer Ga; 

Daniel Waldo, 

Joha Hastings, 



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Siintbury, S. Stebbins. 
Jeremiah Hallock, 
Vacant, E, 

Vacant, fi. 

niVethersJield, 
John Marsh, 

HI Joshua Beklen 
Joab Brace, 

COUNTY OF 
J\'eiv- Haven. 
Rev. James Dana, D. D. 
Samuel Marwin, 

A. Jarvis, D. D. E 

B. Hubbard, D.D. E. 
NoahWilliston. 

Branford, Vacant, 

Miltthew Noyes, 

Saniuel Eells, 

Barber, E 

Vacant. 
'Cheshire, John Foot, 

Oliver Hitchcock, 
^ Reuben Ives, E- 

'Derby, Vacant, 

Calvin White, E- 

Plurality, E. 

Abner Smith. 



Mast- Haven 



Nicholas Street, 
Vacant, E. 

'Cuilfordy 

Israel Brainard, 
John Elliot, 
Thomas Wells Bray, 
"Vacant, 



Calvin Chapin. 
Windsor, 
Henrv A. Rowland, 
William F. Miller, 
Vacant, 

Abel Gillet, B. 

Fred Chapman, B» 



NEW-flAVEK. 

N^th'l B. Burgess, E* 
Havidcn, Vacant, 

Abraham Allir.g, 
Mil ford, Beza Piaeo, 

Sherman Johnson, 

Vacant, E» 

JVcrth- Haven, 

B. Trumbuil, D. D. 

Plurality, E. 

Oxford, David Bronson, 

Plurality, E. 

Woodbridge, 

Claudius Herrick, 

Isaac Jones, jun, 
Wallingford, 

James Noyes, 

Erastus Ripley, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, £• 

Vacant, B. 

Vacant, B% 

Water bury, 

Holland Weekl, 

Tillotson Brunson, "Em 

Vacant, 

Ira Hart, 



H 2 



Plurali&jr, 



E 



TVolcott, 
Is. B. Woodward. 



COUNTY OF 

Jsicw -London* 
Rev. Henry Chaining, 

Charles Seabury, E. 

Samuel West, B. 

Bozrah) Jona. Murdock, 

Vacant, B. 

Gelc/iester, Salmon Cone, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, B. 

Asa Wilcox, B. 

Franklin, Samuel Nott. 
GrotoH) Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, i C- 

Silas Burrows, B. 

John G. Whitman, B 
Lisbon, Levi Kelson, 
s And rev/ Lee, 

Ames Reed, B. 

Xt/w,Lathrop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 



NEW-LONDON. 

David Huntington, 

Jason Lee, 

Vacant, 
Malborough, Vacant || 
Montvillt , Abishai Ald<| 

Reuben Palmer, 
Norwich, Joseph StroiI 

John Tvler, L 

Walter King, 

John.Sterry, I 

Preston, Lemuel Tyleil 

Levi Hart, D. D. 

Vacant, 

Plurality, ] 

Vacant, ( 

Tho's Goddard, ] 
Stonington^ Vacant. 

Vacant. 

Christo. Avery, ( 

Peleg Randall, I 

Simeon Brown, I 

Spooner, I 

WaterfvrdfL Darrow, I 



COUNTY OF 

Fairfield. 

Vacant, 
Rev. Hez. Ripley, D. D. 

Horace Holly, 

Phtfc Shelton, E- 

Vacant, B. 

Brookfiddy Vacant, 

Plurality, E* 

Eanbunjy Israel Ward, 



FAIRFIELD. 

John Ely, 

Vacant, I 

Eben. White, Sand. 
Nathan Buckley, I 
Vacant, I 

Greenwich, Sturge! 

Isaac Lewis, D, D. 
Piatt Buffet, 
Plurality, E 



■ 



r untington, David Ely, 

Elisha Rexford, 

Ambrose Todd, E. 
hew-Canaan, 

Justus Mitchell, 

Plurality, E. 

cw- Fair field, 

Medad Rogers. 

'ewiown* Jehu Clark, 

Daniel Burhans, E. 

John Sherman, B. 

!W omon Glover, U. 
\Norvjcilk) 

Matthias Burnet, D.D. 
WMtlock, E. 
JRcad?'ng,T$aXh'\ Bartlett, 

Vacant, E 

Midgfield, S.;Goodrich, 

Vacant, 

COUNTY OF 

Windham. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

John Palmer, C. 

Vacant, B. 

Mhford, Enoch Pond, 

William Storrs, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, B. 

John Rathbun, B. 

' Brooklyn , 

Josiah Whitney, D. D. 

Daniel Fogg, E. 

Canterbury, Vacant, 

Erastus Learned. 
If tempt on, 
' Ludoyicus Weldy 



Vacant, Bi 

Plurality, E. 

Sherman, 

Maltby Gelston. 
Stamford, Daniel Smith, 

Moses Mather, D- D. 

Amzi Lewis, 

Vacant, E. 

Ebenezer Ferris, B. 
Stratford, 

Stephen W. Stebbins, 

Ashbel Baldwin, E. 

Vacant, 

Asahel Morse, B. 

Trumbull, Vacant. 
Weston, James Johnson, 

John Noyes, 

Plurality, E# 

Wilton, Vacant. 

WINDHAM. 

Abel Palmer, B. 
Killingltfs Elisha Atkins, 

Israel Day, 

Vacant, 

Peter Rogers, B. 
Lebanon, Zebulo^ Ely, 

William B, Ripley, 

Thorns- Brockway, 

John Gurley, 

Vacant 
Mansfield, Vacant, 

Moses C. Welch, 
Plain field, Joel Benedict, 

STathan?el Cole, B. 
Pomfret, Asa King, 

W r alter Lvon. 
Sterling, Va^st, 



$■ 



• Thomfiaon, Dan'l Dow, 
Pierson Crosby, B. 
Voluntotvn, Va. Va. 
WoQdstcckyE\irA\.L,ym'<xn 

COUNTY ©F 

Rev. Judah Champion, ? 

Dan Huntington, 3 

Amos Chase, 

Joseph E. Camp, 

Vacant, 

Truman Marsh, E. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 3. 

Bethlcm, Azel Backus. 
' Bcrkhempstal, 

Ozia» Eells, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, B. 

Colebrook, Chaun. Lee. 

Rufus Babcock, B. 
Canaan , Cowles, 

Prentice, 

Vacant, E. 

Cornwall, Timo. Stone, 

■ Hawes, 

Gosh< n, Asahel Hooker. 
Harnvinton, 

Joshua William?, 

Vacant, E. 

Kent, Joel Board well. 
New-Milford, Vacant, 

Vacant. E. 

Nciv-Hartfo rd, 

Arnasa Jerome, 

Vacant, B. 

Nor/tiki 

AmifclR.Rtf>t>ins. 



William Graves, ^ 

Alvin Underwood,' » 
Amos Wells, 



LITCHFIELD. 

Plymouth, 

Simeon Waterman 

Plurality, I 

Roxbury, 

Zephaniah Swift, 

Plurality, 

Vacant, V 

Isaac Fuller. B 

Sharo n , Cotton M . Smith 

Daniel Parker. 
Salisbury, 

Joseph W. Crosman 
Southbury, 

Benjamin Wildman| 

Vacant. 
lorrington, 

Alexander Gil! et, 

Samuel J. Mills. 
Washington, 

Ebenezei* Porter, 

Jeremiah Day, 

Plurality, 

Plurality, E. 

Warren, Peter Starr, 

Vacant, B. 

Water town, 

Uriel Gridley, 

Chauncey Prindle^Et 
14 oodbury, 

TSToah Benedict, 

Vacant, E. 



ired 



Winchesters 

Archibald Basset, 



*>3 



Vacant, 
Isaac Bellows, 



»: 



COUNTY OF 
Middlttoivn* 
lev. Enoch Huntington, 

C. Merriarii, E- 

Ger shorn Bulkley, 

Vacant, 

Thomas Minor, 

Vacant, 

Joseph Graves, C 

V.B. Moffat, B. 

Chatham, 

C y prinn Strong j D.D. 

David Selden, 

Joel West, 

Smith Miles, E. 

Vacant, B. 

Durham, David Smith. 

Plurality, E, 



MIDDLESEX. 

East-Haddarn, 
Elijah Parsons, 
William Lyman, 
Joseph Vail, 
Solo. Bl icks*ee, E. 
Sim- Dickinson, B. 

Fladdam, David D>Field. 

Killing worth, 

Achilles Mansfield, 
Josiah B. Andres* 

Say brook, 

F. VV. Hotchkiss, 
Richard Ely, 7 
Aaron Hovey,^ 
Thomas Rich, 
Sam o el Mills, 
Plurality, E# 

George At well, B. 



Tolland* 
Rev. N. Williams, D J). 
Bolton, George Olton, 

Ebenezer Kellogg* 
I Covent7'i/j Abiel Abbot, 

Epti. T. Woodruff, 

Royal Tyler. 
Elltogton, 

Diodate Brcckway, 
Hebron, Amos Basset*, 

Nathan Gillet, 



COUNTY OF TOLLAFD. 



Vacant, Ik 

Vomers, ^Vacant. 
Stafford, 

Sohn Willard, D.D# 

Isaac. Foster, 

Vacant. 
Union, Vacant. 
Willingtmi, 

Ilubbil Loom is, 
4 David Lillibridge, B. 



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rxmrMKs of ?he miss ion art sociEfr of cox- 

NECflCUT: 

His hon, John Tread well, hon. Oliver Ellsworth, 



94 

Soger Newberry, Aaron Austin, Jonathan Br 1 
John Davenport, esq'rs. The Rev. Benjamin T 
bull, d.d. Levi Hart, d.d. Cvprian Strong. d.d 
than Strong, d.d. Nathan Periins, hb> and El 
Parsons. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer, 
John Porter, esq. Auditor. 

Medical Society. 



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At the Annual Convention of the Fellows of Lm> 

Medical Society of Connecticut^ holder: at Jwq 

Haven, Oct. 1 6th and Iftk, 1805. 

THE following Members were chest n into o; ! 
£ce the ensuing year: 

Doct. Jeremiah West, President. 
Doct. J a red Potter, Vice-President 
» Doct. William B. Hall, Treasurer. 
Doct. John Barker, Secretary. 

The Convention appointed a Committee con« 
Sisting of the following Members of the Society 
riz. Doctors Levi Ives, John Barker, JVoadiak 
IZotchkiss, and Eli Ives, to select from the manu- 
script Pieces, on Medical Subjects, now in th< 
hands of the secretary, such as they shall thinl 
worthy of publication ; they also Voted, That the 
Clerks of the several County Meeting be desirec 
to transmit to the Secretary all manuscript Pie- 
ces in their hands, and that the several members 
of the Society throughout the State, be desired tc 
collect all such pieces as they can obtain, anc 
transmit the same for the aforesaid puppose. 

Ordained by this Convention, that if any Mem- 
ber o-f this Society, shall make and vend any .V<?«- 



9 s 

:m, after the 1st day of January next, and being 
Tii|:reof convicted, shall be expelled the Society, 
Mr former By-law of this Convention to the con* 
Bj vy notwithstanding: 

The Examining Committees for the respective 

unties are as follows, viz. 

Dectors Leonard Bacon, John Bestor and Eli 

>dd, fur the County of Hartford. 

Decors Joseph Foot, Thomas Goodsell and E* 

ves, for the County of New-Haven, 
octors Avery D jwner, John O. Miner and 

lornas Coit, jun, for the County of New-Lon- 

I n - 

Doctors Bennett Ferry, Gideon Shepherd and 
seph Trowbridge, for the County of Fairfield. 
Doctors Siah Fuller, Thaddeus Clark and Jos* 
h Palmer, for the County of Windham. 
Doctors Samuel Woodward, Nathaniel Perry 
d Jesse Currington, for the County of Litch- 
kl. 

Doctors Elisha blather, Smith Clark and Levi 
r ard, for the County of Middlesex. 
Doctors Nathan Howard, Ruggles Carpenter 
d John S. Peters, for the County of Tolland. 
Voted to adjourn the Convention to the first 
Wednesday after the second Thursday in Octo> 
:r next, then to meet at the house of Mr. Mor* 
m 5 Inn-keeper, in New-Haven. 

Test. JOHN BARKER, See'iy. 



9° 
Society of Free-Mafons. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge of Conncctict 
A. L. 5805— 16, 
Most Worshipful Stephen T*Hosmer, Grand Mas4 
Right Worshipful Dayid Daggett, dg m. 
Worshiptul Samuel Bellamy, s . g w. 
Worshipful Samuel Whittlesey, j.g.w. 
<* Heary Champion, g.t. 
John Mix, g.s. 
David Baldwin, s.g.d. 
Taylor Sherman, j.g.d. 
Moses Cleaveknd, G. Marshall- 
Right Rev. Abram Jarvis, ©. d. Grand Chaplaii 

Officers of LErutr Grand ChapTcr. 

Samuel Bellamy, d.gho*. 

John Mix, d.«.k. 

Peter Johnson, d.g s- 

JohnR. Watrous, d-gt. 

Rev. John Tyler, d.g. Chaplain. 

Chapters of Royal Arch Mafoiu, 
IN CONNECTICUT. 
Hiram Chapter, Newtown. 
Solomon Chapter, Derby. 
Washington Chapter, Middletown* 
Franklin Chapter, Norwich 
Vanden Broek Cnnme^ , Colchester* 
Franklin Chapter, Nev; -Haven. 
Union Chapter, New -London. 

Matters' Lodges in Connecticut. 



i^o. 1 Hiram,New-Haven. 
2 St. John's, Middletown 



Q St. John's, BridgporU 6 St. Johns, Norwalk. 



4 St. John's, Hartford* 

5 Union, Gi eenwich. 



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K. Solomon's, Woodbury 
St. John's, Stratford. 
Compass, Wallingford. 
I Wooster, Colchester. 

St. Paul's, Litchfield. 

King Hiram, Derby. 

3 Montgomery , Sali sbury . 

4 Frederick,Farmington. 

5 Moriah, Canterbury. 

6 Temple, Cheshire. 

7 Federal, Watertown. 

8 Hiram, Newtown. 
; 9Washington,HunJtington 

JO Harmony, Berlin. 

1 St. Peter's, N.Milford. 

2 Hart's, Woodbridge. 
~ St. James' Preston. 

>4 Uriel, Tolland. 
'5 Columbia, Stepney. 
16 Columbia, E. Haddam. 



27RisingSun,Washington. 

28 Mor. Star, E- Windsor. 

29 Village, W. Simsbury. 

30 Day Spring, Hamden. 

31 Union, New-London. 

32 MeridianSun, Warren. 

33 Friendship,Southingtoa 

34 Somerset, Norwich. 

35 Aurora, Harwington. 

36 St. Marks, Granby 

37 Western Star, Norfolk. 

38 St. Albans, Guilford. 
59 Ark, Weston. 
40 Union, Danbury. 

'41 Federal, Brookfield. 

42 Harmony, Waterbury. 

43 Trinity, lulling worth. 

44 E. Stai\Leb. 8c Win. 

45 Pythagoras, Lyme. 

46 PutnaKi, Pomfrct. 



*?s» 



Militia of Connecticut. 



3is Excellency Jona-than Trumbull^ E^uir«i 

Captain General and Commander in Chie;. 

Hon. Johkt Tread well, esquire, Lieut. General. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Adjutant General. 

John Mix, esq. Quartern-Master General, 

_ol Jabez Huntington, 7 dids de Cavifi to the Com" 

Col. Daniel Wadsworth,3 mander in Chief. 

THE GOVERNOR'S GUARDS- 

M Hartford, 
Horse. Henry Seymour, Commandant. 

Thomas Sanford, jun. First Lieutenant* 
David Qrcenleaf, Second Lieutenant* 



98 

Samuel Ledlie, Cornet. 
Michael Olcott, Quarter-Master* 
Foot. Nathaniel Terry, Captain. 

Elias Morgan, First Lieutenant, 
James Goodwin, Second Lieutenant* 
Horace Wads worth, Ensign* 

Afeiv-ffaven. 
Jeremiah At water, 3d- Captain, 
Timothy Chittenden, Lieutenant, 
Luther Bradley, Ensign. 



Firfl Divifion. 

Consisting of the First and Seventh Brigades, j 
Shubaei Griswold, esq. Major- General. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

John Phillips, esq. Brigadier General. 
Henry Watson, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
1st. Regiment. Timothy Burr, esq. Lt, Col. Cora 
Elijah Terry, 1st Major. 
Allen Mf Mather, Adjutant. Henry A. Rowland 
Chaplain. Asael Nearing, Quarter-Master. Johi 
Sergeant, Pay-Master. Dwell Morgan, Surgeon 
Elijah Taylor, Surgeon's Mate. 

€a/itains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Matrass. 

Henry Hall, 1st. Lieut. William Chadwick, 2d, Lt 

Wm. Wads worth Christ. Ripley, TrumanCrocker 
J-rij ah Barber, Ezekfel Palmer, Allyn M.Mather 
Alfred Janes, John C. Bull, Abel Peck. 
George Belden, R.S.Mather, Levi Hayden, jr, 
Joseph Whiting, Steph, Scdgwick,John Seymour, jr 



99 

Captains* Lieutenant*. Ensigns* 

jfohn Griswold, Noah Gi iswold, Levi Griswold. 

[ra Clark, David Gillet, Stephen Brown. 

S. Stoughton, jun. Luther Fitch, Asael Nearing. 
fames Bigelow, Jeste Lyman, Vacant. 

18th regt. William Wilcox, Lt. Col, Commandant. 
Noah A. Phelps, 1st Major. Samuel Clark, 2d Maj. 

Moses Case, Adjutant. Samuel Stebbins, Chaplain. 
Arnold Humphreys, Quarter-Master. E. Bates, 
Fay-Master, Horace Hillyer, Surgeon. Gideon 
Case, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains* Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

O. Pettibone, jr. John Benjamin, Ebcn- Holcomb. 
Aaron Post, E. Clem mends, Enoch Buttles. 

Wait Latimer, J. Pettibone, jun. Moses Case. 
Shubael Hoskins, Calvin Barber, Elias Vining. 

Vacant, tlorace Phelps, James Forward. 

Joseph Dyer, A. P- Humphries, A. Wilcox, 
Selah Bacon, Asa Higley, Samuel Waters, 

George Case, Dudley Mills, Rcbcrt Wilcox. 
H. Hclcomb, jr. Jesse P. Holccmb.John Viets. 
J. Griswold, jun, Hez. Goodwin, Joseph Goodwin. 

J 9th regt, Charfe Jencks, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
John Watson, jun. 1st Maj, Ezra Erainai <h 2d Maj. 
• Jacob Strong, Adjutant. Andrew Yates, Chaplair . 
Lebeus P. Tinker, Quarter- Master. Stephen B. 
Goodwin. Pay-Master? AUvn Hyde. Sureeon. EIe» 
azer M'Cra, Surgeon's Mate" 

Matro-ss Cum/ am?. 
John Kennedy, Captain. Jarces'Belden, 1st Lieut. 
Joseph Pitkin, 2d Lieut, Nathan' Pitkin, Sd Lieut. 
Captains, Li^utenar, ts. insigVis^ 

' Light Infantry. 
DanielHavden.jr. Wa\ eha m Pc rt€ r.Jecre Charlton, 
Jona. Eucklantlj E. Euckland, Benj. Allen. 






iOO 

Cap-tains* Lieutenant*. JUmigns* 

John Spencer, jr.N. Olmsted, Martin Stanley,* | 
Amos Pasko, Henry Allen, Theo. Pasko. 
Ephfaim Isham, Richard Skinner,Sylvanus Carve 
Samuel Brewer, Wait Hills, John Abbe, jun- 

Joseph Abbot, jr. Daniel Hyde, 4 Nath'l Warner, 
Elisha Olcott, Alex. M' Clean, AmosBuckland 
Oliver Hunt, Fran. M 'Clean, 
Samuel Hall, Nathaniel Field, 
John Stoughton, Benj. Loomis, 
Samuel Morley, Elisha Keeney, 



John A. Hall. 
Ja's W. Skinnei 
Oliver Clark 
Daniel Griswoldi 



3 



22d rrgt. Samuel Whittlesey, Lt. Col. Comm'dtl 
Tubal Case, 1st Major. Eliakin; Chapman, 2d Ma}] 
Set? i Eaton, Adjutant. Abial Abbot, Chaplain, 
Eleazer Pomeroy, Quarter-Master. Samuel Griggs 
Pay-Master. Gurdon. Thompson, Surgeon. Daniel 
Peck, Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrosa Company* 
Thomas Fox, Captain. Rowland Lothrop, 1st Lt» 
Ichabod Lothrop, 2d Lieutenant. 

Captains* Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

Mildad Curtiss, Cephas Brigham,Roger Strong. 
Robert Needh am , John Johnson, Samuel Strong. 
Ezra Chapman, John Bliss, Andrew Gager. 

Joseph Crocker, William Curtiss, LutherCrawibrd. 
David Lawson, Timo. Newhall, Vacant. 

ShubaelBrewster, Vacant. 

David Gay, David Hunt. 

Simon Chapman, Elijah Smith. 

Ther. Carpenter,Joseph Smith. 



Noah Porter, 
Joseph Ellis, 
Ezra Rawdin, 
Alden Blodget, 



Reuben Bradley, William Eaton, Vacant. 

31st regt. Asaph Terry, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Julius Granger, 1st Ma]. Oliver L. Phelps, 2d Maj. 
Gaius Pease, Adjutant. Nehemiah Pruden, Chap- 
lain. Gustavus Austin, Quarter-Master. Gamaliel 
Kent, Pay -Master. Howard Alden, Surgeon. John 
Wood, Surgeon's Mate. 



to, Captain** 



1 01 

Jranitcnants. Fnuig*** 

Light Irjantry. 
'Lot Killam, Robert Merriscn.Ephraim Potter* 

lt ' JThad.Leavittfjr.Pal. A. Burbank, Ebcn. Burbank. 

Jpeth Phelps, Samuel Hall, jun Josiah Sheldon. 
1 golem on Alien, George Terry, Sam '1 Pease, jun. 
Samuel Pomroy, John Ford, William Cook* 

Moses Allen, jun. Elam Pease, Gaius Pease. 
k. Kibbe, jun. Vasfrm flail, jun. Silas Newcomb. 
Oliver Parsons, Gustavus Austin, J. Lewis, 
"oseph. Fuller, Nath'l Eement, John Granrer. 
M. Griffin, jun. Eli Trumbull, jr. Israel Fhelps. 



Wirst Frghnent of Cavalry y annexed to 1st Brigade 

Joseph Utley, Lieut. Ccl. Commandant. 
Amos Alclen, Major. Thaddeus Moran, Adju 
tant. Amenzies Rayner, Chaplain. Nathaniel Hook* 
er, Quarter -Master- Benjamin Bailey, Surgeon 
John Howard, Surgeon's Mate* 



1st Company 
David Grant, Captain. 
| Solomon Ensighn, IstLt. 
Seth Goodwin, 2d Lt. 
Joseph Cculten, Cornet. 

2d Company. 
James Dibble, Captain. 
Austin Phelps, 1st Lieut. 
Samuel Scott, 2d Lieut. 
ErastusIWhvell, Cornet. 

3d Companv. 
Wm. Thompson, Capt. 
Jonathan Bartlett, 1st Lt. 



James Harper, ]\\ 2d Lt, 
Vacant, Cornet. 
4th Company. 
Sad P^ge, Captain. 
Jan es Eaton, 1st Lieut* 

Vacant, 2d Lieut. 
Joseph Holt, Cornet. 
5th Company. 
Thaddeus Spencer, Capt. 
Solomon Billings, 1st Lt. 

Vacant, 2d Lieut. 
Rufus Granger, Cornet, 



** 



SE VEJYTH BRIGADE. 

Solomon Cowles, esq. Brigadier General, 

Lbenezer S. Gleason, Brigade Major and InspectiL 

6th aKGT. Levi Lusk, Lieut, Col. Commandan] 
Simeon North, 1st Major. George Sellew, 2d MajcjL 

Se^ah Buckley, Adjutant. Wm. Lock wood, Chalfi 
lain. Jonathan Stoddard, Quarter-Master. Eben 
zer Hale, Pay-Master, Asaph Coleman, Surgeoil 
Julius Coleman, Surgeon's Mate. 

Gafitains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Salmon North, Tho's Coleman, Jacob Dix. 
James Francis, William Talcott,Simeon Francis,]) 
Samuel Sellew, James Sellew, Asa Talcott. 
Daniel Deming, Ralph Buckley, El. Goodrich. 
Robert Francis., Jona. Stoddard, James Wells. 
I). E. Hubbard, Tho's Hollister, Eleazer Goodale' 
Elij \h Uoclge, Oliver Hale, Daniel Caswell, j 
Levi Hart." Elias Beckley, Selah Beckley. 

15th 7* EOT. Daniel Tillotsom Lieut. Col. Comdt. 
Tb.ec. Fettibcne, 1st Mai. Elijah Munross, 2d Maj. 
John P, TrcadweU, Adjutant. Joseph Washburn, 
Chaplain. Gad Stanley, Quarter-Master. Calvin" 
Butler, Fay -Master. James Percival, jun. Surgeon, 
Titus Merriman, Surgeon's Mate. 
Matrons. 
David Newell, Captain. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Light Infantry. 
Giles Lanckton, Raswell More, Martin Potter. 

Grenadiers. 
Joseph Dutton, George Porter, Samuel Jones. 

Luther Seymour, J. "P. Tread well, Asa North, jun. 
Beth Cowles. Stephen Copies, Vacant. 
Aaron Hart, Justus Francis, WiWam Smith. 
Salmon Norton, F,li Lewis, Richard Parker. 

Joseph Finch, Avery Clarke^ Allen Clarke. 



raj, J Ca/itains. Lieutenants. Ensigns* 

ispfljbadiah Gillet, Ezekiel Hosford, Samuel Alford. 

Jeth Peck, Eli Conawell, John Beckwith. 

n^Jjrael Dorman, Ralph Humphry, Hun Andruss. 

Cy3d rkgt. Seth Overton, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
?jj e jElisha Coe, 1st Major. Enoch Huntington, 2d Ma. 
' r Joel Hall, jun. Adjutant. S. Miles, Chaplain. Jehn 
r arner, Quarter-Master. Seth Overton, jun. Pay- 
aster. William B. Hall, Surgeon. John Rich- 
ond, Surgeon's Mate. Asahel Pclton, Serjeant Ma- 
r. Nathan Gillum, Quarter-Master Serjeant. 
Ca/itains. Lieutenants. Lnsig?is* 

Light Infantry. 
A 7 illiam Russell, Samuel Bemont, Nathan Wilcox, 
j Kebulon Penfield.Jeremiah Taylor ,Ch's Churchill. 

fsaac Bacon, A.Seymour, H. Treadway. 
Fosiah Sasie, William Gaylord,Abijah Savage. 

E- Chamberlain, Selden Smith, Stephen Blake. 
(Daniel White, Joel Hall, jun. Wm. P. Pelton. 
Toseph Dart, Gideon Arnold, Asa Brainard. 
Oliver Bailey, I. Miller, jun.. William Bivins. 
JJabez Hall, 2d. Enos Brawn, Oliver Brainard* 
Michael Stewart,George Shepard,Samuel Butler. 
'Naboth Lewis, John Warner, Jed'h Hubbard. 

24th regt. Daniel Worthington, Lt. Col. Comdt. 
Josiah Griffin, 1st Major. John Isham, jun. 2d Maj. 
Henry Worthington, Adjutant. William Lyman, 
chaplain. Elias W. Newton, quarter-master." No- 
ah B. Foot, surgeon. Joseph R. Andruss, surgeon's 
mate. Noah Newton, Serjeant major. 

Ca/itains. Lieutenants, Lnsigns. 

Samuel P. Lord, Richard Green, Joseph Church. 
Daniel Jones, Sala Jones, A. Worthington. 

Jona. Gillett, Ralph Isham, Gurdon Bulkelev, 
Asahel Otis, William Morgan,Abel Rathbun. " 



104 

Captains* Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

Wm. Br^inard, Win. Stephenson Justin Day. 
Oliver Church, Nath'l Emmons, Dioiate Lord. 
Jonah Gates, Sylv. Chapman, Darius Brainar 
Gardner Gallup, Uriah Spencer, David G. Oiis. 



II 



I 



Seventh Regime?: I of Cavalry. 

. Joseph Galpin, Lt. Col. Cominandant. 

William S. Jadd, Major. Martin Cowles, Adji 

tant. Calvin Chapin, chaplain Morris Mc'Nair; 

quarter-master. S imuel Gibson, pay-master. Hei 

ry Wads worth, surgeon. Fenn Iteming, surgeon 



mate. 

1st Company * 
David Deminej, captain, 
Ethan H. Willev, 1st It. 
William Wright, 2d It. 
Edmund Clark, cornet. 

2d Company. 
James Plumb* captain, 
Josiah Johnson, 1st lt. 
Jacob Wilcox, 2d It. 
Elkha Kirby. cornet. 

3d Company* 
Solomon Fisk, captain, 
Mark Lewis, 1st lieut. 
Moses Button, 2d lieut. 

Vacant, Cornet. 



A,£h Company. 
Gad Cowles, captain, 
Martin Cowles, 1st lieut 
Tho'sH. Wadsworth 2d 
Titus Bidwell, cornet. 

5th Company* 
Leonard Wells, captain^, 
Samuel Gibson, 1st It. 
Abraham Crane, 2d It* 
Wm. Goodrich, cornet. 

6th Company. 
Jona. Bowers, captain, 
Elijah Clarke, 1st lieut. 
Morris Mc'Nairy, 2d It, 
Eleaz. Goodrich, cornet. 



Second Divifion, 
Consisting of the 2d and 4th Brigades. 
Joseph Walker, esq. Major-General, 
> Aids de Cam/; 

SECOjVZ) brigade* 

Anrfreir Hull. iun. esq. Brigadier General, 
Amasa Hitchcock, jr. Brigade Major and Inspector? 



10*5 

% I 3 

Regt. Amos Bradley, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
3rd, John Hubbard, 1st Major. John P. Austin, 2d Maj. 
iiiarJElihu Munson, Adjutant. James Dana, Chaplain. 
)iis,]aphtali Daggett, Quarter-Master. Abraham Brad* 
, 3d, Pay-Master. Levi Ives, Surgeon. Josiah 
>ot, Surgeon's Mate. 

Artillerxj Company. 
Captain. Hezekiah Howe, 1st Lieut, 
aipjjodowick De Forest, 2d Lieutenant. 
M Gafitahis. Lieutenants. Emigns. 

ofl'jharlesBostwick,John Scott, Amos Benedict, 

ansom Linds, Elisha Hull, Lucius Allen. 

Nathan Andrews,Lui Potter, jun. 
Nathan Piatt, Philemon Smith. 
Nathan Marks, Thomas Brocket. 
Jesse Andrews, Selah Thorp, 
.nos Dickerman,AllenDickerman.Lev. Dickermaiu 
Jason Woodin, Levi Gorham. 



iaac Brown, 
tmah Merrick, 

ntiaacC. Stiles, 
yltcob Bassett, 



;h Regt. George Morgan, Lt.Col. Commandant. 
Joseph Hill, 1st Major. Timothy Crane, 2d Maj. 
Clark Nott, Adjutant. Frederick W. Hotchkiss, 
Chaplain. Timothy Starkey, 2d, Quarter-Master, 
ieorge Pratt, Pay -Master. Samuel Carter, Sur- 
eon. James Porter, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns* 

ilisha Sill, Elias Jones, Augustus Chalker 

ohnBrainard,2d,Ste. Dickinson, Oba. Dickinson. 
Vtistin Olcott, John Peck, John Stanton, 

EH Denison, JabezSouthworth. 
TimothySpencer,James Lay, jun. 
DanTBrainard, 

Nathaniel Davis. 
Joel Canfield, jr. Giles Clark, Jos. Shipman, 2d. 
David Spencer, Samuel Hubbard,Asher Clark. 
Sam'l Stevens, jr. Ebenezer Clark,Bela Clark. 



Clark, 2d, 
Jedediah Post, 
Curtis Smith, 
Dan Lane, 



io6 

30th Regt. Seth Seward, Lt. Col. Commanda 1 
Joseph I. Doolittle, 1st Major. Vacant, 2d Maj' 

John Butler, Adjutant. John Foot, Chaplain. Ri 
ner Butler, Quarter-Master. Andrew Piatt, P; 1 
Master. Thomas F. Cornwell, Surgeon. John & 
drews, Surgeon's Mate. 

IJght Infantry* 

1st Com. Levi Peck, captain. "Asa DoolittIe,lie' 
Thomas Curtis* ensign. — 2d Com. Joel Cock, ca] 
Ira Mansfield, lieut. Augustus Rogers, ensign. 
Cafitains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Eliakim Hall, David M. Cook, Chaney Hough, 
Rich. Robinson, Dennis Camp, Josiah Jewett. 
Amasa DooLttle,Amos Hall, Reuben W. R.ic 

John Hart, Eliph. NettletonJohn Tibbals. 

William Old, Eli Barnes, Solomon R. Hal 

Jesse Ford, Medad Sandford,Hez. Beecher. 

27th Regt. Eli Fowler, Lieut. Col. Commnndan 
Benja.B.Willcox, 1st Maj. Reuben Page, 2d Maj. 

Jedediah Lathrop, Adjutant. Matthew Noye: 
Chaplain. George Cieaveland, Quarter-Mastei 
Ralph Linsley, Pay-Master. Jared Readfield, Sui 
geon. David Marvin, Surgeon's Mate. 
Light Infantry. 

Silas Brenton, captain. Jeremy Koadly, lieuten 
ant. Ozias Whedon, ensign. 

Captains, Lieutenants* Ensigns. 

Samuel Fowler, Thomas Burgess ? Solomon Stone. 
Samuel Beach, R- Russell, ' Malichi Linsley. 
Timo. Johnson, Samuel Bradley, AmbroseHoadley 
Phinehas Meigs, Jonathan Lee, John F. Meigs. 
EHad Rose, ' Beverly Munroe,Pitman Whedon 
Abel Rosseter, Benj. Baldwin, D. Chittenden. 
Wm. Douglass, John Maltby, David Page. 
Benjamin Field, Josiah Munger, Aimer Bishop. 



mdJlHEGT. Benjamin Eull, Lt. Col. Commandant* 
iyfim Davis, 1st Major. Samuel Higby, 2d Major. 
. jji 3arnabas Woodcock, Adjutant. Bazaleel Pinnis, 
pj.aplain, Abijah Hull, jun, Quarter-Master. East- 
ern Minor, Pay-Master. * Thomas Goodscl, Sur- 

5fl. John Carrington, Surgeon's Mate, 
Grenadier Companies* 
Jim 1st Com, captain. {Samuel Fenn, lieut. 

c?l tin Bull, ensign. — +d Com. Amasa Tuttle, captain. 
1 [las Bradley, lieutenant. Edward Hine, ensign. 
Captains* Lieutenants. KnBtglu. 

.Ue. A. Treat, Barsi. Woodcockjoel Woodruff. 
' bijah Bradlev, Shelden Canfielci Joseph Bkckman. 

bel Clark, " Sam'l B. Gunn, Oliver Clark. 

ms Hitchcock, Eben'r Sperry, Isaac Beach. 

A. BuckiughamLem'l Bradley, Philo Beecher. 

nauncey Tuttle.Chillicn Sperry, William Johnson* 

iaac Bassett, Josiah Nettleton,Josiah Smith. 

ihzur Patchen, Ira Smith, Abijah Hull. 

Second Regiment of Cavalry, 
Stephen Maltby, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Richard Treat, Major. W T illiam Willard, Adju* 
int. Israel Brainard, Chaplain. Joseph Watrous, 
Quarter-Master. George Willard, Pay -Master. Jo-» 
eph Foot, Surgeon. 



1st Company, 
)an Lin s ley, captain. 
Nathaniel Johnson, 1st It. 
Thomas Beach, 2d lieut. 
Jonathan Rose, cornet. 

2d Company. 
fedediah Harris, captain. 
Samuel W. Pratt, 1st lt. 
Joel Kelsey, 2d lieut. 
Eben'r Bushnel, cornet. 



3d Company. 
Benjamin A. Hall, capt, 
Jared Cook, 1st lieut. 
ChaunccyHall, 2d lieut. 
Senj. A.Hall, jun. cornet* 

4th Cvrnfiany. 
Ephraim Baldwin, capt. 
Asa Piatt, 1st lieut. 
Jonah Treat, 2d lieut. 
Lazarus Clark, cornet. 



1UO 

FO UR 1H BRIGADE. 
Burr Gilbert, esq. Brigadier General. §,] 
Enoch Focte, Brigade Major and Inspector, m 

4th regt. Asahel Solomons, Lt Col CommaiL 

Albert Lockwood, 1st Maj. Wm Gregory, 2d IV I 

Stoddard Crissey, Adjutant. 

Matrons* 

James Johnson, captain. Ezra Gilbert, lieutenan, 
Captains. Lieutenants* Ensign*. 

Two first companies, not returned. 
Seymour Taylor, David Bennett, 

Joseph Hill) Eliphalet Hull, John Staple. 

Daniel Sanford, Stoddard Crissey ,Wi ; Iiam Malloi 
Joseph Rowland, Burr Rowland, Henry Scrivner 
Levi Wheeler, Hull Fanton, Obadiah Piatt. 
Eli Lyon, Isaac Beach, John Meeker. 

Isaac Bennett, Joseph Bennett, Abner Jackson. 

9th regt, Han ford Hoyt, Lt. CoL Commandan 
Samuel Dean, l§t Maj. Jonathan Wilson, 2d Ma 
Simeon H. Miner, Adjutant. Daniel Smith, Chap 
lain. Justus L. Beach, quarter-master Ephrair 
Mead, pay-master. Samuel Webb, surgeon. Joh 
Anger, surgeon's mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jos. Lockwood, Aug. Lockwood, 
Eben'r Meed, jr. Gideon Holmes, 
Benj. Perine, Robert Scolfield, Smith Weed, 
Jonathan Jessup, Joshua Harris, Joseph Harris. 
J. Lounsborongh, Nathaniel Mills, William King. 
Squire Hobby, Jonathan Closan, Caleb Hobby. 
Daniel Lewis, Joshua Mead, Samuel Brandige 
Amos Mead, David Brandige, Nath'l IngersoU* 
Kehemiah Mead,William Massie, 
J. Lounsborough, Sellick Scolfield, Elijah Weed. 



8th rest. Matthias Nicoll, Lt. Col. Co- i -mndan*. 
• I. Wilcoxson, IstMaj. James Beardsltc, 2d Maj. 
Abraham C. Lewis, adjutant. Asahel Baldwin, 
haplain. John Wells, quarter-master. Richard P. 
'jjjlichols, pay-master. Nathan Tisdale,surgeon. Hen* 
My R. Pinchon, surgeon's mate. 

Artillery Company* 
Aaron Hawley, captain. Edward Eurroughs, 1st 
^feutenant. Isaac Burroughs, 2d lieutenant. 

Captain*. Lieutenant*. linsigns. 

Grenadiers* 
,'ocn'r Whecler,Elijah Sterling, Eli Plumb. 



William Walker,Ira Curtiss, 
er, Vm. De Forest, Daniel Burritt, 
' 'hilo Lewis, Isaac I. Booth, 
). B. Wheeler, Christ. Hubbill, 

ibel Hawley, David Hubbill, 



Daniel Curtiss. 
Ethan Sherwood* 
Abr. C. Lewis. 
Elijah Shelton. 
Geo. L. Sherman. 
John Nicliols. 



4th rigt. Joseph Seeley, Lt. Col. Commandant, 
•avid Street, 1st Maj. Samuel Com stock, 2d Maj. 
Xenophon Mead, adjutant. Justin Mitchel, chap- 
lain. Jonathan Bates, quarter-master. Amos Ba~ 
ter, surgeon. 

Matro**. 
B. Lockwood, captain. Asael Osborne, 1st lieu* 
:enant. John Taylor, 2d lieutenant. 

Captain*. Lieutenants* Emigns. 

Grenadiers* 

Ebenezer Hoyt, Ebenezer Smith, Samuel Smith. 
Enoch St. John, Ebenezer Ayres,N. Lockwood. 



Andrew Hanford, Richard Camp. 



[Nathan Jarvis, 
Daniel Smith, 
Ray'd Benedict, Jonathan Riggs, Jacob More. 

*h S. Kellogg, Martin Ii aufoyd. 



to 



1 to 

Jerome Sates, Jonathan Bates, Isaac Hoyt. 
Jaseph Chapman,John Gray, Jacob Adams. I 

Giles Gregory, William Morgan,Xenophon Mesl 

Fourth Regiment of Cavalry* 
Curtiss Tomlinson, Lieut. Col. Commandt. ] 
Abel Hall, Major. Benjamin Hall, Adjutant. I 
Joshua Green, quarter-master. Abel Babbet, p| 
master. William Sheiton, surgeon. Edward Bril 
surgeon *s mate. Ebenezer Bardslee, quarter-m 
ter serjeant. 

1st Company* 
Samuel Garlick, captain, 
Elijah Hawley, 1st lieut. 



James Edwards, 2d It. 

2d Company* 
Ebenezer Crofoot, capt. 
Daniel Turrel, 1st lieut. 
Justice Price, 2d lieut. 



3d Company. 
Hoyt Banks, captain, I 
Joseph Adams, 1st lieul 
Ezra Bennett, 2d lieut 

4th Company, 
Isaac Quintard, captain 
Steph. Wickeing, *lst. 
Dan'lLockwood, 2d liei 



Second Divifion. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 

Zachariah Huntington, esq. Major-General. 
Tirah Isham, esq. 7 j;j j n j. 

Charles P. Huntington,] Ald * de Cam/U 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

William Williams, esq- Brigadier General. 
Coddington Billings, esq. Brigade Maj. andlnspecto 

3d rf.gt. Mulford Raymond, Lt. Col. Command 
Simeon Smith, 1st Major. John P. Trott, 2d Majo 
Hubbell Brooks, adjutant. Henrv Channing, cha] 
lain. Edward Hallam 2d, Quarter Master. Pet< 
Richards, pay-master. James Lee, surgeon. Ai 
thony Thatcher, surgeon's mate. 



Ill 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

In clef i e nden t Com]: a n y . 

letter Beebe, Henvy Jepson, jr. John H- Frink* 

Light I? (fan try. 

hrist. Dolbear, Vacant, John Forsyth, jr* 

hdrew Lord, John S. Avery, Nicol Fcsdick, jr. 
m'l Packwood,Peter Richards, Joshua Avery. 

lisha Dolbear, Wm. Vallet, Vacant. 

Jtephen Prentice,Jason Darrow, Reuben Moore 

.obert Douglass, John Latimore, Vacant. 

Vm. Moore, 4th- Win. Keeney, Jarncs Moore. 
i, )aniel Smith, Peter Comstock, Ebeneter Smitk. 
em :>hn Holmes, Christ. Green, Jerem'h Rogers* 
at 

th regt. David Averv, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
tin William Cogswell, 1st Maj. Vacant, 2d Major. 
,1 John Morgan, jun. adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, chap '• 
eniin. Elisha Avery, quarter-master. Paul F. Niles, 

iay-master. John Q. Miner, surgeon. Bishop Ty- 

*r, surgeon's mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants* JEnsigns. 

lobert S. Avery,Amos Avery 2d, Joshua Be rstow. 

*eter Avery, J. Wocdmansee, Nich. S. Lester. 

_)udley Bailey, Elisha Avery, Lathrop Allyn. 

ohn B. Tyler, A. Stewart, jun. Dan'l M. Lester* 

\Mm. Belcher, James Coit, I). Morgan, 3d. , 

Elisha Haley, Daniel Packer,jr.Zebedi ah Gate*. 

ST. L. Morgan, Philip Gray, Eneas Morgan. 

jDenison Palmer, Joha Morgan, jr. David Frmk. 

eh. Stoddard, jr. John Spicer, 2d. Samuel Wood. 

20th regt. Nathaniel Kimball, Lt Col- Com'dt. 

Umeon Hubbard, 1st Maj. Samuel Tyler, 2d I.Taj. 

James Gordon, adjutant. Joseph Strong, chaplain. 

ichard Stroud, quarter-master. Joseph Bishop, 

pay -master. Jedediah BurnhaiH, surgeon. JoLSpu 

Williams, serjeant major. 



112 

Matross Cowfiany* 
Cerard F. Carpenter, Captain. James Gordl 
1st lieut. James F. Brown, £d lieut. 

Catitaim* Lieutenants. Ensign** 

Light Infantry. 
Cashing Eells, Henry Nevins, EbenezerBackij 
Grenadiers* 
Vacant, William Lester, Vacant. 

Eleazer Rogers, M. Edgerton, Eliab Rogers* 
Jabex RPackard,Gurdon Tracy, Joshua Tracy. 
Truman Tracy, Joseph Bishop, JeremiahPhilli]] 
Elijah Benjamin, Elisha Brewster, Richard Stroud 
Jabez Hough, jr. Neh. Waterman, Ebenezer Hougj 
Ira Abel, ' Jonathan Peck, Milton Hyde. 

Nath'l Howland, Ralph Belles, Luther Edgerto 
ErastusFarnham,Dan'l F. Cutler, John Peck. 

30th rigt. Isaac Williams, 2d. Lieut Col. Comd 
John Baldwin, 1st Major. Paul Babcock, 2d Majo 
Thomas Swan, jun. adjutant. Joseph Noyes, ju 
quarter-master. William Lord, surgeon. John Bi 
lings, surgeon's-mate. 

Cafitains* Lieutenants* Ensigns. 

Avery Noyes, Noyes States, J. Cheesborougr. 
Joseph Ayers, Tho's Baldwin, Benjamin Hewit 
Win. Randall, Vacant, Jared Willcox. 

Nathan WheelerJ. Williams, 3d. Lath. Williams 
John Wheeler, 2dRich- Wheeler, Avery Hempstei 
Jere. York, N. Pendleton, Thomas Holme 

Jepli. Brown, Daniel Miner, Shep. Wheeler 
Luke Palmer, Steph. Brewster, Joseph Smith, jr. 



O ■->,-■! 



3d regt. Watrous Beckwith, Lt Col. Comdt 
Seth Ely, jun. 1st Major. Win. Sterling, 2d Majo 

Erastus Selden, adjutant. Lathrop Rockwell, cha] 
Iain- William H. Johnson, quai'ter-master. Isra 
Mat son, pay-master. John Noyes, surgeon. Elij* 
Butts, surgeon's mate. 



ii3 

Matrass Company 
Marsh Ely, captain. Richard H. Ely, 1st licut. 
William H. Johnson, 2d lieut. 

Ligh i -Ivfuntry. 
'hornas Sill, Erastue Sterling, Stephen Sterling 

cfal. J, Griswold, R. Sturtevant, Charles Smith. 

phn C.Lee, Jedediah Beebe, Elkanah Huntley, 

Kepti E< Ely, Peter Lord, And. Beckwith. 

|sa Comstock, E, Brock way, 2d*E, Bro • vay, jr. 

tephen Tinker, Ed w'd Latimer, Edward Moor. 
f. (Lob, IIungeribrd,Chaun,Bf.ckwith,Saruuel Ackley. 

Third Regiment of Cavalry. 
lgf Thomas Wheeler, 2d- Lkut. Col. Commandant. 
Chester Smith, Major. Jesse Dean, Adjutant, 
list Avery, chnpiain. Robert Wheeler, quarter- 
master, Amos MulL pay-master. George Tifcdale., 
lurgeons. 

Sd Company. 
Shubael Smjith, captain. 
Jared Baker, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Davis, 2d lieut* 
John Leech, cornet. 
4th Company * 
Daniel Graat, captain. 
H. Wheeler, jun. 1st lt« 
E. Williams, 2d lieut. 
Ezra Huntley, comet. 



1st Ceinpany. 
ehiel Johnson, captain, 
<Vrn. Crocker, 1st lieut. 
Cyrus Pundersc n, 2d it. 
muel Ga^er, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Oliver Spicer, captain. 
(Russel Williams, 1st It. 
Joseph Tyler, 2d lieut. 
Joseph S. Allyn, cornet. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

James Daniekon, esq. Brigadier-General. 
Asa Bacon, jun. Brigade Major and Inspector. 

3th rkgt. Benjamin Hanks, Lt. Col. Command*. 

John Salter, IstMajor. Royal Storrs, 2d Major. 

•^Sephaniah •Ripley, adjutant. Moses C. Welch, 

chaplain, Zaljuon Storrs, quarter-master. Rffldtf * 

& Z 



m 

ick Rose, pay-master. Andrew Huntington, s 
j$eon. Thomas Aspenwal, surgeon's mate. 
Matross Company, 
Jerome Brown, captain. Gurdon Huntington, 
lieut. Ebenezer Huntington, 2d lieut. 
Grenadiers. 
Ga ft tains* Lieutenants. Mnsigns* 

"Roger Clarke, Stephen Fuller, Edmond Badge 

Ligh t In/an try . 
^Nath'l Dunham, Fred'k French, Nath'l Atwood, 

John Lathrop, D. W. Young, David Brewste 

Luther Burrows, Roswel Eaton, George Swift. ! 

Abner Fobinson, Eliphalet Wooc 

Jason Woodward,Benj. Butler, S. Sumner, 2d. 

Abel Fuller, John Burnham, Philip Pearl, ju 

Ptoger Gurley, Jos. Dunham, Roderick Rose. 

Zeph. Preston, Leonard Dean, Amos Ckaffe. 
Luther Warren, Steph. Eldredge, Simon Brooks. 

11 th regt. Hobart Terry, Lt. Col. Commandar 
David Holmes, 1st Major. Sanford Holmes, 2d Ma 
* Amos Paine, adjutant. William Graves, cha] 
lain. George Learned, quarter-master. Theoph 
lus B. Chandler, pay-master. Robert Grosveno 
surgeon. Darius Hutchins, surgeon 's-mate. 
Matross Comjiany. 
Cyril Lee, captain. Albemarle Stone, 1st lieu 
Resolved Wheaton, 2d lieutenant. Aaron Bucl 
3d lieutenant. 

Qafitains. Lieutenants* £nsig?is» 

Grenadiers. 
Jede. Kimball, Luther Baldwin, JosephKingsbur 

Light Infantry •. 
Luther Bates, Alpheus Gay, Jnes Taylor. 

Arch. White, W. Hubbard, jr. Alfred Holmes. 
> Pavid Briaselj Jaaai* i^on, jun. Hart well |ioJmt 



*'5 

Cafitnins. Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

illiam Terry, Joseph Bur k, Nathan t uller. 
enj. Gilbert, Benjamin Pierce ,J. Scarborough, 2d 
Itephen MitcheljAaron Warren, 
Bfred Walker, Aaron Child, Jonathan May. 
|)an'l C- Barrett,Resolved Sabin, Theo. D wight, 
noses Edmondj Samuel Allen, William Osgood. 
'oseph Dike, Tyler Bates, Darius Starr. 
Bradford, John Chandler, Thomas Carbin. 



V2ih regt. James Mason, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
FAisha Buel, 1st Major. Zabdiel Hyde, 2d Major. 
Eliphalet Huntington, adjutant. Amos Basset, 

chaplain. Fuller, quarter-master. Nehemiah 

(Pierce, pay-master. John S. Peters, surgeon. 
Matrass Company. 
Amos Strong, captain. Bcla Bascom, 1st lieuten- 
ant. Dan Root, 2d lieutenant. 

Cafilains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 
Amos Loomis, N. Wadsworth, Tho's Babcock. 
d John Haywari, Asahel Kingsley, Ol. Khagsley, jr. 
jftez. Bissel, jun. Adoniram Bissell,Benj. Bissel. 
Seth Collins, Ben. Wood worth, Amherst Scovel. 
Jolin Thomas, Erastus Wattles, William Randal. 
Cor. Shepherd, Asahel Phelps, John Curtiss. 
Silas Jones, Eiis. Sprague^jr.Othniel Clarke. 
Shipmarr Wells, Samuel Peters, Augustus Post. 
Judah Porter, Amos Gillet, 
Cha's Williams, Sylvstnus Haynes, Williams. 

21st regt. Shubael Hutchins, Lt. Col. Commandt. 
Loring Robbins, 1st Maj. Daniel Wheeler, 2d Maj. 

Sessions Lester, adjutant. Israel Day, chaplain. 
John Spalding, quarter-master. Rufus Adams, pay- 
master. Rufus Johnson, surgeon. John Gordon, sur- 
geon's mate. 

Matross Company. 

Elisha Adams, captain. John Alklij J&t Ifeuten* 
ant* Dau Root, 2<J lfcuttWitt 



lib I 

Captains. lieutenants. Miisigns* 

Light Infantry* 
J&bes Saffbrd, JoiephSyms, Nathan Fish, j 

ij-renuditrs* 
Joshua Adams, George Sennet, Samuel Waldo, 



William Hall, 
Asa el Her rick, 
Eftsha Tucker, 

John Bunlap, 
Joseph Butts, 
Russell Vaughn, 
Am os New ton, 
L.aac Day, 
Moses Clarke, 



Geo. W. Gordon,Thomas Gibbs, 
John Baldwin, Perez Austin. 
Italic Gallup, Joseph Gallup 
A . S t r a nah a in , J as eph Le s te r . 
Joel Winchester, Phlnehas Cart* 
Azel Cole, R. Burlingame. 

Jon a . Hill i ar d , Story K e i • n e y, 
Wm- Ingraham, Benj. Pellet. 
Ebenezer Witter ,Denison Cady, 



Fifth Reghnmt cf Cavalry* 

Chester Child, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Isaiah Loomis, Major. Charles Smith, adjutan 
Enoch Pond, chaplain. Amasa Lyon, quartei -ma< 
t er . fr*** Bailey, pay-master. Ebenezer Bishoj 
surgeon. Silas Fuller, siirgeon's mate. 



1*/ Company* 
jedidiah W-itkins, capt. 
Aaron Tufts, 1st lieut. 
Stephen F Palmer, 2d It 
Ephraim Varker^ cornet. 

2d Company* 
Elliot Gordon, captain, 
Henry Dow, 1st lieut. 
Dixon Hall, 2d lieut. 
Purse Smith, coractt 



3d Company* 
Simon House, captain, 
Timo. Hinckley, 1st It. 
Joshua Clarke, 2d lieut, 
Samuel Daggett, cornet 

4th Company* 
John W. Chandler, cap 
Chester Cady, 1st lieut 
John Austin, 3d lieut. 
Charles Smith, comet. 



ii7 
Fourth Divifion, 

isb, jij Consisting of the 6th and 8th Brigade** 
Uriah Tracy, esq. Major -General. 

1 S^STO"* }^-Ca» fi . 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Augustine Taylor, esq. Brigadier General. 
Elisha Sterling, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

th Regt. Jere.W.Phejps, Lt. Col. Commandant, 
ilisha Sterling, 1st Maj. Nath'l Stevens, 2d Maj. 
Augustus Pettibone, adjutant. Ammi R. Robbini, 
laplain. Nathaniel Robbins, quarter-master. J«hn 
Whittlesey, jun> quarter-master serjeant. Earl 
[ease, pay -master. Benjamin Welch, surgeo*. A- 
ram Pee t, surgeon's mate. ' 

Captains* Lieutenants^ Mnsigns. 

undDunningJohn A. DitckenJohn Fellows. 
:sse Smith, Ezra Crane, John Bissel. 
ohn Rood, Seth Rockwell, Aaron Case* ' 

^ayBarnam, Aiex'r Lamb, Theodore Dow. 
.'ere- Hosford, jr.Jerem'h Belden, Ashbael Landon. 
pamuel Bissel, Stephen Reed, Amasa Hcskin. 
os. Humphrey, Setti Wilcox, Joseph Battle, 
enry Vandoren, Silas Knap, Isaac Green. 

enja. Bigelow, Jesse How, Joseph Fellows* 

Henry Gains, 
Sam'l Pettibone, 

17th Regt. Nath'l Goodwin, Lt.Col. Commandant. 
James Marsh, 1st Maj. Cyprian Webster, 2d Maj. 
Russell C. Aberncthy, adjutant. Judah Champion, 
chaplain. Jabez M'Call, quarter-master. Thomas 
Trowbridge, pay-master. Abel Catlin, surgeon. 
Jared Munson, surgeon's mate. 

Cafi tains. Lieutenants. Ensigns* 

Samuel Shethar, Th. Trowt>ridge,David M c CaU« 



lis 

Cafitain*. Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

Phi. Westover, Vacant, Human Stone I 

Micha Goodwin,Ch's Baldwin, Miles Norton! 

Vacant, Willram Rogers,* Ezra Hinsdali 

Benjamin PheIps,Levi Marshall,- R. C. Abernel 
Midian Gri3\void,ErastusGocd\vin,Amos Benton,] 
Levi Fri.bie, loseph Scovel, Vacant, 

William Battle, Seth Treadway, Jerem. Spenc«( 

Vacant, Gurdon Grannis,Joel Fetter, 

" Vacant, Vacant, Stephen Sanfo 

25th Regt. Solomon Blackslee, Lt. Col. Commaii 
Earls Thorp, 1st Major. Eli Wilder, Sd Maj 
Roger Mills, adjutant. ChaunceyLce, chapla 
Nathaniel lyes, quarter-master. Montgomery Al 
tin, pay -master. Thomas C. Brinsmade, surgec 
Vacant, surgeon's mate. 

Cafilains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, j 

Enos North, AbelLoomis, Dan'l E. Ensig 

Syiv. Seymour, Martin Driggs, Michael Kellog 
Asa Cowles, Thomas Watson,Timothy Pitkin 
Daniel Bills, Jabin Clark, Aaron C. Ensig! 
Ll#vd Andrews, Leonard Holbert,Benja. Whedon 
Joel Rexford, Zophcr Case. Sam'iRichardso: 
Nath'l Spencer, Nath'l Hayden, 
Jeremiah Covet, Darius Miner, 
ElishaMallory,jr.Billa Case, 
Zimri Barber, Joseph Moore, 



Ridlet Moore. 
Timo. Babcock 
Oliver White. 
Luke Loomis. 



S5th Regt. Benj. Gould, Lieut. Col. Commandan 
Sam'l Canfield, 1st Maj. Birdsey Norton, 2d Maj 
George King, adjutant. Timothy Stone, Chaplai 
David VVadhams, quarter-master. Joel S. Peti 
pay-master. Samuel R. Gager, surgeon. Elisl 
North, surgeon's mate. 

Cafitains. Lieut niants. Ensigrns. 

J©hn Mills, Samuel Pratt, Sturges William 



— .rrrz 



m 

*ses Lyman, David W'adhams. Jesse Wadham^ 
In Boland, Tho's Woodruff, William Swift; 
astus Lyman, Vacant, William Dean, 

^hernial* ClavkJohn Pierce, James S- Elmore* 
on. Griswold, George Kin^,jun. Philip Dickinson* 
"vin Peet, David Gould, Dud. Humphrey, 
isha Everit, Abijah Coe, Joshua Studley. 

szekiah Gould, John 'Wilson, Lutier Harrison* 
John Reed, 

Sixth Regiment of Cavalry . 

David Thompson, JJ:. Oal. Commandant. 
Russell Hunt, Major. 
EBsha-E. Sill, adjutant. A sah el Hooker, chap* 
in. John Griswold, quarter-master. William 
anley, pay-master. Jesse Garrington, surgeon. 

Set Company. 
W. C. Abernetiiy, capt. 
Samuel Carter, 1st lieut. 
Eli Candy, 2d lieut. 
Vacant, cornet. 
4th Company* 
Benjamin Wells, capt, 
John Merrill, 1st lieut. 
Grenald Spencer,2d It. 
Samuel Phillips, cornet. 



1st Company. 
Abraham Burt, captain, 
Javid Patterson, 1st It. 
;ilas Patterion, 2d lieut. 
'• amuel Hyde, cornet, 

t%d Company. 
haddeus Griswold, cap. 
seph Allen, 1st lieut. 
ilishaE. Sill, 2d lieut. 
!>amuel Foot, cornet. 



EIGHTH BRIGADE. 

Ephraim Hinman', esq. Brigadier-General. 

Garrit Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Harry Brown, Brigadier Quarter Master. 

13th Regt. William MoseWs Lt. Col. Comm'dt. 
Ab' 



fo'm Bronscn,lst Maj. Truman Hinman, 2d Maj. 

Nathaniel Lansom, adjutant. Noah Benedict, 
chaplain. Roswell Egleston, quarter-master. Gaf- 
rit Bacon, pay-master. Anthony Bmnit, surgeon* 
Vacant, surgeon's mate. 



120 

Light Infantry. 
> 1st Com. Elihu Leavenworth, capt. judson H« 
lieut. David Down, ensign: — 2d Com. Nathan ]I 
tin, capt. Thomas Curtis, lieut. Daniel Hurlli 
ensign. 

Captains. Lieutenants. JEnsigns. p 

Jesse Minor, Asa Judson, ElijahSherma| 

Vacant, John Moseley, Truman Wheel 
David Bird, NathanBurton.jr.RoswellEglesf 

Enos Warner, David Weller, Benja. Rumsey 
DavidP.Edmond r Ashcr Ward, William Fren< 
Samuel Blois, M.H. Brownson, Eph'm Doolitt 
David M'Euen, Nath'l W T ooster, Jared Beards! 

16th Rkgt. Justus Barnum, Lt. Col. Commands 
Russel White, 1st Maj. Eph'm M. White, 2d Mi 

Lewis Hoyt, adjutant- Daniel Burhans, chapls 
Comfort Castle, quarter-master. Vacant, pay-m 
ter. Joseph Trowbridge, surgeon. Benjamin G 
tiss,jun. surgeon's mate. 

Maiross Com/iany. 

Elijah Gregory, captain. Ephraim G. Stephei 
1st lieut. Vacant, 2d lieut. 

Light Infantry. 

Jonathan B. Sherman, captain. Gould St. Jol 
lieut. John Hull, ensign. 

Captains. Lieutenants* Ensigns. 

James Clark, jr.Zach. Griswold, Horace Bull. 
James Nichols, Cyrus Hard, Henry Glover. 
John D. Nichols, Eli Starr, Lewis Hoyt. 

Richard BotsfordJ. B. Fairman, C Burroughs. 
TrumanBeardsle,Wm. Wakeman,Ezra Brush. 
William Dan, William Howe, James De Fore 
Asa Hoyt, Noali S. Barnum, Abel Hoyt. 

Isaac Merwin, Lem'l Warner, AshbaelDunnin 
Timo. Shepherd, FUihu Crofut, R, L. Sherwood 



lit 

bth REcr. Eleazer Judd, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
'" (reserve Carter, IstMij. Micah Blackslee, 2dMaj. 
'* Timothy Richards, adjutant. Israel B. Wtod- 
ir ^ard, chaplain. Jesse Alkox, quarter-master. Joha 

otter, surgeon. 
'• Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Mj Light Infantry, 

,ee | Leavenworth, Lemuel Porter, Thomas Welt*n, 
Allien Welles, Hez. Browne, Daniel Mills. 

w loses Hall, H. Bronson, Eben'r Frisbic. 

8 imes Skilton, Joseph WoodrafF,Eli Beardslee. 

^tlea. Scovill, Calvin Hoadley, Ammi Darrow. 

iarrit Smith, L. Loveland, Tirao. Richards. 

>aac Upson, Jesse AUcox, Joel Allcox. 

T. Hickox, S. T. Thompson,Daniel Eells. 

[arvey Upson, John Norton, Isaac Hopkins. 

Vacant^ Vacant, Vacant. 



9th &EGT. Reuben Warner, Lt. Col. Commands 
Vm. Cogswell, 1st Maj. Timo. Mitchel, 2d Maj. 
Benjamin Mead, adjutant. Ebenez#r Porter, chap* 
tin. Daniel B. Brinsmade, quarter-master. Joseph, 
L Bostwick, paymaster. Ebenezer Smith, surgeon. 
Lmasa Wright, surgeou'g. mate. 

Matrass. 
Amos Smith, captain. Samuel Sperry, lstlieut. 
)avid Piatt, 2d lieut. 

Captains. Lievtmxints. Ensigns. 

Light Infantry. 
)aniel Lines, 
Lrastus Chamberlain. 

tetbe Hine, 

£has Smith, JVb retwms of Lieutenants 

Daniel Calhoun, and Ensigns* 

Daniel F. Ferris, 

ttfec Sturtevaiitj 



Stephen Cogswell, 
William C. Potter, 
Caleb Beach. 



No returns of Lieut enmfs\ 
and jEnsign*. 



Eighth Regiment of Cavalry. 
William Taylor, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Edmund Lockwood, jun. Major. Ebenezer ] 
Starr, adjutant. Azel Backus, chaplain. Harmo, 
ins Marshall, quarter-master. John Taylor, pa 
master. Titus Hull, surgeon. Warren R. Fowle 
surgeon's mate. 



1st Company^ 
J. P. Leavenworth, capt. 
Alex'r Gordon, 1st lieut. 
Philo Down, 2d lieut. 
William Gordon, cornet. 

id Comfiany* 
Peter Starr, captain, 
Knapp Bouton, 1st lieut. 
David Knapp, 2d lieut. 
Vacant, cornet. 



od Company. \ 
Anthony Garnsey, capt, 
Eli Barnes, 1st lieut. 
Amos Burham, 2d It. 
Hill Ford, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Thomas Sanford, capt. 
Solo. Bostwick, 1st lieui 
John Newton, 2d lieut. 
Orange Therry, cornet. 



MILITARY 



FORCE OF THE 
CONNECTICUT. 



STATE 0. 



By returns made to the Adjutant General) in Octc 
£<?r, 1805. 



Captain General, 
Lieut. General, 
Major Generals, 
Brigadier Generals, 
Adjutant General, 
Quart. Master General, 1 
Aids de Camp, 10 

Bsigade Inspectors, 8 
Lieut. Colonels, 43 

Majors, 66 



Captain*, 

Lieutenants, 

Ensigns, 

Cornets, 

Adjutants, 

Quarter-Masters, 

Pay-Masters, 

Chaplains, 

Surgeons, 

Surgeon's Matesy 



42- 
32 

i 

4: 

4: 
$ 

4- 
41 



•II 



prjeant Majors, 42 

Jua. Mast. Serjeant*, 37 
)rum Majors, 37 

Be Majors, 35 

•erjeants, 1474 



123 



Corporate, 

Music, 

Privates, 

Total, 




i0,87i 



Forming 25 regiments of Infantry, 17 tiomp&iutt 

f artillery, and 8 regiments of Cavalry* 

The three Companies of Guards are not included 
in the foregoing abstract.] 



t»^|ty)jiff t mmmy* 



STATE OF RHODE-1SLAJVD* 



Governor. 



— Lieutenant-Governor. 
SENATORS. 

John De Wolfe, 
Joseph Cundall, 
Oiirer Gardiner f 
Samuel Hoxsie, 
Daniel Champlin. 



Tenry Smith, 
Yaterman Tibbitts, 
Renjamin Howland, 

jmothy Wilmarth, 

plliam Waterman, 

Samuel Eddv, Esq. Secretary. 

James Burrill, jim. Esq. AUorr.er-General* 

Henry Sherburne, Esq. General Treasurer. 



Government of the United Stares. 

thomas Jefferson,. 

* RESIDENT OF THE UMTED STA1ES. 

Salary, 25,000 dollars per annum. 

GEORG>rFuNTQN, 

Vice-President »nd President of the Senate, 

Salary 5 COO dollars \tt anr.um. 



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Department of State* 
James Madison, of Virginia, Secretary. 
Jacob Wagner, chief 'Clerk. 

Department of the Treasury. 
Albert Gallatin, Pennsylvania, Secretary. 
Gabriel ..Duval, Maryland, Comptroller. 
Richard Harrison, Virginia, Auditor. 
William Miller, Commissioner of the Revenue. 
Tfecmas Tudor Tucker, South-Carolina, Treasure! 
Joseph Nourse, Virginia, Register. 

War Department* - 
Henry Dearborn, Massachusetts, Secretary. 
William Sirnmonds, Accountant. 
Tench Coxe, Pennsylvania, Purveyor of Public Swp; 
plies. 

_, . JBuperintendant of Military Stores. 

James Wilkinson, Brigadier General of the Troop* 
Jared Mansfield, Surveyor General. 
JYavy Department, 
Robert Smith, Maryland, Secretary. 
Thomas Turner, Accountant. 

Post -Office Establishment. 
Gideon Granger, Post-Master General. 
.Vorahum Bradley, Assistant Post-Master General* 

s JUDICIARY.- 

SUPREME COURT. 
John Marshall, of Virginia, Chief Justice* 
fi liliam Cashing, of Massachusetts, 7\ 
rv'iiiiavn Patterson, of New-Jersey, / Ac-nrint. 
Samuel Chase, of Maryland, > JuS* 

Bushed Washington, of Virginia, K JU * UCCS - 
Wm. Johnson, South-Carolina, J 

John Brackcnridge, Kentucky, Attorney -General. 
Elkt« B. Caldwell, of Washington City,* Clerk. 



i; 5 

DISTRICT OFFICERS. 



J5avf& Sewallj Judge, 

Sila^Lec, Attorney. 
Isaac 1'arkcr, Marshal. 
Henry Scwall, Clerk* 
John S. Sherburne, Juc'ge. 
Dame! Humphrey?, Attorney, 
Michael M'Clary, Marsha), 
^ Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 
r John Davis, Judge* 
j George Blake, Attorney, 
5 Thompson J. Skinner, Marshal, 
C Nathan GqodaJe, Clerk. 
r David L. Barnes, Judge, 
j David Howell, Attorney, 
i Wiliiain Peck, Marshal, 
C Edmond T. Ellei v, Clerk. 

5 Richard Law, JucVe, 
, Joseph Wi ; C( x, Marshal, 
C Charles Deri son, Cleik. 
f Elijah Paine, Judge. 
} David Fav, Attorney, 
i John Wiilard, Marshal. 
C Cephas Smith, Clerk. 
r- Matthias B. TaHmad?;e, Judge, 
S N-'trwn Sanford, Attorney, 
j Jofen Bwartwojuft Marshal, 
C Daniei Diinscona! , Clerk* 
^ ftohertMrrris^ Judge. 
X Joseph M 1 . Ilvaifie, Attorney, 
) Oliver Parwetj Marshal, 
£ Rr«b€i*t Boggs, Clerk. 
Dislric* of Femnijlvaija. 

Richard Peters, Judge. 

AlexvJ Dallas, Attorney for the Eastern Distri«t> 

tohn Smith, Marshal, 

L 2 



District of 
Maine. 



District of 
ew-Hampshire* 



District of 
Massachusetts* 



District of 
Rhode -Is land* 



District of 
Connecticut '. 



District of 
Vermont. 



District of 
New- York, 



District of 
New-Jersey. 



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James Hamilton, Attorney for the Western Distt | 
Presley Can* Lane, Marshal. 

District of Delaware, 
Gunning Bedford, Judge, 
George Reed, jun. Attorney, 
Joel Lewis, Marshal, 
— Conway, Clerk. 

District of Maryland • 
James Winchester, Judge, 
Zebulon Rollings worth, Attorney, 
Thomas Ruter, Marshal. 

District of Columbia. 
William Kilty, Chief Judge, 
William C ranch and James Marshal, Judges, 
John Thompson Mason, Attornev, 
Daniel Caroll Brent, Marshal, 
lo'i tn Hewett, Register of Wills for Washington con 

ty, and Cleon Moore, for that cf Alexandria, 
William H. Dorsey, Judge of the Orphan's Court £ 

Washington, and 
George Gilpin, for that of Alexandria. 

District of Virginia. 
Cyrus Griffin, Judge, 

John Monroe, Attorney for the Western District^ 
Andrew Moore, Marshal, 
George Hay, Attorney for the Eastern District, 
Joseph Scott, Marshal. 

Pvtomak District* 
Walter Jones, Attorney, 
William Baker, Marshal. 

District of Kentucky* 
Harry Innes, Judge, 
Joseph PL Daveiss, Attorney, 
Joseph Crockett, Marshal, 
Thomas Jumfedl, Clerk. 

District of Ab rth- Carolina* 
I Ifenfy Potter; Judge, 
Benjamin Woods, Attorney, 



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Kstipri S. West, Marshall, 
mer Neale Clerk. 

'District of Soiitk-Carriin*. 
IhomasBee, Judge, 
Romas Parker, Attorney, 
jobert E. Coohran, Marshal, 
'nomas Hall, Clerk. 

District of Georgia* 
.miam Stephens, Judge, 
lavid B. Mitchell, Attorney, 
fcnjamin Wall, Marshal, 
/harles Harris, Clerk. 

District of Tcrmcss?. , 
ohn M'Nairy, Judge, 
Thomas Stewart, Attorney, 
lobert H .-.ys, Marslial. 
J District of Ohio* 

Charles W- Byrd, Judge, 
Michael Baldwin, Attorney, 
ifcvid Zeigler, Marshal. 

District of Orleans* 
Dominick A. Hall, lodge. 

Officers of the Revenue Departments 

For the district of Massachusetts. 

Benjamin Lincoln, Collector for the ports of Boston 
and Charleston, 

Benjamin Weld, Deputv Collector, 

James Lovell, Naval Officer, 

Thomas Melville, Surveyor. 

Salerriy William R. T.ee, col!ector, 

Samuel Ward, mt?] rf&cer, 
Bartholomew Putnam, surveyor. 

Meverly, JosiaU Bachelor, surveyor. 

Marbkhead) Joseph Wilson ; collector, 



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Joshua Prentice, survesor and Inst* 
tor. 
JS/iwburypGrt) Stephen Cress, col'ector, 

Jonathan Titccmb, naval officer, 

Michael Hodge, surveyor. 
Gloucester^ John Kit.tr edge, collector, 

Zachariah Stevens, surveyor. 
Ifiswkky Asa Andrews, collector, 

Jeremiah Staniford, surveyor. 
JPfymouthy Henry Warren, collector, 

Levi Blount, fcuaveyer. 
Barnstable y Joseph Giis ? collector* 
jVantuckety Stephen Hussey, collector* 
Mdgertoivn, John Pease, collector. 
jDighton y Hodijah Baylis, collector. 

llehoboth) Lemuel Wyatt, collector. 
York) Joseph Tucker, collector. 

Portland^ Isaac Illsley collector. 
Bath) Wi 'Ham Webb co= lector, 

Wiscassefj Fi'ancis Cook, collector. 
Waldoboroug/^W dterurdn Thomas, collector. 
Penobscot, Benjamin Jarvis, collector. 
Pre?ict man's hay^ Meiatiah Jordon, collector. 
Mac/iias, Stephen Smith, collect' r. 

P assammaquoddy , Lewis F. Delesdernier, collet 

[tor, 

Jonathan Weston, deputy collector a 
[Moose lsi. nd. 

Thomas B- Wait, surveyor and In 
* [spector. 
Thomas l own , Thomas VofiB^ surveyor. 
Kennebunk) J^rias Clark, collector;. 

District 61 Nf',» -H AMps&IRE* 
Portsmouth) Joseph \\ ct< r- 

Natl : ' il officer* ■ • 

G, WvpX fVOA'Ui; surveyor ^ inspector 



Ifasoc 



rlingtori) 



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District of Vermont. 
David Russel, collector. 



% District of Rhode-Island and Providence;' 
\%vportj William El'ery, collector, 

Walter Nichols, naval officer. 

Daniel Lyman, surveyor. 
ovidence, Jeremiah Olney, collector. 

William Barton, surveyor, 

Ebenezer Thompson, naval officer* 
ituxet, Joseph Aborn, surveyor. 

. Kingston, D. Eldredge Updike, surveyor. 
r QfcenwichyThowrds Arnold, surveyor. 
arren and ) XT „ . . n . .„. 
zrrineton \ Nathaniel Phillips, surveyor. 

b#/o/, C, Collins, jun. collector 8c inspector* 

Samuel Bosworth, surveyor. 
aucatucki George StUman, surveyor. 

District of Connecticut. 
cnv-London^ Jedidiah HuntingtoH, collector, 
Nathaniel Richards, surveyor, 
Jonathan Trott, "J 

Ebenezer Goddard, Ci nfinector „ 
Samuel Whittemore, C lns P ect0 ^ s * 
Henry Jepson, J 

Nathaniel Saltonstall, jun. ") 
Ezra Chappall, 3 Weigh* 

ers, measurer* and guagers. * 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. surveyor. 
Alexander Wolcott, collector, 
Lambert on Cooper, surveyor. 
Robert Warner, ^ 
Az'h Whittlesey, > Inspector. 



konington, 
\>liddletQwn> 



Vew-Haven) 
7 oirfidd f 



Abraham Bishop, collector, 
William Munson, surveyor. 
Samuel Smedley, collector. 



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Smybrook, George Wolcott, surveyor. 
Hartford) Solomon Porter., surveyor* 

District of New-York. 
J?ew~York 9 pivid Gelston, collector, 

Samuel Osgood, naval o£5eer« 
Sagharbor) Henry P. Bering, collector, 

Ccmmiifioncrs.ot Loans. 



8tCli€8* 

Me iv "Ha mfisk ire) 

Massachusetts) 

Rhode -Island^ 

Connecticut* 

J\ew-York, 

Ntw-Jersey, 

Pennsylvania, 

Delaware, 

Maryland) 

Virginia^ 

JSforth - Ca retina, 

Smith-Carolina) 

Georgia, 



Officers* 

William Gardmerj 
Benjamin Austin, 

Christopher Ellery, 
William ImUy, 
William Fev 4 ', 
James Evv'ing, 
Stephen Moyi&n, 
, Johfi Stockton, 
Edward Hall, 
Me ri weather Jones, 
Sherwood Haywood, 
Isaac Ncusville, 
James Alger, 



Sah 



Officers of the Mint. 



Robert Patterson, Director. 
Benjamin Rush, Treasurer. 
Henry Voight, Chief Comet 
Robert Scott, Engraver. 



C£V 



*3 l 

lanes of the principal officers of the 
Government of the United States, 



•ecretary of the Treasury, 
Secretary of State, 
"ecretary of War, 

ecretary of Navy, 

omptroiler of the Treasury 3 
\uditor, 
Treasurer, 



/Register, 

ffl* 



ttorney^General, 
^Commissioner of the Revenue, 
Accountant of War Department, 
Accountant of the Navy Department, 
Post- Master-General, 
Assistant Post-Muster-G eseral, 



i 5.000 
5,000 
4,500 
4,500 
3,500 
3,000 
3,000 
2,400 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

3,000 
1,700 



Attornies, 

Idmilted at the Circuit CounT^ in Connecticut. 



hfi Allen, 
meon Baldwin, 

h Backus, 
uvrage Beach, 
"oah B. Benedict, 

f«*ton BiiiingR, 
Wathan Bvace, 
premhhG* Br<?inard, 
•i Bristol, 
Burr, 
'udson Canfield) 
abez Clark, 



, esq. District Attorney/. 

Wm. Pitt Gleaveland, 
Thomas Chester, 
Alexander Collins, 
David Daggett, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Samuel W- Dana, 
John Davenport, jun. 
Ah'm V. H. Dewitt, 
Theodore Dw^Jn, 
Thomas Day, 
Josiah Dudley, 
Daniel Dunbar, 



William Edmoftd, 
Jonathan W. Edwards, 
Henry W. Edwards, 
Sylvester Gilbert, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
James Gould, 
Roger Griswold, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Jacob B. Guriey, 
Jeremiah Halsey, 
William S. Hart, 
James Iiillhouse, 
William Hillhouse, 
Uriel Holmes, 
Stephen Titus Hosmer, 
Hezekiah Huntington, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Jirah I sham, 
Roswell Judson, 
Lyman Law, 
James Lanman, 
John II. Lynde, 
John M Clellan, 
Walter Mi chell, 
Js*v»c Mills, 
Stephen Mix Mitchell,jr. 



*3* 

Jonathan O. Moseleyj 
William Moseley, 
John Parish, 
Enoch Perkins, 
John T. Pecers, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun« 
Ephraim Root, 
Philo RuggJes, 
Matthew T. Russell, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Aaron Smith, 
John C. Smith, 
Nathan Smith, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Asa Spalding, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Benjamin S iles, jufc. 
Adonijah Strong, 
Seth P. Staples, 
Eiisha Sterling, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
Marvin Wait, 
Dyer White, 
John Williams, 
William Williston, 
Sam'i Whittlesey, 
Samuel Woodruff, esq'r 



Marfhalof the Diftri&of Couneflicu! 



Joseph Will cox, of Killingworth. 
Deputy. ~~ Ambrose CookjWallingibrd* 



'33 

MINISTERS, 

/ the United States resident in foreign countries 

imes Monroe, Minister Plenipotentiary at London. 
>hn Armstrong, do, at Paris, 

►avid B. Warden, Secretary of Legation, 
imes Bowdoin, Minister Plenipotentiary, Madrid* 
reorge W. lLrving, Secretary of Legation. 

CONSULS AKD COMMERCIAL AGENTS. 

'omuls in the kingdom of Great-Britain and its 

dependencies* 
William Lyman, Consul at London. 
,lias Vanderhorst, at Bristol, 
obert W. Fox, at Falmouth, 
imes Maury, at Liverpool. 
)seph Wilson, at Dublin. 
"nomas Auldji, Vice Consul at "Poole, 
reorge Knox, Consul at Kingston, upon Hull, 
ahn C. Murray, at Glasgow, 
ames Holmes, at Belfast, 
ohn Church, at Cork, 
larry Grant, at Leith. 
ohn Gavino, at Gibraltar, 
acob Lewis, at Calcutta, India. 
Vm. P. Gardiner, at Demerara and Esaiquibo. 
oseph Pulis, at Malta. 

"omuls and Commercial Agents to the French Em- 
pire , and her dominions. 

ulwar Skipwith, Commercial Agext at Paris, 
tacob Bridge way, at Antwerp. 
[j»ac C. Harnett, Havre de Grace. 
William Lee, at Rourdeaux. 
Edward Jones, Island of Guadaloupe. 
John Mitchell, vice com. agent at Havre de Grulfe, 
rhomas Aborn, at Cayenne. 

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James Anderson, Commercial Agent at Cettet 

Aaron Vale, at L'Orient. 

William Buchanan, at Isles of France and Bourbo 

Thomas Lovell, at La Rochelle. 

I,Utienne Cathalan, at Marseilles. 

Francis Coffin, at Dunkirk. 

Henry Wilson, at Ostend. 

John Appleton, at Calais. 

Wil iam Patterson, at Nantz. 

Isaac Prince, Consul at St. Bartholomews. 

David Eastoii, at Martinico. 

Benjamin H. Phillips, at Curracoa. 

Consuls to the Kingdom of Sfiain and its dominion 
Moses Young, Consul at Madrid. 
Joseph Yznardi, jun. at Cadiz. 
Robert Montgomery, at Alicant. 
William Kirkpatrick, at Malaga. 
Lewis Mengher O'Brien at St. Anders, 
Henry Molier, at Corunna. 
Augustin Madan, at La Guira. 
Martin Lemar, at Madeira. 
Henry Hill, jun. at Havanna. 
Josiah Blakely, at St. Jago de Cuba. 
John Leonard, Consul at Barcelona. 
John T. Armstrong, Teneriffe. 
John M.Baker, Minorca, Majorca, and Yviea. 

To the Kingdom of Portugal and its dominion** . 
William Jar vis, Consul at Lisbon. 
John Street, at Fayal. 

To the Bat avian Republic. 
Svlvamis Bourne, Consul General, Amsterdam. 
Thomas Hcwes, Consul at Batavia. 
Levett Harris, Rotterdam. 

7y tjie Kingdom of Denmark and its dominion*! 
IT msRocWph Saabye, Consul at Copenhagen. 



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enry Cooper, at Santa Cruz, 
ihn F. Brown, at St. Thomas'. 
To Russia. 
cavitt Harris, Consul at Petersburgh. 
rederick W. Lutze, at Stettin. 
To Germany. 
ohn M. Forbes, Consul at Hamburgh, &c. 
Frederick J. Wicheliauson, at Bremen. 

Eilip Marck, at Francor.ia, 
illiam Riggin, at Trieste, 
illiam Clark, at Embden. 
» (Jacob Ridgway, Vice-Commercial Agent at Antwerp* 
lo the Kingdom e.f Sweden. 
Robert C. Gardiner, Consul at Gottenburgh. 
'Isaac Prince, at St. Bartholomews. 

To the Italian States. 
Thomas Appleton, Consul at Leghorn. 
Frederick Degan, Consul at Naples. 
John Baptist Sartor i, at Rome. 
Peter Kulin, jun. at Genoa. 
Joseph Barnes, Island of Sicily* 
Jolm Broadbent, Messina; 

To. the Barbara Powers. 
Tobias Lear, Consul General to the Barbary States, 

residing at Algiers. 
Jonathan Russell, Consul nt Tunis. 
James Simpson, at Morocco. 

To Turkey. 
William Stecoxert, Consul at Smyrna. 



MINISTERS, 

Consuls and CommissnrirR of Foreign Powers > rcsi" 
dentin t/ie United Scutes. 

Prom the K-'nprdom r.f Great* Britain* 
Anthonv Merry, Minister Plenipotentiary. 
Thos. Barclay," Consul General ici the eastern states. 



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Phineas Bond, for the middle and southern states. 
Andrew Allen, jun. Consul for New-Hampshii 

Massachusetts^ Rhode-Island and Connecticut. 
John Bernard Gilpin, Vice -Consul for Connecticj 

and Rhode-Island. 
Gabriel Wood, Baltimore, 
Benjamin Moodie, Consul for North and Soulh-G J 

retina and Georgia. 
John Wallace, Vice-Consul for Georgia, 
From the Rmfdre of France* 

Turreau, Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Louis Yousard, Consul for New -Orleans. 

Citizen Oster, Vice-Commissary of Commercial R< 

lations, for Virginia. 
Charles Francois Liot, Commissary of Commerci; 

Relations for" Pennsylvania and Delaware* 
Louis Arcambel, Commissary of Commercial Rela 

tions for Maryland. 
Marc Antoine Alexis Garaud, for New -Hampshire 

Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut. 
Gerare Gazeau, for Portsmouth, N. H. 
From the Mngdorn of Sfiain* 
Chevalier de Yrujo, Minister Plenipotentiary* 
Chevalier de Foranda, Consul General. 
Antonio Argpte Vilialobus, Consul for Virginia an< 

Kentucky. 
Jean Baptiste Barnabeu, Consul for Maryland. 
Diego Morphy, for North and South Carolina* 
Fclipi Patio, for Pennsylvania. 
Don Manuel Ren gel, for Georgia. 
Juan Stoughton, for New -Hampshire, Massachusetts 

Connecticut, Rhode-Island and Vermont* 
From, the Kingdom of Portugal* 
Joseph Ruedemaker, Charge des Affaires and Cons* 

Geiieral. 
Joi.ii Abram, Vice-Consul at New-York. 
Jatnes F. Vcrcnock, for South-Carolina* 
Hichard Codmun, for Massachusetts 



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From the Bat avian Republic* 

drian Valck, Consul for Maryland and Virginia* 

•eorge Reed, for South-Carolina and Georgia. 

H- C. Heineken, Commercial Agent,Pennsylvania. 

hn G. Bogert, Vice Commercial Agent for Ne>v- 

York. " 

Frc?n Prusda. 

hann Ernst Christian Schultz, Consul, Baltimore. 

From Denmark* 
eter Blecker Olsen, esq. Minister Resident, and 

Consul General. 
I. F. Eckard, Consul for New- Jersey, Pennsylvania, 

Delaware and Maryland. 
)avid Green, Vice-Consul for Massachusetts* 
acob Eberhard August Steinmeitz, for S. Carolina. 
iVilliam Scarborough, for Georgia, 
ftrich Ballman, for Pennsylvania. 

fohn Boutz, for North -Carolina. 
Jeorge Hamekin, for New-York, New-Ham pshire 5 
Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut,, 

Joseph Winthrop, for South-Carolina. . 

Peter Collin, for Maryland. 

Jonathan Swift, for District of Columbia. 
From Sivedav. 

Richard Soderstrom, Consul General, 

William Scarho?*cue:h, jun. Consul for Georgia. 

Joseph Winthrop, Vice -Consul for Charlestown, B.C. 

Jonathan Swift, Columbia, and the ports oil the Ptk. 

Charles F. Bteyen, for New-Hampshire, Massachu- 
setts and Rhode-Island, 

Henrv Gahn, for New -York and Connecticut. 

John Cowper, Vice-Consul for Norfolk and all 1 other 
ports in Virginia, except those on the Potomaci* 

John Baritz, for North -Carolina. 

Peter ColKn, for Maryland; 



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138 

Legiflature of the United States. 

S E N AT E. 

George Clinton, President. 

Samuel A. Otis, Secretary. 



A "erj-Hainfi shire. 
William Plunier, 
Nicholas Oilman, 

Ala a* achusetts. 
John Q. Adams, 
Timothy Pickering. 
Rhodr- Inland, 
Benjamin Hnvland, 
James Fenner. 

Connecticut* 
Jawies Hilihouse, 
Uriah Tracy. 

Vermont* 
Stephen Ro we Bradley, 
Israel Smith. 

^nv-York. 
John Smith, 
Samuel L. Mitchell. 

New -Jersey. 
John Condit, 
Aaron Kitchell. 

Pennsylvania. 
George Log;an, 
Samuel M'Clay. 

Delaware. 
Samuel White, 



James A. Bayard. 
Maryland. 
Robert Wright, 
Samuel Smith. 

Virginia. 
William B. Giles, 
Andrew Moore. 

North - Carolina* 
David Stone, 
Montfort Stokes. 

South-Car clina 9 
Thomas Sumpter, 
John Gail 1 ard. 

Georgia. 
Abraham Baldwin, 
James Jackson. 

Kentucky. 
Buckner Thruston, 



Tennessee. 
William Cocke, 
Joseph Anderson. 

Ohio. 
Thomas Worthington, 
John Smith. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

, Speaker* 

John Becklev, Clerk. 
JK r $w- Hamfi& hire* I Caleb Ellis. 
Silas Betton, \ David Hough, 



muel Teur.ey, 

'hornas W. Thompson. 
Musfiach use its . 

haruel Bishop^ 

loseph Barker, 

Jarnabas Bid well, 

acob C r o wr. \ n gshi eld , 

ohn Chandler, 
hrchard Cook, 

ichard Cults, 
[William Ely, 
Isaiah L. Green, 
Beth Hastings, 
Jeremiah Nelson, 
Josiah Quincy, 
Ehenezer Seaver^ 
William Stedman, 
Samuel Taggart, 
Joseph B. Varnum, 
Peleg Wadsworth, 
Rhodr-Irland* 
Nehemiah Knight, 
Joseph Stanton, jun. 
Connecticut* 
John Davenport, jr. 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Jonathan O. Moseley, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
John C. Smith, 
Lewis B. Sturees, 
Benjamin Tallmadge. 

Vermont. 
Martin Chittenden, 
Jame* Elliot, 
James Fisk, 
Gideon Olin. 

JViw- York^ 
'John Blake ; jua, 



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Philip Van Ccrtlanu, 
Georee Clinton, jun. 
Silas iialsey, 
Henry W. Livingston, 
Josiah Masters, 
Gurdpn S. Mumford, 
K. K.. Van Rensellear, 
John Russell, 
Thomrs Sammons, 
Peter Saiily, 
G. Schureman, 
David Thomas, 
Uri Tracev, 
Daniel C. Verplank, 
Nathan Williams, 
Eliphakt Weeks. 

Jl t w -Jersey* 
Adam Boyd, 
Ebt nezer Palmer, 
Willi am Helms, 
James Mott, 
Henry Southard, 
James Sloan. 

Pennsylvania* 
Isaac Anderson, 
David Bard, 
Robert Brown, 
Joseph Clay, 
Frederick Conrad, 
William Findley, 
Andrew Gregg, 
John Hamilton, 
James Kellev, 
Michael Leib, 
Christian Lower, 
John Pugh, 
John Rea, 
Jacob Richards, 



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I 



John Smilie, 
Samuel Smith, 
John Whiteh ill, 
Robert Whitehiil. 

Delaware* 
James M. Broome. 

\Manjland* 
John Archer, 
Waiter Bowie, 
John Campbell, 
John Dennis, 
William M'Creery, 
Nicholas R. Moore, 
Joseph H. Nicholson, 
Roger Nelson, 
Thomas Plater. 
Virginia. 
Rurwell Basset, 
Matthew Clay, x 
Christopher Clark, 
John Clopton, 
John Claiborne, 
John Dawson, 
John W. Eppes, # 
Peterson Goodwin, 
James M. Garnet, 
Edwin Gray, 
David Holmes, 
John G. Jackson, 
Walter Jones, 
Joseph Lewis, 
Jeremiah Morrow, 
Thomas Newton, jun. 
John Randolph, 
Thomas M. Randolph, 
John Smith, 
Philip R. Thompson, 
Abraham Trigg* 



Alexander Wilson. 

J\ or th -Carolina. 
Nat 1 \ an iel Alexancle r , 
Willis Alston, jun. 
William Blackledge, 
Thomas Blount, 
James Holland, 
Nathaniel Macon, 
Duncan M'Farland, 
Richard Stanford, 
Marmaduke Williams, 
Joseph Winston, 
Thomas Wynns, 



Sq u ih - Carolina* 
Joseph Alston, jan. 
William Butler, 
Juevi Casey, 
John B. Earle, 
Thomas Mocre, 
Robert Marion, 
Obrien Smith, 
Richard Wynn. 
Georgia* 
Joseph Bryan, 
Peter Early, 
David Merri wether, 
- — Mead. 

Kcntuekif. 
George M. Bedmgeiy 
John Boyle, 
John Fowler, 
Matthew Lyon, 
Thomas Sandfortf, 
Matthew Walton. 
Terinesste* 
George W CampbeHf 



Rhea. 

tier,! Ohio* 

raham Morrow. 



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Missisi/ifii Territory* 
W. Latimer, [delegate. 3 

Indiana Territory. 
B. Parke, [delegate,] 



Governors of the feveral States. 



w- Hampshire, 
Massachusetts, 

node- Island, 

\mnecticut) 
'mont, 

eiv- York, 

eiv-Jersey, 

'enmybvania, 

] elaware, 
Maryland, 
tirginia, 
Vorth-Carolina, 
tout h- Carolina, 
Ueorgia, 
Kentucky, 
fennessee, 
Ohio, 



Johri Langdon, 
Caleb Strong, 

Jonathan Trumbull , 
Isaac Tichenor, 
Morgan Lewis, 
Joseph Bloom field, 
Thomas M'Kean,, 
Nathaniel Miichelij 
Robert Bowie, 
John Page , 
James Turner, 
Paul Hamilton, 
John Mihedge, 
Christopher Greenup, 
John Sevier, 
Edward Tiffin. 



Missisifipi Territory. 
Robert Williams, Governor, 
rhomas H. Williams, Secretary. 
Seth Lewis, ~) 

Peter B. Bruin, Sludges. 
David Ker, J 

Indiana Territory » 
William H. Harrison, Governor. 
John Gibson, Secretary. 



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Thomas T\ Davis, "1 
Henry Vanderburgh, > Judges. 
John Griffin, j 



Territory of Orleans, 
William G. C. Glaiborne, Governor. 
J. B. Provost, "S 
John Coburn, > Judges. 

George Dufneld, j 



Territory of Upper Louisiana* 
James Wilkinson, Governor. 
John B. Lucas, Chief Justice. 

Territory of Michigan. 
William Hull, Governor. 
Stanley Griswold, Secretary. 

Robert Brent, Mayor of the city of Washiiagton.- 
Receivers of Public Money, for Lane 

James Findley, at Cincinnati. 
Elijah Backus, at Kaskaskias. 
Zaccheus Biggs, at Steubenville. 
Samuel Findley, at Omlicothe. 
Frederick Bates, at; Detroit. 
Harry Toul man at Fort Stoddert. 
Benjamin Tupper, at Marietta. 
-Thomas Van Swearingen, -at Zanesville. * 

Registers of the Land Office of ihe U. State** 
David Hoge, at Steubenville* 
Joseph Wood, at Marietta. 
Willis Sillivnan, at Zanesville. 
Charles K\)govQ > at Cincinnati. 



143 

e Spe ncer, at Chjlieothe. 
>rge Hoffman, fit Detroit. 
ii Badoliet, at Vincennes. 
faael Jones, at Kaskaskias. 
tt W- Gurley, at New-Orleans. 



Poft-Office Eftablifhment. 



RJfES OF POSfJGE, 

r letters conveyed by land, single, double Sctriplt* 

Any distance not exceeding 40 mites, 8 cents. 

oyer 40 — 90 — — 10 

_ — 90 ]i/>G 12 1-2 

150 300 — 17 

300 500 20 

500 - 25 

Double letters are double, and triple letters triple 
these rates, A packet of the weight of one ounce, 
crate of four single letters, and in like proportion 
r one of a greater weight. 

No allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 
Single letters, passing by sea, ir» packet hosts, the 
jl'operty of the United States, 8 cents each ; double 
Sitters, 16 cents ; and triple letters, 24 cents. All 
[(tters or packets by private ipessels., 2 cents each, 

I'ith the addition of postage, if destined to any other 
ace than where the vessel may arrive. 
No vessel can be permitted to report, moke entry, 
•break bulk, until the master has delivered to the 
ost-mastcr all the letters b might in his vessel, ex- 
ept those for the owner or consignee. 

Postage on TSfewsfiafiers. 
Each paper not carried over 100 miles, one cent — 
nd over 100 miles, one and an half cents. But, if 
arried to any Post-office in the state in which it is 



144 

printed, whatever be the distance, the postage ii 
ly one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the m 
Any distance not exceeding fifty miles, 1 cent C 
50 and not exceeding 1 00 mile*, lj cents. Any gr, 
«r distance, 2 cents. 

l*ist of Fost-Masters in the cities and firinc 
tewns in the United States. 



Maine,— Monmouth, 

Portland, 

f /V. Hampshire. 

Portsmouth, 

Massachusetts.—" Boston, 

Salem, 

J?. Island— Nemport, 

Providence, 

Connecticut— Hartford, 

New-Haven, 

New -London, 

Norwall^, 

Guilford, 

Saybrookj 

Norwich, 

Durham, 

Stratford, 

Derby, 

Wallingford, 

Kast-Haddam, 

Bridgport, 

Windham, 

Stonington, 

PI a infield, 

Colchester, 

Suffield, 

Middletown, 

Pomfret, 



2d 



John Chandler. 
Joshua Wingate > jun. 

Mark Simes. 
Jonathan Hastings, 
John Dabney. 
3. Richardson, 
Benjamin West. 
John Dodd, 
Jesse At water, 
Richard Douglas 
William Lockwood, 
R, Averill, 
Humphrey Pratt, 

C Gardiner Carpente? 

^JacobDe Witt, 
James Robinson, 
V. Wetmore, 
S- J. Andrews, 
James Carrington, 
James Green, 
Charles Bostwick, * 
Charles Taintor, 
Samuel Trumbull, 
jEbenezer Eaton, 
Samuel A- Peters, 
William Gay, 
Wensley Hobby, 
Lemuel Grosrenor, 



^'erthersfield, 

/do.) Rocky Hilt, 
sll ']lingworth, 

hfield, 

linbury, 

lamford, 

inaan, 
^Itchfield, 

irmington, 

ilford, 
'<|ew-Hartford, 
jhatham, 
jfindsor, 

ebron, 

wett's City, (Preston) 
|ebanon, 
anterbury, 
iTew-Milford, 
flerlin, 

f'ettypague, (Saybrook) 
»haron, 
Bristol, 
jymsbury, 

Yew- York— New -York, 
Ubany. 



*45 

Marshfield Parsoas, 
Levi Butler, 
J. Robbins, 
Samue Crane, 
D. Judson, 
Ebenezer R. White, 
Abraham Davenport, 
O Bur rill, 
Moses Seymour, 
Samuel Richard?, 
William Durard, 
Thaddeus Cowles, 
John H. Peters, 
Nathaniel Howard, 
Simon House, 
John Johnson, 
Samuel Bailey, 
Wm- F. Moore, 
Daniel Everett, 
Samuel Porter, 2d, 
D. Clark, 
George King, 
Josiah Fenney, 
Jonathan Pettibone. 
Theodorus Bailey, 
George W. Maneius* 
Peter Gordon. 



Yew -Jersey — Trenton , 
Penrmjlva. — PhiladelphiaRobert Patton, 
Lancaster, G. Moore, 

Delaware — Wilmington, Edward Gilpin. 
Maryland — Baltimore, Alexander Furnival, 



VnnapoJis, 
Virginia— Norfolk, 
Richmond, 
*etersburgh, 



S. Green. 
Edward Archer, 
John Guerrant, 
Joseph Jones. 



I Carolina— Charleston, Thomas W. Bacot, 
Vermont— Windsor, Thomas Leyerctt. 

5Wo— Marietta, J. Munro. 

If 



146 

Lift of Courts in the N. England Stattf 

for each month. 

NOTE— S.F.C. stands for Suflrcme Federal Cow:, 
C.F.C. Circuit Federal Court. D.F.C. Uistr! 
Federal Court. S.J.C. Supreme Judicial Couv 
S.C. Supreme Court. S.C.E. Supreme Court 
Errors. C.P. Common Fleas. C.C. County Com 



JANUARY begins on 
Wednesday, 31 days. 

S.C. Windham, Conn. 

1st Tuesday. 

— . Burlington, 1st do. 

Windham, V. 1st do, 

Middlebury, 3d do. 

Norwich, 4th do. . 

altera. atN.and N.L. 

Fairfield, 2d Tues. 

alt. at Fair. & Danbury. 

— Rutland, 1st Tuesday 
after 4th do. 

C.P. Boston, Dedham,and 
Portsmouth, 1st do. 

— Lenox, 1st Monday. 1 

— Warren, Bristol and 
Northampton, 2d do. 

— E.Greenwich, 3d do. 
C.C. Danville, 1st do. 
— — Rochester, 3d Tues 



S.C. Portsmouth,lstTu« 
Hartford, 3d do. 

— Litchfield, 1st do. 

— Manchester, 3d do 
next following 4th : 
January. 

— Dover, 4*h Tue: 
C.P. S. Kingston, 2d M<l 

Portland, 3d Tue* 

C.C. Burlington, Vt. la& 

do. save one. 

— Tolland, 2d do. 



FEBRUARY begins on 
Saturday, 23 days. 
S.F.C. Washington,* 

1st iviondav. 
D.F.C. Windsor, lfit do. 

Newport, 1st Tues. 

«-*—• New-Haven, id do. 



MARCH begins on Sat 
urday, 31 days, 

D.F.C. WiscassctlstTu 

Salem & Portsmouth 

3d do. 

SJ.C. Boston, 2d do. 

Dedham, last do. 

S.C. Newport, 1st Mon 

Bristol, 2d do. 

Providence, 3d do. ■' 

C.P. Haverhill, N. H. 

1st Tuesday, 

— Ipswich, 2d do. 

Nantucket, Tuesdaj 

next preceding la| 
Tuesday. 



147 

Concord, Monday 



prece. 3d Tuesday. 
I— Worcester, Monday 

preceding 4th do. 
|— Barnstabie,Amherst. 

and Ipswich, last Tu.i 
C. Middlebury, and 

Cra'tsbury, ist Mori. 

— St. Albans, 2d do. 

— Woodstock. 3»I do, 

— New -Haven and Rut 
land, 3d Tuesday. 

— Litchfield and Hart- 
ford, 4th do. 

— Haddam, last Tues 



PRIL begins onTuesday, 

30 days. 
F.C.New-York,2dday. 

— N. Haven, I3th day. 
J.C. Concord, 2d Tries. 

— Worcester, 3d do. 

— Northampton 8c Ips- 
wich. 4tk do. 
Lenox,lst Tues. after 

4th in April. 
».C. East-Greenwich, 

2d Monday. 

S. Kingston, 4th do. 

\P. Keene, 1st Tues. 

Plymouth, 2d do. 

! — Boston & York,Sd do. 

Taunton, Monday 

preceding 3d do. 

Dedham, last do, 

;.C. Fairfield, 3d do. 

tfAY begins ©n Thurs-.| 



day, 31 days. 

C.F.C. Windsor, 1st day. 

Portsmouth, 20th diiy 

D.F.C. Portland, last Tu. 

Rutland, 2d Monday. 

Providence, 2d Tues. 

Hartford, 3d dd. 

SJ.C. Yorfe, 2d Tuesday. 

Portland, 4ih do. 

S. C. Hopkinton, 1st do. 

Charleston, N. H. 

3d Tuesday. 
C.P. Castifee, 1st do. 

Wiscasset, 2d Mon. 

Augusta and Edger- 

ton, 3d Tuesday. 
•Newport,3d Monday. 
• Providence, 4th do. 



JUNE begins on Sundays 

30 days. 
C.F.C Boston, 1st day. 

Newport, 15th day. 
D.F.C. Boston, 4th Tues. 

Exeler, 3d do. 

S.J.C. Augusta, 2d Tues. 
next after 4th Tuesday 

of May. 
Wiscasset, 4 th Tues. 

next after 4th in do. 
Casting, 6th Tuesday 

ne^t after 4th in do. 
S.C. Plymouth, n. h. 

1^ t Tuesday. 
C.P. Bristol, 1st Monday. 
— .— Concord, Mon. next 

preceding 1st Tues. 

• Worcester, Monday 



preced. 2d Tuesday. 

^—Portland, 3d do. 

Salem, last do. 

C.C. Manchester,lst Mo 

— — Newfane and Chel- 
sea, 2d do. 

— N. London, 2d Tues 

— - GuildhalljVt. 3d Mo. 

r- — Danville, last do. 

S.C.E. N. Haven, IstTu. 
alter. Hart. & N.H. 



M8 



JULY begins on Tuesday, 

31 days- * 
S.C. Middletown, last 
Tuesday save one. 
alt. at "Mid. & Had. 
— — , Tolland,last Tuesday 
save two. 

N. Haven, last Tues. 

C.P. Boston, 1st do. 



AUGUST begins on Fri 

day, 31 <aavs. 
D.F.C. Windsor; 1st Mo. 

« Newport, 1st Tues. 

New-Haven, 3d do. 

SJ.C. Boston, 3d do. 
S.C. Newfane, 1st do. 
* — Danbury, 1st do. 

alt. at Dan. and Fair. 
— Litchfield, 3d Tues. 

Woodstock,Vt.3d do. 

Newport, 4th Mond. 

Chelsea, 2d Tuesday 

next following 3d do. 
Danville, 3d~do. next 

following 4th do. 



C.P. Plymouth and ti 

ter, 2d Tuesday. 

S. Kingston. 2d Mc, 

E. Greenwich, 3d c] 

Machias and Augu; 

ta, 3d do. 
— — Gilmantown h Win , 

ham, Ver. 3d do* 

Castine, 2d Monda] 

Northampton, aij 

Topsham, 3d do. 
Lenox and Waterb] 

rough, 4th do. 
C.C. Hartford, 2d TueS, 

. Windham, 3d do. 

Brownington,4thM 

— — St. Albans, last do. 



SEPTEMBER begins c 

Monday, SO dav»- 
C.F.C. N.York, 1st day, 
Hartford, 17th dc 



D.F.C. Wiscasset, 1st Ti 

Salem, 2d do. 

Portsmouth, 3dd( 

SJ.C. Lenox, 2d do. 

Northampton, 3d d( 

Worcester, 4th do. 

S.C. Hartford and Dovei 
1st Tuesday 

— Windham fc Exetei 
3ddc 

New-London, 4th dc 

alt. at N.L. and Noi 
Bristol, 2d Monday 

— Providence, 3d do. 
C.P. Worcester, Monda 

next prece. 1st T*ei 



P.Hopklnton, 1st Tues 
— Barnstable, 3d do. 



•Chariest. n.h. 4th Jo, 

— DedhamandNewbu- 
ryport, last do. 

f — Concord, Mond.next 
preceding 2d do. 

— Plvmouth,N.H.2ddo 
.C. Toll. ml, 2d Tues. 

— Litchfield, 4th do. 

— Woe dstock ,V. 3dMo, 

— Burlington, V. last 
' do, save two. 

— Middlebury . last IVfo. 



149 

Hartford, 3d Tuesday. 
3.J.C. Cambridge, 1st do. 

Salem, Sd do. 

;j.CJ I ; a verbid ,$ . h . 1 st do. 
C.P. Kewport, 1st Men. 

Plymouth, 3d 'Fucs; 

C.C. Middletown, 2d do. 

IJanbury and Rutland, 

3d Toei 1 
Norwich and Nj5W- 

Haven, 4th do. 



lCKMPER begins 
Ivlond;.}-, 31 days. 



©CJOBER begins 
Wednesday, 31 days. 

i.F.C llutland, Sd.ildy. 

Eg Boston, 2 1st day. 

J.C. Dedham, 1st Tues. 

Taunton, 2d do. 

Plymouth, 3d do. 

Barnstable, 4th do. 

.C. Amherst, 1st do. 

Keene, 3a do. 

■ — E.Greenwich,lstMo. 

S. Kingston;, 2d do. 

XP. Boston and Nantuck- 
et, 1st Tuesday. 
irr— N. Gloucester, 3d do. 
f — Tisbury, last do 



S.C. Middled v/n.2dTue?. 
onj alrer. at H. and Zvlid. 
s. I — - Tolland, 3d do. 

Nevv-Haven, 4th do; 

C.C. Hertford and Wind- 
ham, 1st Tuesday. 
— - 3&itchfiel'di : ?d do. 
- — Kewfane.'Ss Chelsea, 
2d Monday. 
-ennVr^n Iz Guild- 
had, SddO. 
B.F.C. Boston and Port* 
land, 1st Tuesday'. 
— Exeter, 3d dc. 
S.J.C. Alfred, 2d do. 
— — - Portland, 3d do. 
Augusta, 



Ya 



NOVEMBER begins . 

Saturday, SO davs. 

HP.C.V Exeter, 2d day. 

I Providence ,I5th do. 

D.F.C. Rutland, 1st Mon. 

•— — Providence and 

h 



— (C. P. Worcester, Mbnd- 

aJ preced. 1st Tuesday. 

— Taunton, Monday 
preceding 2d do. 

— Providence, 3d Mon. 
• Cambridge. Monday 

preceding 3d Tuesday. 



i 5 o 

FRIENDS' GEMZRAL MEETIAGS AR1 
KEPT— 

AT Philadelphia, the 4th first day in the third am 
ninth months—: at Wilmington the next first day ai 
ter spring meeting in Philadelphia— at Chester Riv 
i Maryland; the 3d seventh day in the fourtl 
mo i -at Pack ("reek, the 4th seventh day in tin 
fourth month — at Salem, the 3d first. day in the fiftl! 
month— at itfew-York,' the 4th first day of the fiftl! 
month— at Tattle- Egg-Harbour, the 1st first day ii| 
the sixth month— at Curls and Black-Water (in Vir 
gini a) alternately, the 3d seventh day in the fiftf 
moiijih— at West-River and Choptank alternately 
the Iv seventh day in the sixth month — at Newport 
(Rhode -Island) the 2d sixth day in the sixth month 



.// list of unsettled Ministers and Candidates, 
fir eve king with licences from the district As&ocia. 
tfens, and presented to the General Association. 

The Rev. Thomas Robbins of Norfolk, Mission- 
ary ; Joseph L. Mills, Goshen ; James W. Robbins, 
jik ; John Keese, Long-Meadow, Mass. ; John 
Hyftej Franklin ; Joseph W. Cannon, Greenwich, 
Majsg. ; James Beach, Torrington ; Moses Gillet, 
New-HartFord ; John Niles, Daniel Crocker, New- 
Ilaven ; Rev. David Avery, Mansfield ; Jolm Dor- 
rance, Brooklyn ; Timothy Williams, Woodstock ; 
ll'*v. Tiiomas Williams, Pomfret ; Abiel Russel, 
Greenwich ; John Judson, Ashford ; Rev. Simon 
Backus, Guilford ; ErastusScra»ton, Guilford ; An- 
drew Tla\? son, Brattlcboro', Vermont ; Horace Hol- 
ly, Salisbury ; Moses Stewart, Wilton ; Rev. Calvin 
Ingals, Stafford ; Levi Collins, Somers ; Rev. Simu- 
d biurets, Greenwich j Andrew EUiot, Fairfield J 



15* 

fiuel Rich, Bristol ; Hose a Bcckley, Berlin ; Pit- 

fCowles, Southington ; Rev. Aaron Kinne, Win- 

. ; Mart Mead, Greenwich ; Samuel Whittle- 

, Litchfield ; Rev. Ezekiel Chapman, Saybrook ; 

lemial* Day, Yale-College; Rev. Joshua Perry, 

[stol ; Hercules Weston, Kent ; Jeremiah Osborn, 

Jnox ; Oliver Wetmore, Hartford ; Thomas A- 

fns, Canterbury ; Cornelius Adams, do. ; George 

111, East-Haddam ; Luke Wood, Somers ; Sites 

fgley, Simsbury ; Nathan Johnson, Roswcll Swa», 

pnington ; Rev. Allen Olcott, East-Hartford. 

he next General Association of Connecticut, will 

held at the house of the Rev. John Marsh ia 

| r ethersneld, on the third Tuesday of June, 1S06. 

Additions and Alterations. 



CHESHIRE EPISCOPAL ACADEMY. 

[Page 79.] 
Rt. Rev. Abraham Jarvis, D. D. New-Haven, Pre- 
Stent. 
Rev. William Smith, D. D- Principal. 
Rev. Barber, Assistant. 

Page 94, Trustees if the Missionary Society, de- 
e Rev. Benjamin Trumbull, D. D. and Levi Hart, 
3. D. and add Rev. Samuel J\ott, and Calvin C/ia- 
ii?i* 

In Representatives to Congress from Maryland, 
>age 140, dele John Dennis, Thomas Plater, and 
Walter Bovjie ; and add Leonard Covington, Cha's 
Qoldzborough, and Patrick Magruder. 

Page 34, Union Insurance Comfiany, NctV-Lon* 
ion— for Job Tabcr, read David Coih 



15* 



(No. t ) 

Road t& tfeiuport. 

Grotbn miles 4 

Stonington 5 

Paucatuc bridge 5 



ROADS. 



Charieftown 
Tower H^i 

Ferry 
Newport 



»7 



Walpole 
Oedh am 
Roxbury 
Button 



49 



8: Afhf brd 
6 j Union 

9| Maimer 
" i ^kh.-rtowu 
>vt T I02 § Amherft 

01 h rom BoftoA to [\f6nt3gue 

7 L\ ! ewburyport 45 Nortbiield 
-'From Newbury- jflinfdale 



port to Pbftf- jCheilerfieM 
month 22jvyeftmdrelanii 

rrorn Portilnourhi vVai =o-e 
to Portland 6ziCh>>rleilowii 



(No. II.) 

Ltv>er Road to P r . 

lidtnee. 
To TowerhJII r>, x 

Greenwich m ' Ut * Cilias 20 3 -C-ormfh 

— --Plamfield 



:u; 



Failing, Mill 
Providence 



68 
^ (No. III.) 

MmdURoadto Pro- 
viderice-fc Bofloh. 
Turnpike, Mo&i 



33 2 'Lebanon 
(No.V.) College 

Turnpike Road M 
irlattford. \ 

Mor.tvilJe 

CbkHi titer 

Mxrlboronp-h 



( 

JC 

i 
t 

1- 
( 

If 
9 
9 
9 
9 

8 
10 

5 

5 

5 



18* 



vLIe 

Norwich 
Jcwet's City 
Klainfield 
Vol unc own 
Scituate 

MaiicheOer 
Trovidekce 
Au.'euorough 
*— Koluirs 
^jeiitijr.ni 



'tenbury 



7|Eaft-IIai tiurd 

7jHAaTFbKj» 



8 (No. VII.) 

I2ji^i //? New-Ka- 

8- ven tf»^ New- 

10! York. 

4.Lvnie 15 

|jAcre4fil the Ferry 

a x \ toSaybrook 4 

°f . 42^ ; Kiliingworth 

4/ (No. VI.) (GuiifoVd 
IJ A^/roJ3artmouth Br.infbrJ 
31 College. |N£w-Ha\en 

l2jMontviI! e 7,Mil)ord 

9|Norwich 7/>tratt'ord 

4;rranklin 4 Fairfieid 

if Windham 8]Norwalk 



9 

JO 

iO • 

9 

4 

9 

12 I 



km ford 

prfeneck 

re 
flerineck 

ew Rochelle 
J ng [bridge 

|SW«Y0R.X 



1 45 
(No. VUI ) 

fromNew-Yn'ktG 
Philadelphia 

lew rk IO 

liizabethtowa 6 
froodbridge I© 
firunfwick i° 

'en Mile Pvun io 
Princeton 

"renton 

riftol 
Penny-Peck 
Frankfort 
Philadelphia 

"96 
(No. IX.) 

From Philadelphia 

to Alexandria 
Derby 
Chefter 
Wilmington 
Chriftianbridge 
Elizabethtown 
Bridgetown 
Woodbridge 
NewBrunfwick 10 
Princeton 18 

Trenton 12 

Kriitol 10 



153 

j'HeadElk 12 

oCharleftown 10 
6'Acrofs theSufque- 
4( hannah 

Baltimore 

Rope Ferry 

—Spurrier's 

— Hole's 

Alexandria 



Dumfries it 

Frederick{burg2 5 
Bowling Green 22 



156 



(No. X.) 

From Hartford to 
Savannah in Geor- 
gia. Poft-Road 

Hartford to 

Middletown 

New-Haven 

Stratford 

Fairfield 

Norwalk 
amford 

Kingfbridge 

Mew -York 

Newark 

E. Town 



Hanover 
Richmond 
8'Peterfburgh 
Halifax 
Tarfburg 
Smithfield 
Fayetteville 
Greeno 
Campden 
Columbia 
Cambridge 
Auguila 
SavannAh 



*5 

22 
25 

75 
37 
60 

J* 
75 
5$ 
35 
8;> 
5» 
120 



12 

10 

30 

14 

9 

f 

N. Brunfwick 23 



Princeton 

Trenton 

Philadelphia 

Chefter 

Wilmiagton 

Charleitown 

Havre de Grace 

Hertford 

Baltimore 

Bladenfburg 

Alexandria 

Cole better 



1164 
(So. XI ) 

From Hertford, to 

Wind/or, Vt. 

Port Road. 

Hartford to 

\V. Springfield 32 



Northampton 6 

Hatfield 9 

Whately 6 

18 Deerfield t 

12 Greenfield 3 

30 B,:rnardfton ii 
i5Brattleborough 10 

i3lputney 1 1 



Weftminfter 10 
Walpole Bridge 3 
Charleftown 7 
Claremont 7 

VVindfor 1 1 

i*4 



MAIN LIST OF POST TOWNS, 


From Wiscasset) in Maine, to Sunbury^ in Geovgi 


T?aOM WifctlTet f 
JC Bath, 




Chefter, \\ 


n 


DELAWARE. 


Fortla»d, 


4* 


Wilmington, 3 


York, 


44 


Chriftiana- Bridge, 1J 


NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 


MARYLAND. I 


Portfaioutk, 


12 


Elkton, l| 


MASSACHUSETTS 




CharlefUn, l] 


Kewburyport, 


22 


Ha v re- de- Grace, 


Ipfwich, 


12 


Hartford, I 


Beverly 


10 


Baltimore, 2 


S«lem, 


2 


Bladefburgb, 3 


Lynn, 


6 


Georgetown, 1 


Bofton, 


n 


VIRGINIA. 


Worcefter, 


48 


Alexandria, 


Springfield, 


4$ 


Colchefter, IJ 


CONNECTICUT. 




Dumfres, is 


Hartford, 


*8. 


Frederickibnrgji, ^j 


Middletown, 


14 


Bowling Green, 22 


N*w-IIar«n, 


26 


Hanov*r-c#urt-ho'.ife, a< 


Stratford, 


i4 


Richmond, 23 


Fairfield, 


8 


Peteriburgh, 2 5 


Nor walk, 


I 2 


WORTH-CAROLINA. 


Stamford, 


IO 


Halifax, 7J 


NEW- YORK. 




Tarborongh, 3" 


Kingforidge, 


30 


Smithfield, 6<J 


New- York, 


14 


Fayetteville, 5« 


NEW- JERSEY. 




SOUTH-CAROLINA. 


Newark, 


9 


Greenville, 7i 


Elizab«th-Tovn, 


6 


Camden, 5. 


Bridgetown, 


6 


Columbia, 34 


Wo«dbridge, 


4 


Cambridge, ft 


New-Brunfwick, 


IO 


GEORGIA. 


Princeton, 


i2 


A-jgufta, 5« 


Trenton, 


22 


Savannafe, I2« 


PENNSYLVANIA 




Sunbarv, 4* 


Briftol, 


IO 




Philadelphia, 


20 


15': 



I LMANACK,.Page5 
Ja. Attornies, Circuit 
■Court, Conn. 131 

i— — Practising, Con. 
see the counties.) 
ademy of arts, Sec. 79 

Cheshire, 79 

Bacon, 7$ 

pidens and Altera- 
tions, 1.51 
,nks, S 1 
urts, 146 
omm. Loans, 130 
ities, 76 
lergv, &c. £8 
Hndidates and unset- 
tled Ministers, 150 
olleges— New-Haven, 78 

- Harvard, 8$ 

- Wihiamstown, 81 

- Rhode-Island, SO 

- Dartmouth, 80 
onnecticut — Govern- 
ment, executive and 
legislative, 49 

L— Judicial and Civil, 57 
Hartford county, 57 



INDEX. 



Payable in, 
C '-edit, 
FeNfcs, 

v\llowance, 



Ports of Entry, 

- Restrictions, 

- Tares allowed, 

- Rates of Coins, 

- Information gene* 
rally 



4* 

43 
4J 

42, 43 



43 
46 
42 
40 



17 
3 
S 

96 



New-Haven, 
New -London, 
Fairfield, 
Windham, 
Litchfield, 
Middlesex, 
Tolland, 
luties, impost, 
— — Free/ 
*~- Tonnage 



Eclipses, 

Freemen's Meetings, 
Free Masons, 
Friends' Gen.Meeling,150 
Governors of States, 141 
Indiana Territory, 141 
Insurance Companies, 84 
Louisiana Territory, 142 
Medical Society, 94 

Monies of Account, 21 
Militia, 97 

Force, 122 

Ministers 5 Consuls,kc. 133 
Missionary Society, 93 
Marshal, Sec. Conn. 132 
Missisippi Territory, 141 
Michigan Territory, 142 
60 Nomination, Congress, 56 

62 Assistants, £5 

64 "Notaries, Conn. 75 

66 Orleans Territory, 142 
68 Post-Masters, &c. 144 
71 Po!M>Office, 143 

73 Pouts of Kntry, 45 

25 Probate Courts, Conn. 74 
Sn j Postage. 1*3 

39 1 Registers Land Ofcc?, 142 



Receivers pub. money, 142 
Roads, BT 

Rhode-Island officers, 

Executive, &c 
Salaries,. 

Surveyors, county- 
Table, tides, 
, Currencies, to dol 

lars, Sec 
. — . Polls and estates, 
^ — Weight and value 

of Coins, 



123 

131 

84 



•unds, J( 
lars, 21 1 
nt in 







:$r #'^^3*^1; 'fk v ^y , 



Mmm 










•■ cm 










i 




Gc 

974.6 

C7673a 

1807 

1216991 



M.LJ 



)GY COLLECTION 



\ 



UAMAi^MAMkMS 



THE 



Connecticut 
REGISTER 



E 






H FOR TEE TEAR OF OUR LORD, i 
•5§§| Being the Thirty -First of the Indepen- jfi 



dence of the United States. 



l^EW-LONDON : | 

is *i 

B PUBLISHED BY CADY AND EELLS, ?1 






OBSERVATION. 

^Y^lIE hour of niglu is, many times, more conren- 
i ieatiy estimated by the moon's southing, than by 
feer rising and sitting. 

To. find the moon's southing : 
RULE. 
Add three hours to the time of high water on an;| 
given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and yo| 
-will have the true time of the moon's southing foi 
th t day. ' P 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's, setting 
you will have the length of the day ; and double th) 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the nighl 

Chronological Cycles for the year a 8c 

Dominical Letter, D J Solar Cycle, 241 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- j Roman Indicti on, 10 - 

en Number, 32 . Julian Period, 6520 / 
Epact, 22 j 

.Names and Chara&ersof the Planets] 

O or © Sol or Sun. © or D Luna or Mod 
^Herschell. 1? Saturn. 2/ Jupiter. % Mar) 
© Tellas, or Earth. ? Venus. $ Mercuri 



W 



Names and Chara£iers of the Aipectd 

4> Conjunction, or planets situated in the si 

longitude. 
D Qviartile, when they are 90 degrees distlt 

from each other, 
Jp Opposition, when they are 180 degrees 

tant. 

A Trine, when they are 120 degrees distant i 
j{< Sextilc, is when two planets or stars, arefO 

desrrecs distant- 



ECLIPSES L\ THE YEAR 16CT. 
' X HERE will be four Eclipses, this year. 

I. The first will be of the Moon, May 21st, at 
11 o'clock 55 minutes, in the forenoon, invisible. 

II. The second will be of the Sun, June 6th, 
, invisible. The conjunction will be at Oh. 37m. in 
'the morning : ^ 's long, n 14de^. 3 lm. 2 *s lat. 

26 S. 

±21 BBS 1 

III. The third wiube a smalf ^chpse of th« 
Moon, November 15th, in the morning ; visible, by 
calculation, as follows, viz. 

h. m. 

Beginning, - - » 2 o'6] 
Middle, - - - 3 37 I Mora, 
End, ■ - - -.- 4 38 J 

Duration, 2 hours and 2"minntes. 
Digits eclipsed 3 deg. 13m. on the moon's south limb* 

IV. The fourth will be of the Sun, November 
& 29th, at seven o'clock 1 1 min. in the morning, in* 
• visible : D 's lat. 31 deg. 56m. N. incr. 

j freemen's meetings. 

t T^REEMEN'S-MEETINGS, throughout the. 
Jl State of Connecticut, are held annually on the 
third Monday in September, and on the Mohdaf 
following the first Tuesday hi April. 



\A TABLE Jbvwing the difference of High-Water atfeverui 
places from New-London, 

THE fixth column of each monthly page fliews the 
time of High- water at New-London, New- York 
Elizabethtown- Point, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
lina — to which if you add and fubtraft as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 
lowing places. — (A) ihews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtrafted— (H) ftands for 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



H.M. 
6 30 

45 

2 

3 o 

1 12 



Names of Places. 

Albany A 

Amboy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 

Annapolis, Notf. A 

New-Bedford S 

BoO.m . A 

Burlington A 

Canfo A 

Cape- Ann A 

Cape Fear S 

Cafco Ba? A 

Charleftoh Bar S 

Fairfield A 

Frederica^Georgta, S 

Georgetown Bar S 

Guilford A 

Hackenfack A 

Halifax A 

tfeli Gata A 

Hartford A 2 20 

Hin&ham S 1 31 

Huntington A 2 o 

Ipfxvich A 2 45 

Jamestown A o 50 

Kingiiown f Efopus 9 A 6 o 

Louifbourgh A 3 o 

Main Ocean S © 45 

Mobille-Point A 5 o 

Nantucket S 1 30 



Names of Places, 
New bury port A 

New-Haven A 

New- Providence S 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 



2 r5jPenbbfcot 
o 20'penfacola 
2 50J Philadelphia 
2 45'pifcataway 



r o 
2 15 

2 2o 
2 O 
I 
2 
I 

3 
3 

o 



o 

20 
30 

o 
o 

30 



Plymouth 

Polepels Ifland 

Port iloyal, S. C. 

Portfmouth 

Providence 

Purifburgh, S. C. 

Quebec 

lieedy-Ifland 

Rhode-Ifland 

Salem 

Smdy-Hook 

Savannah 

Saybrook 

St. Auguftine, B. 

St. John's, Nc-tof. 

Sunbury, Georgia^ 

TybeeBar 

White Stone 

Williamfburg, Va, A 

Wilmington, tf.C A 



o 45 
3 

1 
4*2oi 

2 40 
* 35 

3 o 
o 30 
2 45 



45 
2 45 

45 

1 12 

2 IJ 



1 25 



i 



JANUARY 
■New m.oda. 2h. 49m. ait. 
Firftqu. i6da. jh. 39m. aft. 



hath 31 days. 



M\ 



Wl 



Calendar 



Full m. 2 gci a. 9h. 14m. aft. 
Laft: qu. 2,eda. ch. 30m. aft, 

sea.jr. J) s 



he. |®ri. 



Circumcision. Snow J 28 4 32 



10 
11 

12 
13 
14 

\H 

17|7 

1 

19 

20 
*! 

$2 
23 5 



24 
25 
26 2 

ter 

i*8 

^| 
3117 



Days 1. 9h. 4m. Fleas' t.^T 28 

D with b Colotf 27 

2 d su . aft . C h . wo i£$e r .[? 27 

7*s. so. 8h. 23m. FairU 26 

Epiphany. wrmffierjtf 26 

D runs low. Snoiv7 25 

New Moon. cr rctfft. 7 2-1 

j) Ap. 6 ?D Lowry, 7 24 

7 ^gr.el. 6 05 co/f2 

D 1st after Ep. weather 7 22 

a Days 1. ?h. 16h, Fair 7 22 

Sons of Colum- weath. 7 2 1 

bia, be wise & Lowry 7 20 

virtuous. #??<:/ 7 20 

D0D *«cw or 7. 1.9 

O sl.cl. 11m. rain. 7 18 

D 2d aft. Epiph. 3/o?y 7 17 

|.& 16 56 / fileaumt;7 16 

ent.4^ 5h, aft. ?iow7 1 

Q09 rafn? 14 

Full tid. j> h. or mop \7 1 

Full moon. galmJT 12 

>perig. % stat. Jalling\7 1 1 

Septua. sund. weather. 7 10 

[Conv. St. Paul, i^/r7 

1) ! with $ we at her. 7 

Days length 9h. 46m. 7 

7*s s. 6h. 40m. ifotn or 7 

K,Ch's. &Q\ «^ow. 7 



4 



4 32 
4 33 
I 3 
4 3 
4 34 
4 35 
4 36 
4 36 
4 37 
4 3^11 
4 33!l 1 
439; a ft. 



4 40; 
4 40 
4 41 
442 
4 4 
4 44 
4 45 
4 46 
4 47 
448 
49 
4 50, 



(O0i> ~E^S.^4&5& 3 13^ U 



4 5 1J11 
452 
4 53 
4 54 
4 55 



2 

58 

52 

45 

morn. 

37 

1 29 

2 21 



morn 

•0 42 

1 44 

< 45 

3 47 

4 43 

5 39 

I ri.' 

6 

7 16 

8 33 

9 44 
10 56 
morn 

6 



10 
18 

24 
30 
30 
30 
29 
Dset. 

5 50 

6 50 

7 50 

8 47 

9 45 
10 42 

51^11 40 

35 

22 

■s 

4 



V £ BlTUARY hath 2* "daysT 



INewm. 7da. 9h. 28m. m. 
Fjrft qu. 1 5-J. oh. 43m. aft. 

I VfjWP" 'Calendar, &c. 



Full m. 22da. 8h. morning. 



}ri.|(g}s.|F. sea< || j) S 



;L)jbexages. sun. Hazy 7 3 
i Pur. ft. V. M. weather^ 2 

3 I ]) i uns low. Pleasant}*! 1 

4 j $ stationary. P feasant }\6 59 

5 3) with # Men[6 58 

6 [Days 1. lOh. 6m. cold'6 57 

7 New moon. iveatker. 6 56 



D 



6 

i4|r 

15D 



17 



6 54 
6 5 
6 52 
6 

49 
6 4 
6 47 



!7-3 

:8V 



Quinquages. su. gRwr. 
(Dw.j D Apo. &», 
Shrove Tuesday. Hazy, 
Ash Wednesday. ifom. 
sL ci. 15 m. or snow. 
Day's 1. 10h.24m. Mor^ 
\ 7 alcntine*i pleasant ; 
1st sun. in Lent. *7/<?/2;6 46 
(□03 jRtij&| orj6 44 

j) runs hi^h. snow.6 43 
^ stationary. .Mb?Y|6 42 

4 ")in X 8^. m. }i!easant<fi 40 

j J 15 11 / Pretty\6 39 

Full tides* O per. good6SF, 

Full moon. 

(® with $ 

St, Matthias. 

Sup. 4Q5I 
1) with >2 



4^7 
458 
4 59 
1 



iveat/ifr.-S 
PleasamlS 35 
weather. 6 ' 
Pai?io 3 2 
weather :\6 3 



Qsl. cl. lSm. very cold. \6 28 



5 8 

9 

5 II 

12 
5 13 
5 14 

16| 

m 

5 18 
> 20 

5 21 

5 22 
5 24 

2: 

26 
5 2fl 
5 2i'i 
5 3()f 



8 59 

9 40 

10 22 

11 2 
11 44 
aft. 27 

1 1 



16 

17 

6 

56 

29 
2 




50 
45 
42 
41 
3<? 
2 7 
34 
2 r ' 



Dset. 

6 33 

7 30 

8 29 

9 27 

10 26 

11 27 
morn.^ 

29 



28 



16 



•0 23 
11 1/ 
riorh 

is 

1 7 



21 

14 

53 

33 



4 
i 

D ris^T 

7 21 

8 37 

9 53 
I 1 
10m. 
10 



f/i.; pi itj-l ,9) W».is will be the evening' 
tar until the 15th of -October; then the morning J 
tav to the end of the year. 



m 



ks 

Jig 
28; 



f 



MARCH hath 31 daysT 



Laft qu. ldav, lh. 34m. m. ) Firft qu. 17 da. 2h 8m. m 
New m. 9day, 4h. 5m. m. j Full m. 23d. 5h. 22m. aft 
Lalt quarter, 30 day, 4h. 58m. afternoon. 



M|W| Calendar, &c. |@r.l@s.|F. sea.lr,} s. 



ID 



3d in km. 

O0J) 

j) runs low. 

j) with -h 



Cold\6 27 

WhidiJ 6 25 

Pkam?i fk 24 

Chime 23 

winded 2 I 



D 



>4. 


3 


>5 


4 


Ju 


5 


ir 


6 


;c 


7 


& 


D 


10 


9 


d 


3 



D'sl. llh ,20m. Pleas' AG 20 

2 sets ?'h 2m. /fci/j6 19 
1th in lent. Pleasantly 1 7 
Mew moon. fair\6 16 
Money wanted. Mild, 6 14 
D with 9 Pleasant\6 13>5 
7*3 set 1 lh 32m. Fairft 12I5 
Q sets 7h 18m. wowj§ 10 
O si. of clock 9 m. Pain 6 
1 5th in lent. Pair'. 6 
D'sl. llh 48m, Plcas'iS 6 

3 high. DQ3 Windtf3 4 

9 sets 7h 35 m. Sun 6 2 
7*s set llh 3m. slrn&b 1 
Qin ^ 8h mor. Windy 5 59 
Palm sand. Pleasants 58 
Full moon. Rain 5 56 

Full tidevS. Squally 5 55 

An. B. V. M. weather 5 53 
3) with ^ CW > 52 

Good Friday < Pleasan: 5 51 
Days L 12h 22m. Fair 5 49 
Easter Sunday, IIuzy5 4S> 
E. Mo* D 3 Lowry 5 47 
E. Tues. Dlow. CahrlsA 



00 
35 
36 
37 
39 
40 
41 
43 
44 
46 
47 
48 
50 
£l 
5 

54 
56 
57 
58 
59 
1 

2 

4 

5 

7 

8 

9 

11 

12 

13 



2 57 

3 49 

4 41 

5 29 
16 


42 
2 

6 
47 



10 30 

11 15 

aft. 


1 
2 



10 59 

11 56 



4 
47 
31 

4 
37 
10 
44 



> sets 

7 24 

8 24 

9 24 

10 2 

11 25 
morn. 

21 

1 17 

2 4 

2 51 

3 30 
.4 9 

4 48 
D rise 

/ 00 

8 44 

9 5$ 



morn. 10 58 

5l!morn. 

1 48 ( 2 

2 42' 49 



6 

6 15> 3 32 1 37 



APRIL ha>!i 


30 days. 




r """ -*- 


Mew m, ?da. 9h. 20m. afte. 1 F 


ull m. 224. 2fe^8l»v kL 


Firft qu. ljTd. nh. 51m. m. | Laftqu. 29c!. 9I1. 52m. m 


\lj\V| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|©s.|r .sea.|r. Jts. 


1 i 


$ sets 8h 10m. Lowry 


5 44 


6 16 4 22 


2 13 


25 


D with % Windy 


5 42 


5 Ifi 


5 6 


2 49 


3 6 


Days 1. 12h 3Sm. Hazy 


541 


5 IS 


5- 49 


3 10 


4 7 


St. Ambrose. Pain 


5 4C 


6 2C 


6 3\ 


3 31 


51 


) 1st after Easter. 7iorc 


6 38 


6 2v 


7 12 


4 3 


6-2 


(0 Apogee, pleasant 


5 37 


623 


7 54 


4 3; 


73 


New moon. tzcw 


5 35 


6 25 


8 33 


D set 


8 4 


9 sets 8h 27m. ramy 


5 34 


626 


9 21 


7 2, 


195 


D with 9 weather 


5 33 


627 


10 7 


8 25 


106 


Inf. (50? Pleasant 


5 31 


6S9 


10 56 


9 26 


117 


7*s set 9h 44m. Warm 


5 30 


6 30| 11 48 


10 23 


12E 


) 2d after Easter. jRotr 


5 29 


6 3l|aft.42 


11 21 


13 2 


9 sets 8h.42m. Showry 


5 27 


6 33 1 37 


norn 


143 


D runs high. Rainy 


5 26 


634 


2 32 


H 


1 5 4 


£ stat. Q05 weather 


5 25 


6 35 


3 26 


5$ 


16 5 


Days 1. 13h 12m. Fair 


5 24 


6 36 


4 20 


1 3r 


176 


©fast of cl. lm. then 


5 22 


6 38 


5 IS 


2 !■$ 


187 


9 sets 8h 58m. Bain 


5 21 


6 39 


6 f 


2 48 


29E 


) 3d after East. Pleasant 


5 20 


6 40 


6 59 


3 22 


20 2 


Qin8 8h aft. Pleasant 


5 18 


642 


7 54 


3 55 


21 3 


( 3 perigee* Windy 


5 17 


6 43 


8 49 


4 30 


22 "4 


Full moon. Squally 


5 16 


6 44 


9 4€ 


D rise 


23j5 


High tides. C/;?//z/ 


5 15 


6 45 


10 44 


'8 5,1 


246 


l $ stationary. Lowry 


5 13 


5 47 


11 42 


9 50 i 


2o J 7 


9sets9h 14m, Flying5 12[ 


5 48 


morn. 


10 50 


2-6D 


4th after East, showers fi 1 1 


549 


37 


ll 34 


272 


D runs low. Parny'5 1 < 


5 50 


1 30 


norn. J 


28 3 


<? *2 weather 5 S ( 


552 


2 2C 


19 


29 4 


a0) Pleasant ; 


J 7p53 


3 7 


51 


[30 5 D'sl. 13h4Srti. Serenr ! 


i 6654 


3 51! ■ 1 22f| 



MAY ivdA\ 31 uays. 


New m. 7d. oh, 19m. aft. 


Full m.2id. 1 in 


. 55m- mo 


Firft qu. I4d. 6h. 1 2m. aft. 


Laft qu. 29c*. 3h. 


16m. mor 


M|\V| Calendar, 8tc. |(v)ri.|^}s.|F\ 


sea. jr. D s. 


1 


6 


St Phil. Sc Ja's. Pleto't 5 5,5 55, 4 


33 1 4b 


2 


7 


$ sets 9h 30m, D0J[ 


5 4 


>56| 5 


15 


2 14 


3 


D 


Roga. sund. now comes 


5 2 


>58 


5 


56 


2 40 


4 


2 


5 perigee. ratfw 


5 ] 


559 


6 


40 


3 6 


5 


3 


Dayslen. 14h% Pleasant 


5 


7 C 


7 


22 


3 34 


6 


4 


St. John Evan. C/ra? 


4 59 


7 1 


8 


8 


4 3 


. 7 


5 


New moon. Hazy 


458 


7 2 


8 


56 


D sets 


8 


6 


(Ascension day. Cloudy 


4 57 


7 £ 


9 


48 


8 23 


9 


7 


©fast of clock 4m. and 


4 56 


7 4 


10 


42 


9 18 


10 


D.Sund. aft. A seen. Pain 


4 55 


7 5 


ii 


37 


10 14 


;n 


2 


( J) with 9 itor 


4 54 


7 6 


aft. 22 


10 57 


42 


3 


D runs high. Hazy 


4 53 


7 7 


1 


26 


11 41 


13 


4 


9 sets 9h 54m. Poggy 


4 52 


7 8 


2 


20 


morn. 


[14 


5 


D © D Ca/m 


4 51 


7 9 


3 


12 


16 


1 5 


5 


D with $ -^£*37 


4 50 


7 10 


4 


3 


52 


|l£ 


7 


1) perigee * CVcar 


4 49 


7 11 


4 


54 


1 23 


17 


D 


Whit Sunday. .fife*/ 


4 48 


7 12 


5 


46 


1 54 


18 


2 


Full tides. Showery 


4 47 


7 13 


6 


38 


.2 28 


19 


3 


^withl^ Pain 4 46 


7 14 


7 


34 


3 2 


20 


4 


9 sets lOh 4rn. i?dp" 


4 45 


7 15 


8 


30 


3 40 


2] 


5 


Full moon. Poggy 


4 44 


7 16 


9 


28 


5 rise 


22 


6 


©inn 9h aft. Windy 


4 43 


7 17 


10 


25 


8 39 


23 


7 


D's le. 14h 36m. More 


4 42 


7 18 


11 


19 


9 2 9 


24 


D 


Trinity Sunday. rain 


4 42 


7 18 


morn. 


10 It 


25 


2 


D runs low. Pleasant 


4 41 


7 19 





12 


10 48 


26 


3 


3 with % Hazy 


4 40 


7 20 


1 





11 23 


27 


4 


9 sets 1 Oh 13m. Pair 


4 39 


721 


1 


46 


11 49 


58 


.5 


© fa. of cl. 3m. weather 


4 39 


721 


2 


29 


morn. 


29 


6 


D Ap. a © j Pleasant 


4 38 


7 22 


3 


1 1 


38 


30 


7 


SI 10 2/ fl«rf 


4 37 


723 






52 


57 


31 


D 


1 st after Trin . S,rene 4 37 


723 


4 


34 1 16 



JUNE hath 30 days. 


New m. od. oh. 37ni. mor. 


Full m. I9d. ioh. 23m. aft« 


Firftqu. I2d. lOh. 43m. af. 


Laft qu. 27(1. 8h, 28 


m. aft* 


M|W| Calendar, &c- |©ri.|©s.|F.sea. 


|rT5& 


1 


2 


$ sets lOh 15m. Fair A 36 


724 5 17 


1 49, 


2 


3 


2/ ri. llh 37m. Serene 


4 36 


7 24 


6 1 


2 1 


3 


4 


£J 9 47 £ weather 


4 35 


7 25 


6 48 


2 3~7 


4 


5 


Days!. 14h 50m, JVbw 


4 35 


725 


7 38 


3 13 


5 


6 


fes t of cl . 2 m * e^/ 2 ^c t 


4 34 


7 26 


8 31 


3 49 


•6 


7' 


New mocn. r«/w 


4 34 


7 26 


9 27 


D sets 


7 


D 


2 d afte r T rin . and thun - 


4 33 


7 27 


10 23 


8 55! 


8 


2 


Q0o 3 high. der 


4 33 


7 27 


1 1 1 9 


9 So 


9 


Q 


]) with 9 -£fc*r 


4 32 


7 2S 


aft. 13 


10 16 


10 


4 


J s. lOh 18m. 'weather 


4 32 


72S 


1 6 


10 49 


'H 


e 


8u Barnabas. /foz^ 


43? 


7 29 


1 -57 


11 23 


12 


6 


3 per. D0J) Warm 


4 31 


7 29 


2 48 


il 54 


13 


7 


Sup. 6 j) ^ Flying 


431 


7 29 


3 38 


morn. 


14 


D 


3d after Trinity.' c/o?^.s 


4 3 1 


7 29 


4 29 


2C 


15 


2 


Daysl.J4h 58m. CAw 


4 3i 


7 29 


5 21 


1 i 


16 





#nseioh26m. CVowflfe 


4 30 


7 30 


6 16 


1 39 


17 


4 


3 slow of clock 1 m, up 


4"3C 


7 30 


7 12 


2 20 


18 


5 


5 sets LOh 9m. for 


i it> 


l 30 


8 8 


3 1 


19 


6 


Pull moon. rain 


4 30 


7 30 


9 5 


D rad 


20 


r 


3 runs low. Fair 


4 SO 


7 30 


9 57 


8 3 


21 


D 


4th aft. Trinity. Clear 


4 30 


7 30 


10 46 


8 40 


22 


9 


0in£o 6h morn. Z)r:/ 


4 30 


7 30 


11 34 


9 17 


23 


3 


1) with 2/ Cloudy 


4 30 


7 30 


morn. 


9 44 


24 


4 


St. John Baptist, /far?/ 


130 


7 30 


19 


10 12 


25 


5 


5 Apogee. Clear 


4 30 


7 30 


i 1 


10 37 


26 


6 


9 sets lOh 5m. Smoky 


i30 


7 30 


I 42 


11 2 


27 


7 


a O 3 -Won- 


4 30 


7 30 


2 23 


11 29 


28 


D 


5th after Trim Fair 


1 3 1 


729 


3 5 


1 1 57 


29 


2 


St. Peter. il# * 


4 31:7 29 


3 49 


morri. 


30' * 

L— J — 


Davsl. 14h 58m. /■«/- 


tSl ! 7 29 


4 34 


41 






1 U LY hath \t days. 


New m. 51L ioh. 28m. mor. 


Ft... J I m 19 1, ioh. 24m. m 


Firll qu. 1 2d. 3h. 6m. morn. 


Lall : qu 2"/nn, ih. Om.aft 


M | VV | Calendar, &c. | ©^i. | ©s,| F.sea.jr. ]) s 


1 4 


Visit, B. V. M. foggy 4 3 1,7 29 5 21 


1 28 


2 


a 


9 sets 9h 57m. Calm 


4 32 


728 


6 13 


1 59 


3 


6 


Days 1. 14h 56m. nonx 


i 32 


7 28 


7 8 


2 31 


4 


7' 


IXDEI'KXDENCE. COIll-h 


132 


728 


8 5 


3 3 


5 


D 


New moon. rah 


133 


7 27 


9 2 


3 sets 


6 




3 high.' Mhix 


i 33 


7 27 


9 59 


7 42 


7 


3 


\ stationary. *$&g\ 


i 34 


7 26 


10 53 


8 26 


8 


* 


2 with J morning 


K34 


726 


11 47 


9 10 





- 


j) perigee* C7r'a 


135 


7 25 


Ul. oV 


9 54 


L. 


; ^ 


Full tides. * serene 


t 35 


725 


1 30 


10 25 


n 


7 


]) with £ xveathei. 


4 36 


7 24 


2 21 


10 56 


12 


*"* 


7th after Trin. ifc. 


4 37 


7 23 


3 13 


il 32 


13 


2 


j)withl2 i^tor 


4 37 


7 23 


4 6 


morn. 


u 


3 


9 sets 9h 33m. 2?rj 


4 38 


7 22 


5 1 


8 


15 


£ 


[>'s 1. 14h 42m. Smokx 


139 


7 21 


5 55 


55 


16 


5 


2/ rises 8h 14m. Sultn 


4 39 


7 21 


6 50 


1 42 


17 


5~ 


5 runs low. Ha 


1- 40 


7 20 


7 44 


2 39 


is 


r 


3 f. of cl. 6m. weather 


441 


7 19 


8 35 


3 37 


19 


D 


Full moon, Broker, 


4 41 


719 


9 23 


D rise 


be 




□ Off 6 #3 c&wck 


4 42 


7 18 


10 9 


7 44 


21 


3 


5 gr. elonga. JLowri 


443 


717 


10 53 


8 10 


12 9 


I 


D Apogee. ^ tfcwzr 


4 44 


7 16 


11 35 


8 37 


23 


5 


O in SI 4h afterm f?o?a 


4 45 


715 


morn. 


9 2 


24 


6 


$ sets 9h 1 6m. Lotvrt 


4 46 


7 U 


16 


9 27 


25 


7 


St. Ja's. DogcTs. ifoz?, 


4 46 


7 14 


57 


9 59 


f6 


D 


9th aft. Trinity. Cka) 


4.7 


7 13 


1 40 


10 32 


i # 





nQ\ DQJ> Foggy 


4 48 


7 12 


o ; < 


11 2 


,28 


3 


IVsl. 14h22m. Thnncl. 


4 49 


7 1 1 


3 11 


il 32 


29 


4 


7*s rise 1 lh 28m. MoM 50 


7 10 


4 


morn. 


;-o 


5 


9 sets 9h 3m. Fairl 5\'7 9 


: 4 52 


.0 20 


.16 ^Q^Z jS^m/f 


4 52 7 H 


5 ^7l.l 9 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 



Ntwni. 3d. 6h. 40m. aft. 
Firft qu iod. <)h. 5m. mo. 



Full m, i8d. ok. 23m. morn. 
Laft qu. 2ld. 4I1. 17m. mor, 



M|W| Cai endar, &c. |©ri.|(?)s.[jL-'-.sea.-|r J) s 



i 7 Lam. D high. Pleasant At 53 
D 1 Oth after Trin . Seven i 4 54 

2 New moon. weather 4 5 

3 § station. Hazi 4 56 

4 9 gr. elon. J) per. />rz, 4 57 

5 Full tides. weathe: 4 59 

6 j) with ? i^ir 5 
7, -3) with S Seven 
D llth after Trin. Smoh 

Days 1. 13h 52m. Coo/ 

4 7*sr. lOh 35m. Seven, 

5 9 sets 8h 35m. Dvi, 

6 j) runs low. weather 

7 Assumption. Foggy 5 
D. 12th after Trin. Lowvy 5 
2 Infl <$ © 5 ( <5 2/ J 5 11 

Full m. Squally (Fain 5 12 



Di 



<S % # D apog. JU?«ig| 5 1 4 
2/ south 1 Oh 33m. Fairs 15 
O slow of cl. 3m. Clear* 16 
D'sl. 13h 24m. Sevene5 18 
1 3th after Trin. Hazy 5 1 9 
St. Barthol. Broken 5 20 
9 sets 7h 54m. cloud* 5 2 1 
Com. Dartmouth, SoweS 23 
(& Cambridge. /?ci« 5 24 
St. Aug. J) high. JJvy5 25 
St. John Bap. b. weathers 27 
5 28 
5 29 



5 
5 

5 7 



1 lth after Trin. Faiv 
i2|7*s rise 9h 24m. Afory 



7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

659 

608 

657 

656 

655 

65 

6 52 

651 

6 50 

6 49 

6 48 

646 

645 

644 

6 42 

641 

6 40 

639 

6 37 

6 36 

6 35 

6 3S\ 

6 32 

6 3 11 



6 44 



2 12 



7 42 


3 16 


8 39 


3 sets 


9 34 


7 17 


10 28 


7 50 


11 22 


8 24 


aft. 15 


8 57 


1 8 


9 31 


2 3 


10 16 


2 57 


10 52 


3 52 


11 43 


4 47 


morn. 


5 41 


34 


6 33 


1 33 


7 21 


2 3S 


8 8 


3 34 


8 53 


4 35 


9 35 


J) rise 


10 17 


7 16 


10 58 


7 41 


11 41 


8 6 


morn. 


8 32 


24 


8 59 


1 9 


9 37 


1 57 


10 16 


2 47 


11 7 


3 39 


U 58 


4 34 


i>iorn. 


5 30 


l 3 


6 27 


2 9 1 


7 23 


3 15 



New m. 2da. 2h. 18m. mor j Full m. i6:i. 
Firft qu. 8day. 5b. 59m. aft. | Lafl qw 24d. 



^PliiMHEK nam ; s o u^\ 



4't 19m. aft 
5h. 47m. aft 



MIWI Calendar, Sec. 



^v- 



,|F.sea.|r.> 



5 32 6 2 r 
5 33-627 

5 36(624 

5 37;6 23 
5 39:6 5 

5 4 U6 1 ! 



. thick 

ah 

rain 



5 44 6 U 
5 45J6 \L 
5 4716 i; 
5 48J6 1% 



$• sets 7h 47m, C^/|5 3 1 fi V: 

€©m. Provid. «*{$*« 

J) per. ( 6 0) 9 Warw 

Dog days end. iiqcyij 

3 with 2 F. tides. irraV 

15th after Trin. ifyrf* 

9 sets 7h 30 m. C7.-*a; 

Nativ.B.V.M. P03 

Com . N.Haven. A izt; 

D runs low, 

D's 1. 12h 32m. 

D with 2/ 

16th after Trin. 

7*srise8h 33m 

&417/ 

Full moon. 

( 3 perigee. 
5 ! 0iast of cl. 6m. 
7 j^so. Sh 34m. 

D* 17th after Trin. Clea>\5 se\$ 4 
jst Matthew. IIazy\5 58f6, 2 

7% rise 8h Sm. &«oi:</[5 59 jO I 

.0 in=£- 7aftern. 2 r h>in^ 

$ stationary. Ciouc'Jfi 

D runs high, fi\ M.6 

fast of el. 9rr\. pintles 

1 Sjth after Tri u. AVf 6 
Days i. 1 In 43m. Dr0 
% stat i on ary . Clear : 6 
Sup, 6 0? j)p. ra zi( 6 ! 0J5 50J 



5 49J6 
5 5 1 16 
5 52r5 g 



2'.: A 
14 

G 



3) sets 
7 
7 



67 

1 5f] ? 

2 SCflQ 

3 44JM 



vl 



3 



j 

351 



.5 5416 ( 
$?rcnc\5 55:6 



6 r 

in 
m 

of? e:<7 



7 42 
3 24 
9 5 

9 48 

io Si 

11 ts 

m&rti j 

/) 9; 
^ 'i 

51 

1 4^; 



3 me 

6 15 
6 43 



7 47 
S 24 
9 1! 
9 59 
! ft 



|| 



U 



2 c . 


. 1 1 G 


i 15 . 


23 





9P 


17 


1 


14! , 


n 


f| 


! *| 


(i 




3 j 


] | 


i 


f?j 



OCTOBER hath 31 days. 



|New in. 1 ci- ion 26m. mor- j Full xn- 16 J. 9b. 43m. mo. 

1 irft qu. 8d. 6h. 34m. mor. | Laif qu. 24d. 5b. 9m. mot., 

New moon, 30 day, 7h. 55m. afternoon. 



ivi j W I Calendar, kg | ©ri. | ©s 



03 

is 



5 New moon. Windi 

5 Full tides. Coo. 

f i 3 with *§ Lowri 

D 19th after Trinity. aw* 



I D with ? 



itazY 



5 12 548 
5 13 5 47 

5 14*5 46 

6 16 5 44 
,5 1715 43 
6 18 5 42 
5 20 5 4© 



3 jDaysl. Ilh24m. Hazi 
J) runs low. Lowri 
D0D Wei 6 2 1 

6 ©with % weather 6 22 

7 7*s rise 7 o'cl. ^&pj 6 24 
D 20th ait. Trinity, cloud* 6 25 
2 last of ci. 1 3m. Bain 6 27 

2/so.7h7m. Pleasant 6 28 
©Apogee. Fair 6 20 

Inf. 60$ Windy 6 31 

Full moon. %#<$£ 6 32 

$ morning star. awe? 6 33 
D»2 1 st after Trin. Rain 6 3 5 
(St. Luke. Hazy 6 36 

Stoning. B. Asso. Misty 6 37 
D'sl. 10h42m. Squally 6 39 
D runs high. Cold 6 A^ 

7H rise 6h 10m. ^0^! 6 41 
3 iiini^ 4h morn. /fc|Y£45 
32,1 sfcer Trin. Serine 6 44 
3 fast of cl. 1 6m. C/w 6 4: 
□ 0^ Fleas am <f47 

St. Simon 8c Jude. C^/ 6 4* 
( j>pengve. Chill L 641h 

6 New Moon. #fem6 5C 

7 PitH tides. Jfetl6£ 



5 39 
5 38 

36 

3 
5 33 
5 32 
5 30 
5 29 
528 
5 27 
525 
5 24 



F.sea.ir.3 s. 



8 57 

9 53 

10 55 

11 51 
aft. 4^ 

1 47 

2 4t 

3 32 

4 2< 

5 6 

5 49 

6 31 

7 IS 

7 5- 

8 3C 

9 2S 
10 7 

10 56 

11 46 



5 23 morn 



&\ 


37 


5 20 


1 si 


5 19 


2 22 


S 17 


10 


) 16 


4 7 


5 15 


4 59 


> 13 


5 52 


5 12 


6 45 


• li 


7 40 


5 10 


8 37 


5 8 


9 37 



NOVEMBER hath 3 o"\i*>^ 



Firft qu. 6d. ioh. 58m. art. 
Full m 15^. 3h. 27m. mor. 



Laft qu. 22d. 2h 29m. ;vt 
New m. 29<J. 7h.1nn.mo 



M|VV| Calender, &c. |(v)ri.|@s.|F.sea. r.$s 



( 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7. 

8 

9 
10 
114 
125 
I 



'14 
15 

16 

$7 
13 
$ 
20 

i 
22 
23 
2 J 
25 
26 
27 



2&D 

30,2 



Hazy 

More 



D 23d after Trin. Cold 6 53 

2 j (All saints. Pain 6 54 

3 7*srise 5h 29m. Serem 6 55 

4 ! > runs low* Smoky £57 

5 $ stationary. /&£& 6 58 
6- <J 01 2 (6 % ])' Warm 6 59 
rj(D05' /for 7 
Di24th after Trin. ^b«r^- 
2 jOf.ofcl. 16m- Pleas 9 1 

Daysl. 9h 54nV. Squally 
} Apogee. and 

&1 12 f Pain 

2/ sets LOh 7m. Serene 
Secure your cellar. Cold 
Full moon. Rain 

$ gr. elongation. Fair 
Full tides. 
J runs high, 
■y sets 

7*8 south 1 lh 7iru then 
Days 1. 9h 30m. Windy 
26th after Trin. Foggy 
Qin/ 12 aft. Hazy 
$ stationary. 
5 perigee. 

]) with 9 or snozv 

J) with Jj Lo~vri 

Full tides. Pleasan 
\dvent sunday. then 
St. And. ( <£ O 3 tffo&i 



n^z f 7 13 
14 



7 17 

Cog/ 7 la 



isU 



5 

459 
458 
4 57 
455 
4 54 
4 53 
4 52 
51 
4 50 
44 
4 48 
4 47 
4 46 
•1 45 
144 
t 43 
4 42 



10 37 

11 35 
aft. 33 



27 
1 
4 
,49 
31 
13 
54 
37 
20 

* 

42 
33 

24 



9 31 

31 

11 32 

morn. 



7 19J4 41 
7 20J4 40 
721J439 
7 22^4 38 
7 22433' 



morn. 


1 10, 

2 2 

52 

43 



1 31 

2 29 

3 26 

4 21 

5 22 

6 l: 
> ris< 

23 
54 
50 
5 



5 

6 

7 

8 

9 57 
11 6 
morn. 

15 

1 25 



24 
19 
14 
*12 

12 1 

I2t 6 9: 



48 
1| 

A 



PEC£ Vi BEi< i\i\ih 3? dav? 



fruit cju. 6 j. 6Vv* 3 



ait. 
.. af. 



.Laft qu« 2ld. loh 30m. tilt. 
New m. 23d. 8h. 22m. afte 






Calendar, &c. |fg>ri.|g)$.|F.se6lr.®s, 



4.5 

£ 



10 
1! 

12 
L S 
14 

15 
i 6 
IT 
J 8 

1 9 
3C 



3 I } ruffe low. A'cwiZ 23 i 37 i 1 6 

Days 1. 9h 14m. expect 7 25 4 %% 12 
]) with % 97W1V 7 24 i 36 aft* 49 

Inf. 6 £ or rain 7 25 4 35 

7*g so. lOh 42m. Fair 7 2$ 135 
2d in Advent. C?f ar 7 2 6 £ 34 
(Q© J $«w<?'7 36 4 34 

Concep. V. M. i^a^/ 7 27)4 33 

]> Apogee. i?«fw 7 28J4 32 

^ sets 8h. 16m. C/eari7 28 ( 

fast of cl. 6m. Cf&» 7 29 
,DaysL9h2m. £Vr*?ic7 29 

3d in Advent. Cold 7 29 

Full moon. Hazy 7 29 

]) runs high- Misty? 29 

7*s eo. ©h 54m. ClovdyffM 

3 slow of cb 3m. 5>i©Wjr 30 

JJ29 IBi'-i CW.7SD 

1/sets 8h 8m. «wfAer7 30 

Uh in Adven. erzr/ *raow 7 30 



St.Tho. D0) CW 
32J3 ,15 in Vj at noon. Serene 
is] 4 > perigee. C/ca 

gp\ el on s^ati on . Co/a' 
Christ. (5 ? @ Frosty 
26(7 it. Stephen. rA^ 

87 D 4 >2 ?' 
8 2 Mew moon. ra* 

2S3 Sew this Almanack 
30 I to your old ones, k ^0£ 
3 115* buy a new one. Adieu 1 



f SO 
7 3C 
7 30 
7 30 
7 3C 
7 30 
SnovfT SO 
7 29 



7 29 
7 29 
7 28 



4 32 

4S1 

4 31 

4 31 

431 

4 31 

4 30 

4 SO 

4 30 

4 30 

30 

4 30 

4 30 

4 30 

4 SC 

4 3C 

4 30 

ISC 

431 

43) 

431 



8 58 



36 
19 

1 
43 
24 

7 
50 
36 
25 
16 

9 

2 



.: 



morn.;! 



10; 
9 

7 

5 

1 

5% 

50 



10 55 

11 48 
morn. 

39 



4 53 

5 48 



6 4 

7 43 

8 40 

9 34 
10 26 



432|ll 15 



J rise 

5 31 

6 35 

7 39 

8 47 

9 55 
11 
morn 

14 



24 
34 
42 



4 51 

5 50 
J setsi 

5 40 

6 42 

7 45 





T 


A B L\ 


£ 






©f Interest 011 Dollars, Cents L? Mitt* at 6 per. ot. 


Dollars. 
Cents- 

Mills. 


■Dollars: 
Cents. 
Mills. 


. q ^ 


CO 

V: it} 

q s 


0^ 




XMont. \ oMont. 
0050 15 


%Mont* 
20 


1 Year. 


IOO 


O 


6 .0 


2 OO 


OIO 


030 


60 





12 O 


.3OO 


I 5 


4 5 


90 


O 


18 


4OO 


020 


060 


0120 


O 


24 


§ 00 


025 


075 


0x50 


O 


30 .0 


10 


050 


150 


30 


O 


60 


20 


O TO O 


30 


600 


I 


20 


30 


15 


45 


90 


I 


80 


' 40 


20 


6 600 


1 20 c 





40 


500 cr 


25 


75 


1 50 


3 





1 6000 


30 


90 


1 80 


2 


60 


70 00 


35 


1 S 


2100 


4 


20 O 


; 80 O 


40 


1 20 


2 40 


4 


80' 


90 O 


45 


I 35 


2 70 


5 


40 O 


loo 00 


50 


1 50 


3 00 


6 


O O 



MONIES GF ACCOUNT. 
In England. 
4 Farthings (qrs.) make 1 Penny, d« 
12 Pence — 1 Shilling, s. 

20 Shillings — 1 Pound, /. 

A pound is— g4 5 44 4-9 Cents, 



In -France* 
12 Denies make 1 SoL 

20 Sols 1 Livre or Frank. 

A Livre or Frank is-— 13 1-2 Cent*. 
132 



In Holland* 
16 Fhcnnings make 1 Stiver. 
2Q Stivers — r-,1 Guilder. 

A Guilder is— 39 Cents* 



In Hambro. 
12 Deniers make 1 Sol-lub. 
12 Sol»lubs — - 1 Mark Banco. 
A Mark is— 33 1-3 Cents; 



In Portugal. 
2000 Reas make 1 Milrea. 

A Milrea is— gi, 24 Cents* 

In Spain* 
M Marvadives of plate make 1 Rial of plate 

8 Rials of plate 1 Piastre. * 

A Piastre is— 80 Cents. 
A Rial —10 Cents. 



In Venice. 
13 Denari make 1 Soldi. 
124 Soldi — 1 Ducat Banco; 
A Ducat Banco is— 93 Cents. 



In Russia. 
100 Copccs make 1 Ruble. 

ALSO, 

£0 Moscosques make 1 Grive. 

10 Grives 1 Ruble. 

A Ruble is— gl. 



In Poland end Prussia. 
18 Penius make 1 Gros. 
30 Gros — - 1 Florin. 
3 Flo; ins make 1 Rix Dollar.— A Rix Dollar is gl/ 



In Sweden. 
•C2 Orts make 1 Copper Dollar. 
A Copper Dollar is^ll 1-3 Cents* 



TABLE OF RATEABLE POLLS AJ\B ES* 
TATES FOR CONNECTICUT. 



POLLS from 21 to 70 years of age, at $60 

Polls from 18 to 21 years of age, at 30 

Oxen and Bulls four years old, at 10 

Cows, Steers, Heifers and Bulls, 3 years okl,at 7 
Steers, Heifers, and Bulls, of 2 years old, at 3 34 

Stallions or seed Horses, more than 3 years old, 67 
Covering Jacks, 34 

Horse kind of three years old, at 10 

Horse kind of two years old, at 7 

Horse kind of one year old, at 3 34 

Mules of three years old, and upwards, 1 

Mules, 2 years old, 7 

Mules, 1 year old, . 3 34 

Acres of Plowlr.r.d, at 1 67 

Acres of Upland,Mowing and clear Pasture, at 1 34 
Acres of Boggy Meadow, mowed, at 84 

Acres of Boggy Meadow, not mowed, at 34 

Acres of Meadow land, in Hartford county and 

, Middlesex, at 
Acres of < c* er Meadow-land, at 
Acres of Bush -Pasture, at 
Aerosol: urimcl >sedk :.nd,first rate, at 
Acre° of u; unclosed land, second rate, at 
Acres of unmclosed land, third rate, at 
Coaches, at 
Cinrints, 
Phjetcasj 
Coach tes, 
Curricles. 

Chaises, Chairs or other two wheel carriages — fifteen, 
twenty , thirty, forty, fifty, or sixty dollars, accor- 
ding to their value. 
Four wheeled carriages on springs, ivA before men- 
tioned, f?3Q 
Clocks, with steel or brass wheels, aal ether 
time-pieces, regulated by a pendulum, g20 



2 50 


1 


17 


34 





34 





17 





9 


168 




134 




100 




75 




68 





Ditto, -with wooden wheels, -g Y 

Watches, gold 34 

Other V\[atches, at 10 

Ounces of Silver Plate, at 1 dollar and 11 cents 

per ounce, at 6 per cent. 
Money on interest, at 6 per cent. 
Stores and Warehouses of one story, 1 

Do. do. two stories, 20 

Do. do. three stories, SO 

Attornies, from $75 to 300 

Physicians and Surgeons, 34 to 200 

Traders, from 40 to 300 

Mechanics, from 10 to 200 

Tavern-keepers, from 20 to 200 

Dwelling-houses, 5 dollars for each fire-place there- 
in, used or not used. 
Stock in any Bank, at $3 for every §100. 

N. B. The Poll of each non-commissioned ofliccr 
and private of the militia, is exempted from taxation ; 
provided he produces a certificate from the com- 
manding officer of the company to which he belongs, 
on or before the 10th of September, annually, that 
he is equipped according to law, and dressed in uni- 
form — and has performed military duty according to 
law, except when prevented by some reasonable 
cause. 

The Listers may abate for old or decayed houses, 
one fourth, one half, or three fourths of the sum at 
which they are put in the list. 

Stock owned in Banks out of this state, is not put in 
the list when taxed in the State in which such Bank 
is kept. 

Attornies, Physicians, Surgeons and Mechanics, 
are exempted from assessment for two ye&k> from 
the time they commence business. 







TAB 


L E, 




IN which the different Currencies, throughout 


the United States 


, from one farthing to a thou/and 


pounds. 


are redi 


jced to an equivalent value in 


Dollars 


, Cents, 1 


*nd Mills 






ft^T Note 


, 10 Mil 


s make one Cent, 


100 Cents one 






Dollar 








N. Engl. 


N. York. 


N/Jerfey, 


S. Caroli. 


£. 


&C.&C. 


&C.&C. 


&C.&C. 


&t\ 


Dells. Ct. 


, ■ -. 
Dolls. Ct. 


DollsXt. 


Doi.ct>nj. 


i 


3.33? 


2,50 


2,66f 


4,28,6 


2 


6,66f 


5» 00 


5»33i 


8,57,1: 


3 


10,00 


7,50 


8,00 


12,85,7 


4 


13.333 


10,00 


io,66| 
13,33a 


17,14,3 


5 


i6,66f 


12,50 


21,42,9 


6 


20,00 


15,00 


lj5,oo 


25,7i,4 


7 


l 23, 33$ 


17.50 


i8,66| 


30,^0,0 


8 


z6 J 66J 


20,00 


2i,3 3 i 


34,28,6 


9 


30,00 


22,50 


24,00 


38,57,x 


10 


33.333" 


25,00 


26,66$ 


42,8.577 


ii 


3 6,66f 


27,50 


29»33* 


47> ! 4>3 


12 


40,00 


30,00 


32,00 


5 I »4»»9 


13 


43,33$ 


32,50 


34,^6? 


55,7i,4 


14 


4 6,66| 


35»oo 


37,333 


60,00,0 


15 


50,00, 


37.50 


40,06 


64,28,6 


16 


53>33s 


40,00 


42,66f 


68,57,1 


17 


5 6,66f 


4^.50 


45.333 


7*,*5,7 


18 


60,00 


45iOO 


48,00 


77,14,3 


19 


63, 331 


47.50 


5 o,66f 


81,42,9 


20 


66,66§ 


50,00 


53,333 


85.7i,4 


30 


100,00 


75,00 


80,00 


128,57, t 


40 


*33,333 


100,00 


106, 66§ 


171,42,9 


50 


1 >>Ml 


125,00 


133,33* 


214,28,6 


100 


333,333 


250,00 


266,66$ 


428,57,1 


200 


666 t 66§ 


500,00 


533,33s 


857,i4,3 


500 


i666,66§ 


1250,00 


'333,333 


2142,85,7 


. looo 


3333,33s 


2500,00 


2666 t 66$ 


4*85,71)4 



TABLE, 

Shewing the value of any number of 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence, 



cts, 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

7 
S 

9 
10 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
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17 
11 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



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9 



10 
10 

11 

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11 

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2 

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4 

4 

5 

6 

7 

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8 2 

9 G 
9 3 

10 2 

11 1 




2 

1 2 

2 1 

3 



3 8 5 
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3 10 
3 10 S 

3 11 2 

4 1 



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and farthins 

6 3 

7 2 

8 1 

9 
9 2 

10 1 

11 
11 3 



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cts 

76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 

m 

86 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
9£ 
99 
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2 

1 1 

2 
2-3 

3 1 

4 
4 3 



5 

6 

7 

7 
5 8 

9 
5 9 
5 10 

5 11 

6 






Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Diames or Tenths,' 
Cents or Hundredths, and Milles or Thousandths. 
A Disme being the tenth part of a Dollar, a Ce»* 
the hundredth part of a Dollar, and a $fi//e the 
thousandth part of a Dollar* 





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Weight. 









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A TABLE of Simple Inter 
For any Sum from 2 Of. 



est at 6 per Cent* 
to £\iooo. 



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d % q. 
1 O 



2 

3 
4 
6 

7 
3 
9 2 

JO f Q 



3 2 

7 

10 
2 

6 

9 

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12 O 


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Connecticut $ti$$ttt. 

DUTIES. 

Articles on rthich Duties are payable at their im 

portation into the United States, <wiih Rates 

of Impost alphibc tic ally arranged* 

ARMS, fire and side, not oth- 
erwise enumerated, or parts 

thereof, \7\pcr cent, ad yah 

Apparatus, philosophical, espe- 
cially imported for any semina- 
ry oi learning, free. 

Ale, beer and porter, in casks or 
bottles, 8 cents per gallon. 

Almonds, 2 cents per lb. 

Artificial flowers, feathers, and 
other ornaments for Women's 
head-dresses, V?\ per cent ad vaL 

Anniseed, *17| ditto. 

Anchors, 15 ditto. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, 
product or manufacture of the 
U. States, spirits excepted, free. 

Brass teutenage and wire, free. 

iron or steel locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils and vices, ~ 15 ditto. 

all other manufactures of 1F§ ditto. 

Balls and balsams, (see powders, 
pastes, &c.) ir| ditto. 

Beer, ale or porter, in casks or 
bottles, $ cents per gallop 

Bricks and tiles, 1 7% per cent .ad val 

Bonnets, hats, and caps of every 
k in <*> 17i ditto 

* 00ts > 75 cents per pair. 






26 

Books, blank 15 per cent, ad vat 

Bonks, of persons who come to 



reside in the United States 
Buttons;, of every kind 
Buckles, biioe and kuee 
Brushes, 
Bullion, 

Burgundy wine, 
Cannon. of brass, 
Carriages, or parts of carriages 
Cards, playing 
— — , wool and cotton 
Cables and tarred cordage, 
Cabinet wares, 



Cap3, hats and bonnets, of every 



free. 

17\per ct. adval.l 

17l ditto. 

15 ditto, 
free. 

45 cent* per gallonl 
17% fier ct. adval\ 
22| ditto* 
25 cents fier pack* I 
50 cents fier dvzen\ 
2 cents fier lb. 
17$ fier ct. ad vaU I 



ry kind 
Carpets and carpeting, 
Cartridge paper, 
Candles, "ot tallow, 
— — , of wax or spermaceti 
Champaign wine, 
Cassia, China 
Capers, 

Canes, walking sticks and whips 15 
Cambrics, 15 



17# ditto. 
17J ditto. 
17£ ditto. 

2 cents fier lb. 

6 ditto. 

45 cent 8 per gallon 

4 cents per lb. 
17\per ct. ad vaU 
ditto, 
ditto. 



Cheese, 7 cents fier lb. 

China ware, X7\ fier ct< ad vaU 

Comfits, 17% ditto. 

Chintzes and coloured calicoes or 
jnuslins, and all printed, stain- 
ed or coloured goods or manu- 
factures of cotton, of linen, or 
of both, or of which cotton or 
linen is the material of cxdef 
value, 15 ditto. 

Cinnamon and cloves, 20 cents fier lb* 

Cocoa, 2 ditto. 

Chocolate, 3 ditto. 

Clogs and golosUoes, (s$e thoes) 17 J cent* fier pair. 



27 

Cordage, tarred 2 cents per lb. 

L , untarred 2 J ditto. 

* Cosmeticks, 17§ per cent ad vaL 

Coal, 5 cents per buthcU 

Colours (see painters'), 

Copper manufactures, 1 7\ per cent advaL 

Copper in plates, pigs and bars, free. 

Currants, 2 cents pier pound* 

Compositions for the teeth and 
gums, (see dentrifices), 1 7$ p er cent ad vaL 

Coffee, - 5 cents per pound* 

Cotton, 3 ditto. 

Cotton or linen manufactures, or 

/ of both, or of which cotton or 
linen is the material of chief 
value, being printed, stained or 
coloured, or cotton manufac- 
tures not printed, stained or 
coloured, 15 pier cent advaL 

Clocks and watches, er parts of 
either, X7\ ditto. 

Coaches, chariots, chairs, phse- 
tons, chaises, solos, or other car- 
riages, or parts of either, 22 ditto. 

fcloathing, ready made, 15 ditto. 

Clothes, bocks, household furni- 
ture, and the tools or imple- 
ments of the trade or profes- 
sions of persons who come to 
| reside in the United States, free. 
j Cutlasses, or parts thereof, 17| pier cent ad vaL 

, Dates and figs, 17| ditto* 

pentrince powders, tinctures, ' 
preparations and compositions, 
for the teeth and gums, 17% ditto. 

Dolls, dressed or. undressed, 17% ditto* 

Drugs, medicinal, except those 
commonly used for dying, 17% ditto. 

and woods for dying, ° free. 

Earthen and stone wares, 17| per can advaL 



28 

Essences, (see powders, pastes, 

&c.) 17£ ' ditto; 

Fans, or parts thereof, 17§ ditto. 

Fayai wine, 28 cents fier gallon* 

Feaxhers, and other ornaments 
for women's head dresses, 17% fier cent advaU 

Fringes commonly used by up- 
holsters, coachmakers, and sad- 
dlers* 17| ditto. 

Figs, 2 cents fier fiound* 

Fish, foreign dried, - 50 cents /ier quintal* 

——Salmon, 100 cents per barrel* 

Mackerel, 60 ditto. 

other pickled, 40 ditto. 

Flowers artificial, 17% fier cent ad vaU 

Floor cloths and mats, or parts of 

either, 17% ditto. 

Fruits of all kinds, 17£ ditto. 

Furs of every kind, undressed, free. 

Glass-— black quart bottles, 60 cents fier grocc. 

~ — window, not above 8 inches 

by 10, 160 cts. fier lOQsq.fU 

. — 10 by 12, 175 ditto. 

— - all above 10 — by 12, 225 ditto. 

— — all other glass and manufac- 
tures thereof, 22§ fier cent ad val* 

Glauber Salts, £00 cents fier ctvt* 

Gauzes, 15 fisr cent ad vaL 

Geneva, (see spirits^) 

Ginger, 17% ditto. 

Girandoles, or parts thereof, 22| ditto. 

Goloshoes, (see shoes,) 15 cents fier pair* 

Gloves and mittens, of every 

kind, 17 J per cent ad vah 

Gold, silver, and plated ware, 174 clitto. 

Gold and silver lace, 17-| ditto. N 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, 
imported directly from China, 
or India, in ships or vessels not 
•f the United States, except 



|9 

teas, China ware, and all other 
articles liable lo higher rates of 
duties, U ditto. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, 
intended to be re-exported to a 
foreign port or place in the 
same ship or ves.-el in which 
they shall be imported, — and -all 
articles of the growth, product, 
or manufacture of the U. Stales, 
spirits excepted, free. 

Goods, wares, and merchandise, 
rot herein etherwise particu- 
larly enumerated and describ- 
ed," - 1 5 fie? cent ad vat. 

Glue, 4 cents per pound. 

Gunpowder, 4 ditto. 

Hangers, or parts thereof, 2 7 J per cent ad vaL 

Hair powder, 4 cents per pound* 

Hats, can*, and bonnets of every 

kind, * <lg§ ditto. 

.Hemp 100 cents fur lb* 

Hides, raw, free. 

Household furniture of • persons 
who come to reside in tike Uni- 
ted States, * free* 

Implements of the trade or pro- 
fession of persons who come to 
reside in the U. States, free. 

Indigo^ 25 cents per lb* 

Iron wire, free. 

slit and hoop, 1 cent ficr pound* 

— steel or brass locks, hinges, 
hoes, anvils, and vises, 15 per cent ad vah 

— — cast, or rolled, and all man- 
ufacturers of iron, steel, or 
brass, or of which either of these 
metals is the article of chief 
value, not being otherwise par » 

c a 



30 

ticukirly enumerated, \%\ ditto. 

Jewelery and paste work, > V?k ditto. 

Lace of gold and silver, Iff ditto. 

Laces and lawns, '. 15 per cent ad val K 

Laces, lines, fringes, tassels, and 
trimmings commonly used by 
upholsters, coach-makers, and 
saddlers, , \7\ ditto. 

Lampblack, 15 ditto. 

Lapis Calaminaries, free. 

Leather, tanned and tawed, and 
all manufactures of leather, or 
o' which leather is the article 
< \ chief value, not otherwise 
particularly enumerated, iTh per cent ad vah 

Lead and musket ball, 1 cent per pound* 

— — all other manufactures of 
lead, or in which lead is the 
/chief article, 1 cent per fwund* 

Lemons and limes, 17% per cent ad vah 

Lime, foreign, 5G cents per cask of 1 

60 gallons* 
Linen or cotton manufactures, or 
i>f both, or of which cotton .or 
linen is the material of chief 
vahie, being printed, stained, 
or coloured, or cotton manufac- 
tures, not printed, stained, or 
coloured, 15 ditto, 

Linen manufactures, or of which 
linen is the chief article of va- 
lue, not printed, stained, or co- 
loured, 15 ditto; 

Lisbon and Oporto Wines, 30 c aits par gallon*' 

I ,o- L ing glasses, or parts thereof, 22| per cent ad vaU 

Manufactories of tin, pewter, and 
v opper, not otherwise particu- 
larly er.uiiivn.ted, l?i ditto* 



s\ 

*-■ ■" - of iron steel, or brass, 
not otherwise particularly enu- 
merated, 1?£ ditto. 

of leather, not otherwise x 

particularly enu me rated, 1?£ ditto. 

of lead, not otherwise 

particularly enumerated, 1 cent per pound* 

> of cotton or linen, or of 



both, printed, stained, or color- 
ed, or of cotton not printed, 
stained, or coloured, 15 per cent ad val* 

of linen, not printed, 



- stained, or coloured, - 15 ditto. 

ot glass, (see glass) . 

_ -. of tobacco, (sec snuff and 

tobacco) 
of wood, (see cabinet 

wares and wood) 
, of the U. States, spirits 

excepted, free. 

Mats and Hoor cloths, or parts of 

either, 1?% per cent ad vat* 

Malt, 10 cent 8 per bushel* 

Marble, slate, and other stone, • 

bricks, tiles, tables, mortars, . . 

and other utensils of marble or 

slate, and generally all stone 

and earthen ware, •"' 17^ per cent ad val* 

Madeira wines {see wines) 

Malaga wine, 28 cents per gallon: 

Mace, 125 cents per pound* 

Medicinal drugs, except those 

commonly used in dying, Vt\ per cent ad val* 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, 

imported directly from China 

or India, in ships or vessels not 

of the United States, except 

teas, China ware, and all other 

articles liable to higher rates Qf 



duties, 15 ditto. 

Merchandize, 'good*, and wares, 
intended to be re-exported to 
a foreign port or pk ce in the 
same ship or vessel in which 
they shall be imported— and all 
the articles of the growth, pro* 
duct or manufacture of the U. 
States, spirits excepted, free. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, 
not herein otherwise particu- 
larly enumerated and describ- 
ed, " 15 per cent ad vaU 

Mittens and gloves, of every 

kind, * in ditto. 

M ill inery ready .made, l~h ditto. 

Molasses,, 5 cents pt y r gallon* 

Muskets and firelocks with bayo- 
nets fitted to the same, and mus- 
ket ball, or parts of either, 1 7\ per cent ad vat 

Muskets and firelocks without 

bayonets, or parts of either, 17 i ditto. 

Mustard in flour, !?£ ditto. 

Muslins or muslinets, whether 
printed, str.ined, coloured, or 
otherwise, 15 ditto. 

Nails, .2 cent* fier fidU7id> 

Nankeens, 15 per cent ad vaL 

Nutmegs, 50 cent* per pcutuL 

Oranges, 17$ pier cent ad vol* 

Ornaments for women's head 

dresses, 1T§ ditto. 

Ointments, oils, and odours, (see 
powders, pastes, kc.) 15*4 ditto* 

Olives, V?\ ditto* 

Oil, ff| ditto. 

Ochre, dry yellow, 1 cent per pound. 

Oporto and Lisbon wine, 30 cents per gallon* 

Paper Hangings, 17| per cent ad vah 



— writing and wrapping, 15 ditto, 

— sheathing and cartridge, 17$ ditto. 
Painters' colours, whether dry 

or ground in oil, except those 
coram only used in d/ing, not 
otherwise particularly enume- 
rated, l?i ditto. 

Pack thread and twine, 400 cents per ctvi* 

Pasteboards, parchment, or vel- 
lum, 15 per cent ad vol. 

Paste work and jewellery, 17% ditto. 

Phaetons, or parts thereof, 22 J ditto. 

Plaster of Paris, free. 

Pewter^ plates and dishes, 4 cents per pound* 

, old, free. 

Pepper, 6 cents per pound. 

Perumies, 17% per cent ad vaU 

Pistols, or parts thereof, 17\ citto. 

Pictures and prints, • 15 ditto. 

Pi/nento, 4 cents per pound* 

Printing types, 15 per cent a4 vat* 

Pickles of all sorts, 17\ ditto. 

Printed, stained, or Coloured 
goods, or manufactures of cotton 
or of linen, or of both, 15 ditto. 

Porter, beer, or ale, in casks or 

bottles, S cents per gallon* 

Powder for hair, 4 cents per pound. 

gun powder, 15 per cent ad vq^ 

Powders, pastes, balls, balsams, 
ointments, oils, waters, washes, 
tinctures, essences, or other 
preparations or compositions, 
commonly called sweet scents, 
odours, perfumes, or cosmetics, 
and all powders or preparations 
for the teeth or gums, IF J ditto. 

Plumbs and prunes, „ 2 cents per pound. 

Quick Silver, 6 ditto. 

Raisins, in jars and boxes, 2 ditto. 



-, Muscatel, 2 ditto. 

-, all other kinds, 1£ ditto. 



Red, and white. Lead, 3 ditto. 

Salt, weighing more than fifty-six 

pounds per bushel, ' 22 J cents far 56 lb* 

— weighing fifty-six pounds per 

bushel, or less, 22^ cents per buUieL 

Salts, glauber, 200 ce?iUjier c%vt. 

Stained, printed, or coloured 
goods, or manufactures ©f lin- 
en, 15 far cent ad vaL 
Saltpetre, ■ free. 
St, Lucar wines, 40 cents per gallon. 
Segars, g2 per thousand. 
Starch, 3 cents per pound* 
Sail cloth, 15 per cent ad vaL 
Slate, stone, and stone ware, 1?*£ ditto. 
Saddles, or parts thereof, 15 ditto. 
Satins, and other wrought silks, 15 ditto. 
Steel, 100 cents per cwf. 
Steel, iron, or brass locks, hinges, - 

hoes, anvils, and vises, 15 per cent ad vaL 

V— all othey manufactures of 

steel, ¥?\ ditto. 

Sheathing and cartridge paper, 17| ditto. 
Sherry wine, 40 cents per gallon* 

Sea stores of ships or vessels, free, 
Spermaceti candles, 6 cents per pound. 

Spanish Brown, 1 ditto. 

Sweet scents,(see powders, pastes, 

&c.) 17$ per cent ad vaL 

Spirits distilled in foreign coun- 
tries, viz. 

From Grain. 
First proof, 28 cents far gallon. 

Second proof, 29 ditto. 

Third proof, * 31 ditto. 

Fourtk proof, 34 ditto. 

Fifth proof, 40 ditto. 



3 £2±699I 



25 


ditto* 


25 


ditto. 


28 


ditto. 


S2 


dittos 


38 


ditto. 


46^ 


ditto. 



Sixth proof, 50 ditto. 

From other materials* 

First proof, 

Second proof, 

T-nrd proof, 

Fourth proof, 

Fifth proof, 

Sixth proof. 

Spirits distilled in the U. States, 

imported in the same ship or 

i, vessel in which they had been 

previously exported from the 

United States, viz. 

From molasses. 

First proof, 15 ditto. 

Second proof, 16 ditto. 

Third proof, 17 ditto. 

Fourth proof, 19 ditto. 

Fifth proof, 23 ditto. 

Sixth proof, 30 ditto. 

From materials of the growth and 

produce of the U. States, 

First proof, 

Second proof, 

Third proof, 

Fourth proof, 

Fifth proof, 

Sixth proof, 

Spikes, 

Silver and plated ware, 

lace, 

Skins, raw, 

Shoes and slippers of silk, 
— , Kid and Morocco, 15 

— other shoes and slippers for 
men and women, clegs or golo- 
shoes, 15 

<— other shoes and slippers for 

children, 10 

Swords or cutlasses, or parts of 



7 
8 
9 

11 
13 
18 



ditto. 

ditto; 

ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 
1 cent per pound* 
17$ per cent ad val 9 
17J ditto, 
free. 
25 cents per pair v 

ditto. 



ditto, 
ditto. 



17£ per cent ad vaL 


m 


ditto. 


m 


ditto. 


2 cents per pound 


or 




22| per ct. ad vaU 


free. 




2| cents fier lb* 


3 


ditto. 


3 


ditto. 


w- 
24 


ditto. 


6£ 


ditto. 


9 


ditto. 


H 


ditto.' 


«l 


ditto. . 


22 cents fierlb. 



36 

cither, 

Stockings, 

Stone and earthen ware, 

Soap, . 

Solos, and other carriages, 
parts thereof, 

Sulphur, 

Sugars, brown 

— — , white clayed 

, do. powdered 

« , all other clayed or pow- 
dered 

• , lump 

, loaf 

, other refined 

Sugar candy, 

Snuff, 

Tassels and trimmings, common- 
ly used by upholsters, coach- 
makers and saddlers, lT^fer ct. advah 

Tables of marble, slate and other 
stone, or parts thereof, 17| ditto. 

Tallow candles, ^ 2 cents per fiound* 

Teas, from China and fndia* 

— , b©hea 

— , souchong and other black 

— , hyson, imperial, gunpowder 
or gomee 

— , other green teas 
From Europe* 

— — , bohea 

, souchong and other black 

, -hyson, imperial, gunpowder 

or gomee 

— , other green teas 

From any other place. 

— — , bohea 

, souchong 

— — , hyson, imperial, gunpowder 



13 
18 


ditto, 
ditto. 


32 
224 


ditto, 
ditto. 


14 
21 


ditto, 
ditto. 


40 

24 


ditto, 
ditto. 


17 

27 


ditto, 
ditto. 



%7 
op gotnefc 50 dittos 

- — , other green teas 30 ditto. 

Teneriffe wine, 38 cents per gatlm* 

[Twine and packthread, 400 emu per civt* 

Tin manufactures, 17J per cent ad vaL 

— in pigs and plates, free. 

Tinctures, (see powders pastes, 
&c. ) 17} per cent ad vs?» 

Tiles and bricks, 17$ ditto. 

Toys not otherwise enumerated, 15 ditto. 

Tobacco manufactured, (other 
than snuff.) 1Q cent* per peunft 

Tools of the trade or profession 
of persons who come to reside 
in the United States, free. . 

Types for priitiag, 15 per cent ad vat* 

Velvets and velverets, 15 ditto. 

Wares of tia, pewter, and copper, 
not otherwise enumerated, 17 J dittos 

*— , of earthen tr stone, 12# ditto* 

, China, 17$ ditto* 

jH — , gold, silver, and plated, _ 1?£ dittei 

«— , g€ods and merchandize, im- 
ported directly from China or 
India, in ships or vessels not of 
the U. S. except teas, China 
ware, and all other articles lia- 
ble te higher rates of duties, IS iitto* 

, goods, and merchandize, of 

the growth, produce, or manu- 
facture of the United States, 
(spirits excepted) free. 

Waters, 1 7£ per cent ad vat* 

Waters and washes, (see pow- 
ders, pastes, &c.) 17 & ditto. 

Walking-sticks, whips and canes, 15 . ditto. 

Wax candles, 6 cents per lb* 

pitches aji4clQC>s, or parte of 
citker, nifiw cent ad vat 

5 



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Winks, in cazks, bottles, and other vessel 

* — ~, Malmsey, Madeira, and 
London particular Madeira, 58 cents fier gallon* 

« all other Madeira wine, 50 ditto. 

~— Burgundy, Champaign, Rhe- 
nish and Tokay wines, 45 ditto. 

«-— Sherry and St, Lucar wines, 40 ditto, 

— Claret, and other wines not 
enumerated, when imported in 
bottles or cases, 35 ditto. 

— Lisbon, Oparto, aid other 
Portugal wines, 30 ditto* 

Sicily, 30 ditto. 

Teueriffe, Malaga, Fayal, 

St. George, and other western 

island wines, 28 ditto. 

— all other wines, when import- 
ed otherwise than in bottles or 
cases, 23 ditto. 

Window glass, (see glass) 

Wire of brass and iron, free. 

Woo] and cotton cards, 50 cents per dozen* 

Wool unmanufactured, free. 

Wood unmanufactured, free. 

Wood manufactured, (exclusive 

of cabinet wares,) 15 fier cent ad vaU 

Yarn untarred, 225 cents per cwt< 

Ail other goods not before parti- 
cularly enumerated and des- 
cribed, 15 fier cent ad vaL 

C/* All parts of articles to be subject to the same du 
ties as the entire article is subject to. 
Bottles in which liquors are imported pay the same 

duties as empty bottles. 

The following articles are free from duty* 

Rags, and Bristles. 

llegulus of Antimony. 

Vawrought clay, and unwrought burr stones* 



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|Bark of the cork tree. 

Philosophical apparatus, especially imported for any 
seminary of learning. 

Articles ot all kinds, of the growth, product, or man- 
ufacture of the United States. 

Copper, in plates, pigs and bars. 

Clothes, books, household furniture, and the tools or 
implements of the trade ©r professions of persons 
who come to reside in the United States. 

Drugs and woods for dying. 

Furs of every kind undressed. 

Goods, wares and merchandize, intended to te exr 
ported in the same vessel in which they shall be 
imported. 

Raw hides, and iron ware. 

Lapis Calaminaris, and Plaister of Paris 1 . 

Old pewter and tin, in pigs and plates. 

Wire of brass and iron. 

Wood and wool unmanufactured. 

TO JYJYJ G fi. 

By Act of Congress, approved 2d of March, lfS9, te 
be paid, at the time ot entering the vessel, and be- 
fore any permit shall be granted for unloading any 
part of the cargo, at the following rates : 

On ail mi$$ or vessels entering' from any foreign. 
Jwrt or placet Cts, fier ton* 

Ships or vessels pf the 'United States, 6 

— -r built within the United States af- 
ter the 20th July, 1789, but belonging wholly 
or in part to foreign tvowers, duly recorded, " SO 
. On other ships or vessels, S§ 

Vessels ©f the United States employed in the 
coasting trade or fisheries, duly licensed, per 
annum, 6 

Vessels of the United States, (other than licen- 
sed) taking in merchandize in a district in 

k one state, to be delivered in a district in anoth- 
er state, other than sn adjoining state on the 
sea coast, or a navigable river, 6 



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Other ships o* vessels, x taking in merchandize 

t© be delivered in another district 
|^ Foreign vessels pay light money at the 
rate of 50 cents per ton, 

DUTIES PAYABLE 1H g Ct9, 

Gold coins of Great-Britain and Portugal, of 
the standard prior to the year 1792 — tor ev- 
ery 27 grains, 1 00 
Gold coins of France, Spain, and the domin- 
ions of Spaia, of tke standard prior to the 
year 1792— fbr£very 27 and 2-5th grains 1 00 
Spanish milled dollars — 17pwt. 17grs. 1 00 

and in proportion for the parts sf a dollar. 
Srowns of France — 18 pwt. 7 grs. 1 10 

and in proportion for the parts ©fa crowm. 
Provided, That no foreign cein& shall be receiva- 
fele, which are not by lav a tender for the payment of 
&11 debts, except in consequence of a proclamation of 
>he President of the United States, authorising sueh 
jbreign coins to b% received in payment of the duties 
sand fees aforesaid. 

Bates of Coin* for estimating Dictied* 
Pound sterling of Great-Britian, - - g 4 4i 
Livre Tournois of France, - - - 18 

Florin or Guilder of the United Netherlands, 40§ 
Mark Banco of Hamburgh, - - - 33§ 
Kix Dollar of Denmark, - -* - - 1 00 
Byal Plate of Spain, - - -0 10 

— - Vallon of do. - - * • • - 05 
Millree of Portugal, . . • •. - 1 24 
Pound Sterling of Ireland, » - - - 4 10 
Tale of China, - 1 48 

Pagoda of India, • . • * j - - 1 94 

Jlupae of Bengal, - - - - - 55J 

And ali other denominations, in value, as near as 
may be, to the said rates, or the intrinsic value there-!- 
©f, compared with the money of the United States. 
Provided, That it shall be lawful for the President of 
the United StoUs le cuu>e to lie established tit and 



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proper regulations for eijHaprtting the duties on S'ool-r, 
wares and merchandize, imported into the United 
States, in respect to which the original cost sliall be 
•exhibited in a depreciated currencv, issued and cir- 
culated under authority of. any foreign government. 

That on all goods, wares and merchandize^ im- 
ported from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the 
same,, (if ad valorem articles) 2 C 'percent to he ad- 
fled to the actual cost thereof, including all charges, 
(commissions, outside packages, and insurance only 
excited) add ten per- cent if from any foreign port, 
Deform the duties are calculated. 

FEES OF OFFICE. 
I'o the Collector and JXavcU Oficer. 
Entry of a vessel of ICO tons or upwards, § 2 50 
Clearance, do, d,o. - 2 50 

} ■ ntry c f a vessel under 100 tons, 1 50 

Clearance, do. do, 1 50 

livery post entry, 2 CO 

Permit to land goods, 2JI 

Every bond taken officially, 40 

permit to land goods for exportation for 

drawback, 30 

debenture, or ether official certificate, 20 
bill of health, 20 

Official document (register excepted) requir- 
ed by any person, £0 
To the Surveyor* 
Admeasuring and certifying iheoame, of eve- 
ry ship or vessel of 100 ions and under, per 
ton, 61 
Admeasurement of every ship or vessel, above 

100 and not f yceeding 200 tons, 1 50 

Above 200 tons, 2 09 

For all other services on board any ship or 
vessel of 100 tons and upwards, fraying on 
board goods, wares or merchandize, subject 
to duty, 3 CO 

For like services on board any ship or vessel 
of less than 100 tons, 1 50 

D 3 



i)n all ve^e's not having on board goods, 
wares, or merchandize, subject to duty, 1 66 J 
Allowances for Draft* lb. 

Any q n antity of 1§0 weight or 1 1 2 lb. 1 

' above 100 and under 200 2 

20© and under 300 3 

300 and under 400 4 

400 and under 1800 7 

1800 and upwards, V 

Tares. lb. 

Qn every whole chest of Bohea tea, 70 

half do. do. 35 

quarter do. do. 20 

chest of hyson or other green tea, of 
/Olb. or upwards, 20 

box of other tea between 50 8c 70lb. 18 
do. of 801b. 20 

do. from 80 upwards, 22 

The above to include ropes,canvas and other coverings. 
On all other boxes of teas, according to the invoice 

or actual weight thereof 
On coffee in bags, 2 per cent, 

in bales, 3 

in casks, 12 

€>n sugar, other than loaf sugar, in 

casks, 12 

in boxes, 15 

in bags or mats, • 5 

On cocoa, in casks, 10 

in bags, 1 

•On pimento, in casks, 16 

in bags, 3 

On cheese, in hampers and baskets, 10 

in boxes, " 20 

On candles, in boxes, 8 

On chocolate, in boxes, 10 

\)n Cotton, in bales, 2 

in seroons, 6 

On Qlanber salts, in casks, S 



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On indigo, in barrels, S3 

in other casks, 15 

On indigo, in seroons, 10 

in bags or mats, 3 

On nails, in casks, 8 

On pepper, in casks, 12 

in bales, 5 

in bags, 2 

On sugar candy, in boxes, 10 

On segars, in boxes, 18 

On soap, in boxes, 10 

On shot, in casks, 3 

On twine, in casks, 12 

in bales, 3 

On all other goods according to the 
invoice thereof, as actual weight, 

Allowance -for leakage and breakage* 
Two per cent allowed ©n the guage on all mer- 
chandize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in casks. 
Ten par cent on airbeer, ale, and porter, ia bot- 
tles, and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles, 
to be deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of 
breakage ; or it shall be lawful to cempnte the duties 
on the actual quantity by tale, at the option of the im- 
porter, at the time of emnj. 

TERMS Of CREDITS 

When the duties on ad valorem articles are lest 
than §50, it must be* paid immediatey ; if speciiick, 
a deposit must be made to secure the same, which 
when ascertained, will be immediately settled. 

When the duties on goods imported (where the 
sum is payable by one person or co-partnership) shall 
amount to more than fifty dollars, the following cred- 
it is allowed by law, except where any bond on which 
the person or co-partnership emering such goods, 
wares or merchandize, are either principal or secu- 
rity, and which being due, remains undischarged. , . 

On all articles the produce of the West-Indies, 
(salt excepted) the one half in three months, and the 
other half ia six months. 



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On salt, in nine months, . 

On Madeira, and other wines, twelve months. 

On all goods, tic. from Europe, (wines, salt and 
teas excepted) the one third in eight, one third in 
ten, and one third in twelve months. 

On all goods, fcc. (wines, salt and teas excepted) 
from any other place than Europe and the West-In- 
dies, one half in six months, one fourth in nine 
months, and one fourth in twefyfe 'months. 

On teas " from China or Europe, may be deposited 
at the option of the importer or importers (to be de- 
termined at the time of making entry therefor) either 
to secure the duties thereon, on the same terms and 
stipulations as on other goods, wares, :md merchan- 
dize imported, or to give his, her, or their bond, to 
the collector of the district where any such teas shall 
be landed, in double the amount of the duties thereup- 
on, with condition for the payment of the said duties, 
in two years from the date of said bond : which bond 
shall be accepted by such collector without surety, 
upon the terms following ; that is to say, The teas, 
for the duties whereof such bond shall be accept d, 
shall be deposited at the exper.ee and risk of xhe im- 
porter or importers, in one or more store house or 
store houses, as the case may require, to be agreed 
upon, &c. The said teas to be delivered" open boi.d 
being given with one or more sureties, to the satisfac- 
tion of the collector, " ff the same shall not exceed 
100 dollars, in four months ; if above 100 dollars, a;, i 
hot exceeding 50C dollars, tq eight memhs ; or if the 
same shall exceed 500 dollars, in 'twelve ; so that the 
term of credit shall not ( xtend the period beyond two 
years from the time of depositing the said teas ; any 
teas remaining after the term of two years, to be sold 
by the collector, who shall return the surplus (after 
paving the duties) to the owner or owners thereof." 

When the bonds given for duties shaii become due, 
and not discharged/ the collector to prosecute without 



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delay ; and in case of insolvency or death, the United 
States to be tke first creditor, " and if any executor, 
administrator, assignee, or any other person shall p ly 
any debt due by the person or estate, from whom or 
for which thev are acting, previous to the d«bt or debts 
due to the United States being fully satisfied and paid, 
shall become answerable in their own person and estate 
for the same, or part thereof remaining unsatisfied." 

Sureties on all the bonds given for duties, shall in 
cases of insolvency or death of the principal, " have 
end enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference 
for the recovery and receipt of said money eut of the 
estate and effects of such insolvent, or deceased pti»~ 
cipal, as are reserved to the United States." 

When bonds are prosecuted for the recovery of du* 
ties 'due to the United States^ judgement to be granted 
at the return term, " unless the defendant shall in o- 
pen court, tke United States Attorney being present, 
make oath or affirmation that an crrour has been 
committed in the liquidation of the duties demanded 
upon such bond, specifying the errors alleclged to hare 
been committed, and that the same have been notified 
in writing to the collector of the said district prior to 
the commencement of the return term aforesaid." 

On all bonds upon which suits shall be commenced, 
. an interest shall be allowed at the rate of six per eeni 
} per annum, from the time when said bonds became 
ihse until the payment thereof. 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, ancj 
bonds to be given for securing the duvies, if the whole 
or part of the cargo is destined to different districts. 

Ports of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Vessels. 
No vessel net wholly belonging to a citizen or citi- 
zens of the United States, is admitted te unload * t any 
port or place except the following : 

New-Ham p s h i r e — Portsmouth.— Ma s s achlt- 
'SX-ZTZ-^Portland and Falmouth, New-lte$brd, 



Dighton, Salem and Beverly \ Gloucester, Newbury* 
port, Marblehead, Nantucket, Boston and Charles* 
ton, Plymouth, Bath, Frenchman's Bay, Wiseasset, 
Machias, Penobscot. — R n o d e -I s l a n d — A ewp ort, 
providence. — Con if EC t icu t — New-London, New- 
Maven.— New-York— N ew-York. — New-Jersey 
•—-Pcrth-Amboy, Burlington. — Pen nsylvania — 
Philadelphia*—- Delaware— Wilmington, Newcas- 
tle, PortPenn. — Maryland — Baltimore, Annapolis, 
Vienna, Oxford, Georgetown on Potomack, Chester- 
town creek, Nottingham, Nanjemoy, Digges' Land- 
ing, Snowhill, Carrolsbureh.— Virginia— Alexan- 
dria, Kinsale, Newport, Tappahanncck, Port Royal, 
Fredericksburgh, Urbanna, Yorktown, West Point, 
Hampton, Bermuda-Hundred, City point, Rocket's 
Landing, Norfolk and Portsmouth.— North-Caro- 
lina — Wilmington, Newbern, Beaufort, Washing- 
ton, Mdentonf Plankbridge- — South-Carolina— 
Charleston, Georgetown, Beaufort ■. — Georgia — — 
Savatinah, Sunbury, Brunswick* Frederica, St. Ma- 
fry 's. — L ouisiana — New -Orleans. 

?Cr ~!l~ll ~Z W yesse^ from the Cape of Good Hope* 
or beyond the same, be permitted to enter, except at 
the ports in the above list which are distinguished by 
italick. 

Restrictions on Importations. ^ 

No goods, wares or merchandize, of foreign growth, 
or manufacture, subject to the payment of duties* 
shall be brought into the United States from any for- 
eign port or place in any other manner than by sea ; 
nor in any ship or vessel of less than- Thirty Ton* 
burthen, agreeable to the mode of ascertaining A- 
merican tonnage, except in certain districts on the 
Northern, North westef^ and Western boundaries v£ 
the United States, adjoining to the dominions ofG. 
Britain in Upper and Lower Canada, and the dis- * 
tricts on the rivers Ohio and-Missisippi. 

No beer, ale or porter, to be imported in casks of 
less capacity than Forty Gallons beer measure, or if 



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in bottles, in packages less than $ix Dozcn^ «nd6fr 
penalty of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. 

No refined lump, or loaf sugar, shall be imported 
into the United States from any foreign port or place* 
except in ships or vessels of the burthen of One Hun* 
dred and Twenty tons and upwards, and in casks of 
packages, containing each not less than Six Hundred 
pounds, on pain of forfeiting the said ship or vessel, 
and the loaf or lump sugar imported therein, except 
in such cask or packages aforesaid. 

No distilled spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials ex- 
cepted) to be imported in casks or vessels of less ca- 
pacity than Ninety Gallons wine measure on pain of 
forfeiture, with the ship or vessel, nor in casks or ves- 
sels which have been marked pursuant to any law of 
the United States, on pain of forfeiture of the said re- 
fined loaf or lump sugar, and distilled spirits, togeth- 
er with the ship or vessel : Provided, that the for- 
feiture shall not be incurred on " any spirits imported 
or brought into the United States, in other casks or 
vessels as aforesaid, or the ship or vessel in whieh 
they shall be brought, if such spirits shall be for the 
use of the seamen on board of such ship or vessel, and 
shall not exceed the quantity of four gallons for each 
seaman," and which shall at the time of entry of the 
said vessel, be inserted in the manifest as the e&i 
Store* of such ship or vessel. 

INFORMATION GENKT? ALLY. 

The want of certificates of distilled spirits, wines, ' 
or teas, subjects such articles to seizure, and fifty dol- 
lars fine, if such certificates are not delivered to the 
purchaser ; and if any cask, chest, vessel or case, 
containing>sucii articles, shall be found in the posses- 
sion of any person, without being marked, and not 
being accompanied with a certificate, the same is lia- 
ble to seizure* 

On the sale of any casks, Sec. w T hieh have been 
marked, the marks to ba defaced in presence of some 



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officer of inspection •t custom ; and the certificate of 
Hie same to be delivered up, under penalty of one 
kundred dollars, with costs of suit. 

Goods from foreign ports not to be unladen buf 
between sunrise and sunset, without special licence, 
under a penalty of four hundred dollars on the master 
And every other person concerned, disability from 
holding any office under the. government of the Uni- 
ted States for seven years, and being advertised in 
the newspapers, with forfeiture of the goods ; and if 
above four hundred dollars, value of the vessel and 
apparel. 

Goods removed before gauged and weighed, aad if 
wines, spirits, or teas, before being marked, v/itheul 
permission, are forfeited. 

Persons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to two thousand dollars, inspectors and of* 
iicers of revenue cutters may go on board, examine 
and search vessels, have tree access to the cabin, aiid 
seal packages, and after, sunset secure the hatches, 
&c.~ Persons in charge of vessels, for breaking fas- 
tenings, but in presence of an officer, forfeit two hun- 
dred dollars. 

Officers may seize within or without their districts 
—persons resisting or impeding them forfeit four 
liundred dollars. 

The master or commander of any vessel that shall 
obstruct or hinder (or fee the cause thereof) aay of- 
ficer of the revenue, in going on board his ship or 
vessel, for the purpose of carrying into effect any of 
the revenue laws of the United States, ferfeits from 
fifty to five liundred dollars. 

Register Act. Every owner of a vessel, residing 
within the limits of the United States, to swear to. 
the register within ninety days after its being grant- 
ed, or it becomes void, and the vdssd and cargo pays 
foreign tonnage and duty. 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

JOR THE YEAR 1807. 

Executive and Legislative Departments 

HIS EXCELLENCY * 

JONATHAN TRUMBULL, ESQ, 
Governour. 

HONOURABLE 

JOHN TREAD WELL, ESQ, 
Lieutenant-Governour. 

ASSISTANTS. 



©liver Ellsworth, esq, 
Williain Hillhouse, esq. 
Aaron Austin, esq. 
Roger, Newberry, esq, 
Ashur Miller, esq. , 
Chauncey. Goodrich, esq. 



Jonathan Brace, esq, 
John Chester, es.q» 
Elizur Got drich, esq* 
Matthew Griswold, es^. 
Stephen T. Hosnier, esq# 
Henry Gllampipn, esq. 



Samuel Wtllts, epq. Secretary. 

Elisha Colt, esq. Comptroller of Public' Accounts* 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

ROLL OF THE 

HOUSfe OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

3?or May and October Sessicns~\Q06* 

Lyman Law, esq. Speaker. 
Sylvanus Backus and Tho's Y. Seymour, eeqrs. Clks. 

XJARTFORD, Tho's Y. Seymour, Amasa Ke^es, 
Berlin, Elijah Hart, Samuel Hart, jun. 
Bristol, Chauncey Brooks, George Mitchell. 
East-Hartford* Shubael Griswold, Samuel Pitkin*. 
East-Windsor, Cafcb Booth , Daiiiel Rockwells 
E 



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En%.ld, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry. 

Farmington, John Mix, Solomon CJowles. 

Glastenbury, Samuel Wells, Marvin Dayton. 

Granby, Ciiauncey Pettibone, Samuel Clark. 

Hartiand, Uriel Holmes,. Israel Williams* 

Marlborough, Elisha Buell. ; 
« SouLhrngtoa, Roger Whittlesey, Samuel Hart. 

Suffield, Oliver Granger y Luther Loomis. 

Snnsbury, Noah A. Phelps, Elisha Case, 2d. 

Wethersfield, Ezekiel P. Belden, Joseph Bulkeley. 

Windsor, Samuel Allen, Solomon Allen, jun. 

New-Haven, «Noah Webster, Henry Daggett, jun. 

Branford, Timothy Hoadlv, James Barker. 

Cheshire, William Law, Jeremiah Brocks. 

Derby, Russell Tomlinson. 

East-Haven, Enos Hexnmingway. 

Guilford, Augustus Collins, Nathaniel Griffin. 

Hamden, Amasa Bradley. 

Milford, Abraham V. H. De Witt, Elias Clark. 

North-Haven, Joseph Doolittle. 

Wallingford, Edward Barker, Dan Johnson. 

Waterbury, Noah Baldwin, Asahel Bronson. 

Woodbridge, Hezekiah Baldwin, Hezekiah Beecher. 

Wolcott, Street Richards. 

New-London, Lyman Law, Thaddeus Brooks. 

Bozrah, Elias West. 

Colchester, Rogar Bulkeley, Joel Worthington/ 

Franklin, Oliver Johnson. 

Gr^ton, Starr Chester, Amos A. Niles. 

Lisbon, Barn -mas Huntington. 

Lyme, Richard M'Curdy, David M. Jewett. 

Montville^ John G. Hiiihouse. 

Norwicu; Nati-.a isl Skipman, Benjamin Snow. 

Preston, A very j&icv/n^r, Alexander Stewart. 

fttonington, L^thaift Hull, Nathan Pendleton. 

Water lord H'ijnh Fox. 

^airfield, Walter Bradley, JohnHull. 



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Brookfield, William Meeker. 

Banbury, Epaphras W. Bull, Benjamin Hicock. 

Greenwich, Nehemiah Wilson, Benjamin Brush* 

Huntington, Samuel P. Mills, Nathan Wheeier. 

New-Canaan, Joseph Sflliman. 

Kew-Fairfiekl, Uriah Mead. 

Newtown, Gideon Bctsford, Amos Skidmore. 

Ncr^alk, Stephen St. John, , Jabez Gregory. 

Reading, Andrew L. Hill, Simeon Msngeiv 

Ridge£eid, Job Smith, Jonathan Keeler. 

Stamford, Isaac Lock wood, Thiuldeus Bell, juu. 

Stratford, Jabez H. Tomlinson, Robert Fairchild. 

Sherman, Gideon Allen, 

Trumbull, Stephen Middlebrook. 

Weston, Stephen Gregory, Joseph Bennet. 

Wilton, Samuel Corastock. 

Windham, Kezekiah Ripley, William Rudd. 

Ashford, Abel Simmons, jun. David Keyes. 

Brooklyn, Joseph Scarborough. 

Canterbury, Moses Cieavelaral,. Rufus Adams* 

Columbia, Simon Loomis. 

Hampton, Ebenczer Moseley. 

Kilimgly, Aaron Arnold, Shubael Hutchins. 

Lebanon, Isaiah Loomis, Elisha 'Hutchinson. 

Mansfield, Skiff Freeman^ jun. Jesse Williams. 

Plainfield, Anthony Bradford, Joseph Eaton. 

Pomfret, Sylvrnus Backus, Lemuel Ipgals- 

Sterling, Lemuel Durance. 

Thompson, Thaddem Learned, Wyman Carol!. 

Voluntotra, Nathasiel Sheffield^ 

Woodstock, Ebenezer Skinner, Ebenezer Smith. 

Litchfield, Moses Sevmour, Norman Puell. ' 

Barkhempstead, Israel lores, Peiatiah Alien,' 

Bethlem, Nehemiah Lambert. 

Canaan, John Hurlhut, John Adam. 

Colebrook, Samuel Blake! v, Moses Wr'jrMi juh. 

Cornwall, Benjamin Gould, OUver Buraliitrni' 



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ftoshen, Birdsey Norton, Adino Hale. 
jManyinton, James Brace, Benjamin Griswold. 
Kent, Barziilai Slosson. 

New-Xiartford, Riverius Bid well, Jona. Marsh. 
New-Miiford, Elijah Boardman, Samuel Comstock. 
K or folk, Jeremiah W. Phelps, Nath'l Stevens, jun. 
Plymouth, Lake Potter. ; 

Koxhmy, Gideon Leavenworth. 
Salisbury, Phineas Chat>in, Stephen Reed, 
Sharon, Hudson Caniield, Isaac Pardee. 
Southbury, Aaron Hinman. 

Tornngtbn, Elitha Hinsdale, William Battle, jus, 
Warren, John Ifelfhadge. 

Washington, Dan'l N. Brinsmade, Dan'l Whittlesey. 
Watertown, Samuel W. Southmayd. 
Winchester, Samuel Hurlbut, Horace Higley. 
Woodbury, Nathan Preston, Elijah Sherfrian. 
Middle-town, Elijah Hubbard, John Pratt. ■ 
Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, Benjamin Hurd. 
Durham, Joseph Parsons, Dan Parmele. 
East-H .-iddam, Epaph. Champion, Eliph. Holmes.. 
Haddam, Luther Boardman, Stephen Tibbals. 
Kiliingv/orth, George EHiot, j an. Dan Lane. 
tVt/orook, Joseph Hill, Ambrose Whittlesey, jun. 
Tolland, Jonathan Barns, Daniel Edgerton. 
"V^lton, Elijah White, Ebenezer Kellogg, jun; 
Coventry. D i\iA Hale, Kathaniel Kingsbury* 
Islington, Wvllis Kussel. , 
Hebron, Abel Bissell, John T- Peters. 
Bome.Vs; Solomon & Fuller, Calvin Pitjdn. 
IVtaffbrcL Eijhra'un Hyde, Nathan Johnson. 
I) olbn, Robert Paul 'Luther Crawford. 
Wilhngton, Samuel Duaton, Elisha Johnson. 

OCTOBER SESSION. 

L>h:i Cotton Smith, esq. Speaker. 
I/rTf^n Law and Uriel Holmes, jun. esq^rs. Clerks, 
vLr./ord) Amasa Keyesj Ebeaczer Faxon. 



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Berlin, Elijah Hart, Samuel Hart, jun. 

Bristol, George Mitchell- 
Burlington, Theodore Pettvbcne. 

Canton, George Humphries. 

La* ;t- Hartford, Shubael Griswold, Samuel Pitkin. 

East-Windsor, Charles Jer.ks, Daniel Rockwell. 

Enfield. Henry Terry, Eliphalet Kiltam. 

Farming'con, John Mix; Solomon Covvles. 

Glastcnbury, Marvin Dayton, Benjamin Hale. 

Granby, Seth Hays, Ebenezer Ilicock. 

Hartland, Uriel Holmes, Israel Williams. 
^ Marlborough, Joel Foot. 

Southuigton, Roger Whittlesey, Samuel Weodruif. 

Sufficld, Luther Loomis, Oliver Granger. 

Simsbury* Jonathan Pcttibone, Shubael Hoskfos. 

Wcthersfield, Ezeklel P. Beldcn, Joseph Bulkeiey. 

Windsor, Daniel Talcott, Solomon Allen. 

Nenv-lJccven, Noah Webster, Henry Daggett, jr» 

Branford, James Barker, Timothy lioadly. 

Cheshire, Jeremiah Brooks, William Law* 

Derby, Nathan Wheeler. 

E ait-Haven, Enos Hemrningway. 

Guilford) Augustus CohinSj Samuel Robinson, 

II;imden, Amasa Bradley. 

Meriden, Brenton Hall. 

Milford, Abraham V*H. De Wlttj Benjamin Bull. 
. North -Haven , Joseph Bracket, 
I Oxford, Philo Hoibrook. 
Wallingford, Edward Barker, Dan Johnson* 

Waterbury, Nimrod Hall, Asahel Bronson. 

Wbodbridge, Hezekiah Balwin, John Gliomas. 

Wolcott^ Street Richards. 

JVew-Lo?idorij Lvman Law, George Colfax. 

Norwich, Cushing feells. Jonathan Devotion, 

Bozrah, Jesse Abel. 

Colchester, Danie) Watrous, Joel WorthingtQK. 

Franklin, Oliver Johnson. 

Gvotpfy Jolxn jD&oilj John Spicer. 



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Lisbon, Barnabas Huntington. 
Lvme, Nathaniel Matson, Selden Warner. 
Montville, John G. Hillhouse. 
Preston, Isaac Avery, Charles Fanning. 
Stonington, Nathan Pendleton, Amos Gallop. 
Waterford, Griswold Avery jun- 

Fairfield, David Burr, Ebenezer Banks, 
Danbiiry, Amos Cook, Eliakim Benedict. 
Brookfield, Liverius Hawley. 
Greenwich, Elkanah Mead, Joseph Ferris. 
Huntington, Legrande M. Lewis, David Hawley. 
New -Canaan, Isaac Richards. 
New-Fairfield, Ui iah Mead. 
Newtown, John Sanibrd, Amos Baldwin. 
N'»rivalk, Jabez Gregory, Stephen St. John. 
Reading, Andrew- L. Hill, Simeon Munger. 
RidgfiekJi Samuel Stebbins, Timothy Keeler, 2d. 
St tl&tord, JoKith Smith, Nathan Weed. 
Stratford, Roswell Judson, Samuel Hawley. 
Sherman, David Barlow. 
Trumbull, Philo- Booth. 
Weston, Stephen Gregory, M. Godfrey. * 
Wilton,, Samuel Olmsted. 

Wbidham., Ilezekiah, Ripley, Nathaniel Manning. 
Ashfoixf, Josias Byies, Jeremiah Am midon. 
Brooklyn, Joseph Scarborough. 
Canterbury* Jacob Bacon, Isaac Backus. 
Columbia, Silas Fuller. 
Hampton, William Huntington. 
Ku!inc;iy, Sampson Howe, .fames Danielson. 
Lebanon, Isaiah Loomis, 2/afcdiel Hyde. 
Mansfield; Heman, Storrs, Roger Waldo. 
PiainfieM, Anthony Bradford, Ephriam Wheeler. 
Pomfret, Sylvamrs Backus,- Lemuel Ingalls. 
Sterling, Lemuel Dorrance. 
Thorn pson, Daniel Learned, Isaac Davis. 
Vohmtown, Allyn Campbell. 
Woodstock, Ebenezer Dftnn£r ; Jotm M'Cldlaj*. 



Litrhfidd. Uriel Holmes, jim. Aaron Bradley, 
Barkhe'mpstead, Peletiah 'AUen, Israel Juliet. 
Bethiem, David Bellamy. 
Canaan, Seth Andrus, John Webb. 
Colebrook, E/ijah Rockwell, Reuben Rockwell,, 
Cornv/ail, Benjamin Gould, Oliver Burnham. 
Goshen, Birdsey Norton, A (lino Hale. 
Harwinton, James Brace, lieujainin Griswold. 
Kent, Bar/allia Sloe-son. 

New-Hartford, Jonathan Marsh, Asa- Bowles. 
New -Mil ford, Btebe Hioe, Abel Merwin. 
Norfolk, Jeremiah W: Phelps, Nathaniel Stevens, jr. 
Plymouth, Luke Potter. 
Roxbury, Elihu CanhVid. 
Salisbury, Stephen Reed, Semuel Lee. 
Sharon, Judson Canfield, John C. Smith. 
Southhury, Aaron Hinnrnv 

Torrington, Elisha Hinsdale, William Bait ell, jun. 
Washington, 1). N. Brinsmayde, Daniel Whittlesey. 
Warren, Ebenezer Tanned. 
Watertown, Samuel W. Southmayd. 
Winchester, Samuel Hurlhut, James Boyd. 
Woodbury, Reuben iViiuheil, John Strong. 

Middle'.&wn, Eh>h Hubbard, John Prajfct. 
Haddam, Lather bo; irdna-n, Dan iei Brain ard. 
Chatham, Enoch Sage, Nathaniel Markham. 
Durham, Dan Palme le, Daniel Bates. 
East-IIatMam, Ep-\p!i. Champion, Enphalet Holmes. 
Killmgworth, Wiinam Morgan., Abraham Pierson. 
Say brock, John BuM, Thomas Sh Him an. 

Tolland^ Jonathan Barns, I) p.iel Edgerton. 
Bollon, Elijah Wh'te, Lemuel King. 
Coventry, David Hale, Nathanki Kingsbury. 
Ellington, Wyllvs Russet. 
Hebron, AbelBissell, John S. Peters. 
Somers, Calvin Pitkin, Soloman L. Fuller. 
Stafford, Calvin Willey, Nathan Johnson. 
Union, Samuel Crawford Robert Paul. 
Wiliingto» a Samuel Dunton 3 Amos James, jifcu 



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NOMINATION FOR 
No. vct?s. 
Oliver Ellsworth 12,599 
William Hillhouse 12,856 
John Chester 13,026 

Roger Newberry 13,035 
Ashur Miller . 13,157 
Aaron Austin 13,063 

Jonathan Brace 13,383 
Chaun. Goodrich 13,399 
Elizur Goodrich 13,378 
MatthewGriswold 13,421 



ASSISTANTS- 
' No. 
S. Titus Hosmer 
Henry Caarnpion 
Jonathan Barnes 
J. Gates Bramard 
Joseph Walker 
Jabez Clark 
Judson Gaufield 
Isaac Beers 
Simeon Baldwin 
Calvin Gcddaid 



-1306. 
votes* 
13 242 
13J39 

12^544 
12,542 

12,771 
12,933 
12,94-5 
13,005 

12 715% 



The following gentlemen received the number 
of votes affixed to their respective namts. 

9,26S ] Jabez H.Tomlinson 9,756 

9,567 J Joshua King 9,595 

Moses Seymour 9,671 

John Welch 9^601 

Ebenezer Devotion 9,555 



Thomas Seymour 
Jonathan-Bull 
Ebenezer Barnard 
Rufus Hitchcock 
Andrew Hull j'r 
Moses Warren 
Marvin Wait 
EUas Brown 
Jabez Fitch 
Walter Bradley 



9,494 
9,806 
9,325 
9,877 
9,770 
9,511 
10,413 
9,909 



Daniel Tiiden 
Isaac Spencer 2d 
Hezekiah Goodric 
John T. Peters 
Elijah House 



9,405 
9,070 
l 9,415 
9,148 
9,324 



Nomination for .Members of Congress, 

May, U06* 



No. votes. 
Samuel W. Dana 9,030 
John Davenport j'r 9,325 
John C. Smith 9,497 

BenjaminTalmadge 9,430 
JonathanCMoseley 9,532 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 9,437 
Lewis B.Sturge* 9 ; 525 



No. 

Epaph. Champion 
John Caldwell 
Eben. Huntington 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Sam'l B.Sherwood 
Sylvanus Backus 
Nathaniel Terry, 



votes* 
9.449 
9 394 
9,443 
9,403 
9,334 
9,384 
9,19$ 



tit 



Lyman Law 
Asa Bacon j'r 



9,345 
9,158 



Noah Webster 
Uriel Holmes j'r 



9,074 
8,904 



The following gentlemen received the number 
jof votes affixed to their respective names. 



Aaron Olmstead 
Hez. Huntington 
Sylvester Wells 
Andrew Hull j'r 
William Law 
Amos Palmer 
Charles Fanning 
Augur Judson 
James Steveas 



5,721 
5,729 
5,884 
5,973 
5,980 
5 5 979 
5,965 
5,897 
5,930 



Robert Fairchild 
EpaphrasW.Bull 
James I&dredge 
Peter Webb 
Elijah Eoardman 
William Hawley 
Joshua Stow 
John T. Peters 



5,§36 
5,S73 
$,877 
5,796 
5,743 
5,695 
5,621 
5,579 



Samuel Whittlesey '4,9f Q 



Judicial and Civil Departments* 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Jesse Root, esq. Chief Judge, 
Hon. S.M. Mitchell, esq. j Hon. Wm.-Edmond, esq, 
Hon.Tappine Reeve, esq. | Hon. Nath'l Smith, esq. 
Hon.Zeph, Swift, esq. j Hon. J. G. Brainard, esq. 
Hon. John Trumbull, esq. | HomSimeon Baldwin>esq. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

couNTr couJir. 

Hon. Roger Newberry, esq. Chief Judge* 

Hon. John Chester, esq. J Pliny Hilly.er, esq. 

Jonathan Bull, esq. [ Eliphalet Terry, esq. 

Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer. auA 

Clerk of the Supei iour Court. 

JUSTICES OF ViTE PEACE. 

Hartford I Samuel Wyllys 

Thomas Seymour ■' \.~ ' 



• William 'Mo&elej* 



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Thomas Y. Seymour 
Nathaniel 'ferry 

W."':!\ :- Ihilay 
Enoe; •». -kins 
fipTkrairri -loot 
Andrew Z ingsbury 
Ngtnan Perkins j'r 
Ai; ^.sa Keyes 
John C aid -veil 
Thomas Chester 
Theodora B wight esq'rs. 

rlin 
Gf.dS'-iiiey 
Ja.-nes North 
nmo's Ilosford 

Elijah asaes 

DanieJ Danbur 
Roger Norton 
David Webster esq'rs 

Bristol 
En os Ives 
Bryan Hooker esq'rs 

Burlington 
Abraham Pettibone 
Simeon Hart 
Bliss Hart esq'rs 
G anion 
Ezra Adams 
George Humphrey esq'rs 

Enfield 
Henry Terry 
John Reynolds esq'rs 
Eu&t-H&Trftrd 
Jonathan Wells 
EVishn Pitkin 
Samuel FSa^g 
George Gils wold 



Benajah Phelps 
Shubael Griswold esq'rs 

East- Windsor 
Roswell Grant 
Caleb Booth 
Daniel Rockwell 
Charles Jenks esq'rs 

Farmington 
Ichabod Norton 
Noadiah Hooker 
John Mix 
TiiiiothvPitkmjV 
Roger "Hooker £SQ ? rS 

G lax tea bur 'J 
Josiah Hale 
Elisha Hale 
Zeph. H. Smith, e&fs 

Grrmhy 
Osias Fe(tiS% 
Judah Holcomb j'r 
Andrew Eillyer 
He zeki n h Holcomb 
Caleb Me r rim an 
Joseph Cornish 
Nathaniel Pratt esq'rs 

Bart I a? id 
Uriel Holmes 
John Treat esq'rs 

Marlborough 
Toel Foot ■ 
Israel Foot esq'rs 

BiMld 
Thaodens Leavett 
Asahel Hathaway 
Bi-muel Hale 
Joseph Austin 
WUilam iiradley 



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John W. Haneket 
CampbellHumphrey esq's 

Southington 
Timothy Clark 
Roger Whittlesey 
Samuel Woodruff j'r 
Samuel Hart esq's 
Symvbury 
Dudley Pettibone 
Solomon Ererist 
Calvin Barbei- 
Jolan Beiter 
John Goodwin j'r esq'rs 

Wethernjieid 
Samuel W. Williams 

Thomas Y. Seymour, 

PRACTISING 

Hartford 
Thomas. Y. Seymour 
Chauncey. Goodrich 
Willi am Moseley 
Jonathan Brace 
Ephraim Root 
Enoch Perkins 
' Theodore D wight 
Nathaniel Terry 
David Bissel j'r 
Jonathan W. Edwards 
Thomas $. Williams 
Walter Mitchell 
Thomas Day 
Thomas Huntington j'r 
Isaac Perkins 
Aaron M, Church 
Joseph Trumbull 



Joseph Bulkeler 
John Williams' 
Joshua ttelden j'r 
Ezekiel P. Belden esq'rs 

Wi?idsor 
'Oliver Mother 
Abkd Griswold 
Josiah Bissel 
Isaac Owen j'r 
felihu Mills 
.Simeon Griswold 
Edward Seiden esq'rs 



esq. State Attorney* 

AffORNJES. 

John Wales 
Stedman Adams 
Seth Terry 
Jared Scarborough 
Solomon Smith esq'rs 

Berlhi 
Daniel Dunbar esq. 

Maui - Ha rtford 
Hezekiah Fiagg 
Pliny Wight esq'rs 

East- Windsor 
Seth P. Waldo esq. 

Enfield* 
Henry Terry 
William Dixon esq'rs 

Farmingtsn 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Samuel Cowtes 



6* 



Lemuel Whitman esq'rs 

Glastenbnry 
Zepheniah H. Smith 
Samuel Jones j ' r esq'rs 

Grandy 
Thomas Holcomb 
Andrew D. Hillyer esq'rs 

Sy ma bury 
William Williston 
Elisha Phelps esq'rs 

Southington 
Samuel Woodruff 
Roger Whittlesey efcq'rs 
Stephen Chester, esq 



Sufflckt 
Hezekiah Huntington 
William Gay 
William Bradley 
Seth Parsons esq'rs 
Wethersfield 
John Williams esq. 

Windsor 
John Sargant 
Grove Griswold 
Roger Newberry j'r 
Joseph H. Russell esq'rs 

Wether*field, Sheriff. 



peputy Sheriffs* —Titus L, Bisseil, Horace Wads- 
-worth, Hartford; Nathan Merrow, East-Hartford? 
Nehemiah Chandler, Enfield. Ezekiel Cowlesj jun. 
'Farmingtorim Joshua R. Jewett, Granby. Oliver 
Hanchett, Suffield* John B. Ripley, Weiherifteld.^^ 
Elmu Drake, Jonathan Palmer, jun. Windsor. 
Elijah Boardman, Hartford^ Jailor. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

couxfr court. 
Hon. Eli zur Goodrich, esq. Chief Judge, 
Gideon Buckingham, esq. j Dyer White, esq. 
John Kingsbury, esq. J Noah Webster, esq. 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 
John H. Lynde, e|q. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court* 



'/USfTCES OF ?HE PEACE. 



JVt'w Haven 
Henry Daggett 
Joseph Darling 
Nehemiah Smith 
Thomas Painter 



Elisha Munson 
William Hillhouse j'r 
Eneas Munson 
Charles Denison 
John Barker esq'rs 



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Branford 
Edward Russell 
Orchard Gould 
William Gould 
Benjamin Page 
Jamts Barker 
Salomon Lindsley 
Beverly- Munro esq'rs 

Cheshire 
p Burrage Beach 
Asahel Chittenden 
Titus Street 
Amos Baldwin esq'rs 

Derby 
John Humphreys 
Levi Tomlinson 
Josiah Dudley 
Amasa Porter 
Philo Bassett esq'rs 
Jiast-Havcn 
Josiah Bradley 
Enos Hemingway 
Stephen Woodward esq's 

Hamden J 
John Hubbard 
Eli Whitney 
£._ Aaron Bradley 
Elam Ives esq 'rs 

Guilford 
Augustus Collins 
Miles Munger 
Jonathan Todd 
Henry Hill 
Nathan Chidsey 
Daniel Hand j'r 
Nathaniel Grilling 
Abraham Chittenden j'r 
F 



Samuel Robinson, esq'rs, 

Milford 
Stephen Gunn 
William Atwater 
Abraham V.H. De Witt' 
Elias Clark 
Benjamin Bui! esq'rs 

Meridtn 
Zenas Mitchell 
Asaph Merriman esq'rs 

J\")rth- Raven 
Joshua Barnes 
Joseph Pierpcnt 
Joseph Foot esq'rs- 

Oxjlrd 
John R/ggs 
David Tofnlinson 
Abel Wheeler esq'rs. 

IVallingfcrd 
Oliver Stanley 
John M l Cleave 
Samuel Hall 2d 
Ephraim Cook 
Aaron Hall 
George W. Stanley esq's 

Water bury 
John Welt on 
John Lewis j 'r 
James Scovii 
David Thompson 
Fred'k Hotchkiss esq'rs 

11 'Qodbridgc 
David French 
Thomas Darling 
Samuel Osborne 
Elihu Sanfovd j'r esq'rs 



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V/olcott I Charles Upson 

Mark Harrison | Isaac Bronson esq'rs 

Jonathan Ingersoll, esq. State Attorney. 

PRACTISING ATTQRNETS. 



#V5r#* Haven 
Jonathan Ingersoll 
William Hillhouse j'r 
David Daggett 
Nathan Smith 
Isaac Mills 
Levi Ives j'r. 
Isaac M. Wales 
Elihu Munson 
Stephen Twining 
Sean P. Staples 
John H. Lynde 
William Bristol 
Jesse At water 
Henry W. Edwards 
Charles Denison 
De Lau De Forest 



Asaph Dunbar 
James E. Porter 
Eleazer Foster 
Jeremiah Everts esq'rs 

Cheshire 
Burrage Beach, esq 

Derby 
John Humphrey 
Jcsiah Dudley esq'rs 

Mil ford 
Abraham VlH. De Witt 
David B. Ingersoll esq'rs 

Walling ford 
George W. Stanley esq 

Water bury . 
Cyrus Clark 
Sennet Bronson esq'rs 



Nathaniel Rossiter, esq. Sheriff*. 

Defiuty Sheriffs. — Josiah B. Morse, George Mun* 

son, ^eiv-Haven. Ambrose Rice, IV ailing ford.— 

Benjamin Upson, IVaterbury. Francis French, 

Derby. — '-. Stanley, Cheshire. Me dad Hotch- 

kiss, IVotdbridge. 

John Clark, New-Haven, Jailor. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

cnuNfr COURT. 

Hon. William Hillhouse, esq. Chief Judge. 

Benjittjun Coit, esq, I Joseph Isham, esq. 

JUfos Perkins, esq. | Matthew Griswold, esq, 

William Noyes, esrj. Treasurer- 



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Winthrop Saltonstall, esq. Glerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 



. justices OF 

J\ew-London 
Jonathan Starr 
Guy Richards 
George Colfax 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurley 
♦ W. P. Cleaveland esq'rs 

Norwich 
Elivha Hyde 
Christopher LefBngweU 
Andrew Huntington 
Asa Spalding 
Andrew Perkins 
Thomas Fanning 
James Lanman 
James Backus 
Erastus Huntington esq's 

Bozrah 
Asa Wood worth 
Asa Fitch 
Benjamin West esq'rs 

Colchester ~ 
John Isliam 2d 
John R. Watrcus 
Joel Worth i n ^ton 
Roger B n! keley 
Daniel Watrous esq'rs 

Franklin 
Eli Rvde 
Silav Hartshorne 
Elisha Edgerton esq'rs 

Groton 
Ebenezer Ledyard 



<THE PEACE. 

Amos Geer 
Starr Chester 
Joseph Aljyn 
Ebenezer Avery 2d 
Isaac Avery 
John Dabol'l esq'rs 

Lisbon 
Levi Perkins jum 
Joshua Perkins 
Elisha Morgan esq'rs 

Lyme 
Andrew 'Griswold 
Seth Ely 
David F. Sill 
Moses Warren jim. 
Calvin Selden 
David M. Jewett 
Selden Warner 
Samuel Math e r juu. 
Roster Griswold 
Richard M'Curdy - 
John Noyes esq'rs 

Montcille 
Clement Bishop 
Daniel F. Raymond 
James Fitch 
Jared Com stock esq'rs 

Predion 
Samuel Mott . 
Jeremiah Halsey 
Daniel Morgan jim 
Isaac Avery 
Alexander Stewart 



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Charles Fanning 
Solonlon Giddins esq'rs 

Stoning ton 
Charles Phelps 
Nathaniel Miner 
Joshua Babcock 
Elijah Palmer ' - 
Latham Hull 
Stephen Avery M 



Coddington Billings 
Samuel Prentice 
Stephen Hall 
Wiuiam Williams 
Wm. Wcodbridge esq'ys 

IVaterford 
Gr is wold Avery 
George Williams 
Pardon T. Taber esq'rs 



Asa Spalding, esq. State Attorney, 



PRACTISING ATTORNI.ES. 



J^e%v-LmdGn 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurley 
William P.. Cleaveland 
lirrrh Isham 
Elijah Hubbard j/r 
[Ebenetcr Learned 
George Wheat 
Wm. F. Brainard esq'rs 

, Aorwlch 
Elisha'Hyde 
Asa Spa] ding 



Ulysses Selden 
- — — Stechn.an 
George Perkins esq'rs 

Colchester 
Benjamin 'Trumbull 
Samuel A. Peters 
Ich. L. Skinner esq'rs ' 

Grofon 
Elisha Williams esq. 

Ly?ne 
Roger Gr is wold 
Richard M'Curdy 
David M. Jewett, esq'rs 

Preston 
Jeremiah Halsey esq'r » 

Stonivgton 
Nathaniel Minor 
Coddington Billings esq'rs 



Luther Spalding , 
William^ Hart. 
James Lanroaa. 
Charles Lathrop 
John Hyde 
Joseph Williams _ 

Joshua Huntington, esq. "Norwich, Sheriff''. 

Deputy Sherds. ~W\\\v<im Richards, New-Lon- 
don. Beta. Peck, Shubael Breed, Norwich. Solo- 
mon Scovel, Colchester* Watrous Beckwith, Lyme* 
Paul Babcockj Stoningtom Adonijah F. Bradford, 
Mont-mile > 

Jitters*— Chauncey Arnold, Nr*v- London* 
geth Miner, Norwich* 



6$ 
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

COUN'Tr COURT. 

Hon,. Joseph P. Cook, esfy Grief Judge. 
Jabez Fitch, x esrq.. I Amlwsw L. Hill, esq. 

Nathan Wheeler, esq. | Joseph Siuirninj, esq. 

Lewis B.. Su»rp;es. esq. Treasurer. 
David'Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk oi Superior Cc 



JUSTICES 01 

Fairfield 
Jonathan Smrges 
Lew i s B v Stur ges 
Walter Bradley 
Joseph Strong- 
David Allen' 
David Jutlath 
Samuel Rowland 
Ebenezer Banks 
Gershom Burr 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Talcott.Eanks esq'rs 

Banbury 
Eli Mygatt 
Thomas Taylor 
James. Clark 
Benjamin Ilicec'k 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Daniel B. Cook 
Thomas -Taylor jun* 
Coarfort % Mygatt esq'rs 

Brookfitld 
Amos Wheeler 
Eli' Perry 
Jesse Noble 

Riverius Hawley esq'rs 
F 



The peace, \ 

Grccnrcich 
John M'K-ray 
Ebe a e z e r M e ad. 
Gilbert Close . 
Daniel Wood jur.. 
Jabez Mead esq'rs 

Elisha Mills. ' 
Diodate Silliman 
Le grand M. Lewis 
Othniel Be Forest 
John Curtiss esq'rs 

Nor walk 
Eliphalei: Lockwocd, 
Thaddeus Betts 
Job Bar tram 
Taylor Sherman 
RofH;r M . SI ler man 
Win* M. Betts esq'rs. 

N 'tw- Canaan 
Isaac Richards 
Eliphalet St. John esq'rs 

J\' ew- Fairfield- 
Nehemiah Beard sley 
Joseph Bear^e jun, esq'rs 



Newttvtn 
Bavid Baldwin 
Asa Chapman 
Samuel C, Blackman 
Zachariah Ferris esq'rs 

Redding 
James Rogers 
WilHam Heron 
Seth 3. Smith esq'rs 

Kid g field 
Philip B. Bradley 
Joshua King 
\ V 1 i \ i a in Forrester 
Tuoroas-St, John 
8? am uel Stebbins 
Kathan Smith esq'rs 

Stamford 
John Davenport jun. 
Reuben ScblfieUt 
Samite! Webb 
^Nathan Weed jeri< 

Lewis B. Sturges, 



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Eben'r Davenport esq'rs 

Stratford 
Robert Walker 
Abijah M'Euen 
Joseph Backus 
Joseph Walker 
Josiah Lacey esq'rs 

Sherman 
Stephen Barnes 
Samuel Allen esq'rs 

Trumbull 
Stephen Beardsley 
Lewis Burton 
David Seelye esq'rs 

Weston 
John Sherwood 
Jeremiah Rowland esq'rs 

If ilt on 
Matthew Mead 
Matthew Marvin esq'rs 

e?q. State Attorney. . 



PRJCT'UIXG 

F airfield 
Dr.vid Burr 
Lewis B* Sturges 
Samuel Rowland 
Srmuei B. Sherwood 
Gideon Tomlinson 
Thaddeus B. Wakeman 
Jamas Burnett esq'rs 

D anbury 
Epaphras W. Bull 
Matthew B. Whittlesey . 
John P. White . 
Moses Hatch esq'js 



A r /tORNlES, 

Greenwich 
Timothy Walker esq. 

jYeivtowi 
Samuel C. Blackman 
Asa Chapman 
Timothy Shepard esq'rs 

jYGrwalk 
Taylor Sherman 
Roger M. Sheridan esq'rs 

Bedding 
Seth S. Smith esq. 

Stamford 
John Davenport j'r 



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Robert Fairchild 
Joseph .Backus 

Benjamin Hall 
Charles M'Euen 
CliEtries Bostvvick 
Wm. Benedict csq'ra 



James Stevens 
Simeon H.- Miner 
Frederick Scovil 
Joseph Woc.cl esq'rs 

Street for u 
Joseph Walker 
Roswell Judson 

Ebenezer Dimond, esq. Sheriff*. 

Deputii'SheriiJ^. — John G. Allen* Fairfield. Sa- 

\ muel Wiklman, juri. D anbury. Herman Warner, 

Aewto-wn. Thomas F. Rowland, Aorwalk. Aaron 

Morehouse, Redding. Josejih Gray, Stamford.— 

John Thompson, Stratford. Peter Laboree, Hunt* 

ingtoff. Ezra Gregory Ei"idg'cf;ort. 

Jailors* — Isaac Judson, Fairfield, 

Samuel Wildman, jun. Dotnbury. 

COUNTY OF- WINDHAM. 

covxfr court. 

Hori. Thomas Grosvenor, esq. Chief Judge. 

Ebenezer Devotion, esq. \ Hezekiah Ripley, esq. 

James Gordon, e3q. ^ LemueT Ingalls, esq. 

James Gordon, esq. Treasurer. 

Samuel Gray, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court* 



JUSTICES 

Windham 
Timothy Larrabee 
Samuel Gray 
Jabez Clai*k 
Samuel Perkins esq'rs 

■\ Ashjord 
Abel Simmons j'r 
John Palmer 
Willi ?.m Walker 
JosiasBylcs 



OF 



THE If E ACE. 

William Perkins esq'rs 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 
Joseph Scarborough 
James Eldredge * ' 
Daniel Putnam 
RogerW. Williams esq'rs 

Canterbury 
Daniel Frost 
Luther Paine * 



ss 



Asa Bntti 
Jsaac Bacfeos 
Rums Adams c r '-q'r3 

James Pineo 
Asahel Clark 2d 
Daniel Lord eeq'rs 

Hamfitm 
Efoenezer Moseley 
Philip Pearl 
James Bnrnett esq'rs 

James Bauieison 
Ezra Hut chins 
Joel Day 
Joseph Adams 
Sampson Howe esq'rs 

I^e.!%ano?r 
Elkanah Tisdalc 
Solomon Wim-ims 
Jeremiah Mason 
Peleg Thomas 
Thaddeus Clark 
James Mason 
William T. Williams 
Rufus Lamb 
Eliph't Metcalf esq'rs 

Afam0ld 
Frederick Freeman 
Jesse Williams 
John Salter 
Barzillai Swift esq'rs 

P-lainfidd 
WHliam Dixon 

u Jabei Clark, 



Anthony 



; *<ifrr& 



rCalvin .God*':*;-! 
jEpbraiftvWirtefc* 
fJoshiiri Dtvr>tafi 

John Douglass esq' rs 
Pomfrrt 

Lemuel Grosvenor 

Sylvan us Backus 

Ebe n e ze v K i n gshur y 

John Holbrook esq'rs 
Sterling 

John Gaston 

Job ri Wylie 

Samuel Bullock esq'rs 

Jason Phipps 
Thaddeus Lamed 
Noadiah Russell 
Geoi •£€ Lamed 
John Jacobs e-q'rs 

*AHyii Campbell 
: James Alexander 

Joseph Wylie 

Thomas Backus esq'rs 
Woodstock 

John M'CIellan 

Neh^miah Child 

John Fox 
| Ebenezer Smith 

Jonathan Morse 

Philip Haywood esq'rs 



esq. State Attorney* 



Windham 
Timothy Larrabee 
Jabez Clark 
Samuel Perkins 
John Baldwin 
David W. Young 
Charles Fitch esq'rs 

Ashford .' 
William Perkins 
David Bolles esq'rs 

Canterbury 
I^ufus Adams esq'r 

Columbia-. 
Asakel Clark esq'r 

Killingly 
Seth D» Burbanks esq'r 



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PRACTISING ATTORNI&S. 



Lebanon 
William T. Williams esq. 

Plamfield 
William Dixon 
Calvin Goddard 
Joseph Eaton esq'rs 

Pomfret 
Sylvan us Backus 
John Holbrook esq'rs 

Sterling 
Artemas Baker esq*r 

Thompson 
George Lamed esq fc 

Woodstock 
John M'Clellan 



Philip Haywood esq'rs 
Henry Webb, esq. Windham, Sheriff. 

Dehuty -Sheriffs.-* — , Windham.—* 

John Perkins, Ashford. Walter Hough, Canterbu- 
ry. Elisha Gleason, Pomfret. Hubbard DuUon^ 
Lebanon. George Gordon, Plain field. 

Benjamin Brewster Windham, Jailor. 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

COUNT? COURT* 

Joshua Porter, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Airon Austin, esq. 1 David, Smith, esq. 
Nathan Hale, esq. |. D. N. Brinsmade, esq, 

Julius Denving, esq. Treasurer. 
Fred. Wolcott, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court* 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield I Uriah Tracy 

James Morris John- Allea 



io 



Moses Seymour 
Julius Deming 
Frederick Wolcott 
Seth Land on > 
Uriel Holmes jan. 
Roger Marsh 
Nathan. Basset 
R. N. Whittlesey esq'rs 

Berkhcmftstead 
Joseph Wilder 
Israel Jones jun. 
Samuel Ilayden. 
Pelatiah Allen esq'rs 

Bethkm 
David Bellamy 
David Leavitt jmi* 
Ebenezer Perkins 
Billy Ambler esq'rs 

Canaan 
Elizur Wright 
John Elmer 
Silas Franklin 
John Hurlbut esq'rs 

Colebrook 
Elijah Rockwell 
Samuel Mills esq'rs 

Cornwall 
John Pierce 
Judah Kellogg 
Jchn Sedgwick 
Oliver Burnham 
Benjamin Gould 
John Calhoun esq'rs 

G-nshrn 
Adino I Tale 
Samuel Hopkins 
Birdsy Norton esq'rs 



IJarwinton 
James Brace 
Lewis Catlin 
iiehj. Gviswold esq'rs 

Kent 
Sarzillai Slosson 
Julius Castle 
Matthew Elliott esq'rs 

New* Hartford 
Seth Spencer 
Abraham Kellogg jum 
Asa Cole esq'rs 

JVehv-Milford 
Joalali Starr 
Reuben Warner jun# 
Eli sua Bostwick 
Abijah Treat 
David S. Boardman 
Nathaniel Taylor esq'rs 

Norfolk 
Nathaniel Stephens 
Eleasser Holt 
Aug. Pettibone esq'rs 

Plymouth 
Daniel Potter 
Luke Potter esq'rs 

Poxhury 
Curtis Hurd 
Phineas Smith 
Elihu Canfield esq'rs 

Sharon 
David Downes 
Isaac Pardee 
Augustus Taylor 
John C. Smith 
Judson Canneld 
Daniel St, John esq': % 



n 



Southbury 
Justus Johnson , 
Benjamin Stiles ju'n. 
Shad rack Osborne 
Simeon Hinman 
Titus Peirce esq'rs 

Salisbury 
Adonij ih Strong 
Samuel Lee 
Eli si i a Sterling 
Lot Norton j'r 
Phineas Chapin esq'rs 

Torrinqton 
Shubael Griswold 
Ehsha Smith 
William Battle 
Phineas North esq'rs 

Washington 
Pavid Whittlesey 

Hon* Nathaniel Srnitl 



Wit! iam Co^-gsweU 
Elijah Hazen esq'rs 

Winchester , 
Eliphaz Alvord i 
Samuel Hurlbut 
Solomon Rockwell esq'rs 

IVarrtii 
Nathaniel Swift 
John Tallma^ge esq'rs 

IVattrioivn $ 

Thomas Fenn 
Elijah Woodward 
& W* Southmayd esq'rs 

'Woodbury i 

Noah B. Benedict 
Reuben Mitchell 
John Strong esq'rs 



ij esq. State Attorney* 



FRACttSIlTG 

LitchJzM 
.John Allen 
Isaac Raid win j'r 
Uriel Holmes jY 
James Gould 
Aaron Smith 
Amos Benedict 
Seth B. Beers 
Asa Bacon . 
Joseph L, Smith 
Aaron B, Reeye esq'rs 

Canaan 
Thomas Wiilcox 
John Elmer esq'rs 



A T1 '0. IN IKS. . 

Kent 
Tkrrzilhi S ! osscn esqY 

jyorfoik 
Edmund Aikins 
Augustus Pettibor.e 
Michael F. Mills 
Sereno Pettibone esq'rs 

J\cw-Harifurd 
R ger Mills 
' R. Austin esq'rs 

JS/env-MUJbrd 
j David S. Boardmau 
| Joseph A. Bast wick' 
; John Slpsson 



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Elisha Whittlesey e^q'rs 

Plymouth 
Linus Fenn 
Calvin Butler esq'rs 

Sharon 
Judson Canfield 
John Cotton Smith 
Cyms Swan 
William G. Williams 
C. Pettit 
Charles Y. Chase esq'rs 

Salisbury 
Adonijah Strong 
Elisha Sterling: 



Anson Sterling esq'r* 

Southbury 
Benjamin Stiles j'r 
Simeon Hinman esq'rs 

Washington 
William Cogswell esq'r 

Winchester 
Phinehas Miner 
N. Wetmore 
Joseph Miller esq'rs 

Woodbury 
Noah B. Benedict 
William Hawley 
Matthew Minor j'r esq/rs 



Martin Strong 

John R. Landon, esq. Sheriff, 
Deputy -Sheriffs. — Dan Harrison, Roger Co«k* 
Litchfield. Samuel Comstock, New-Milford. Na- 
thaniel Robbins, JS/orfolk* Roswell Austin, JSenv- 
Hartford. Timothy Chittenden, Salisbury* Philo 
I)e Forest, Woodbury. J. Calhoun, Cornwall* Li- 
nus Fenn, Plymouth. 

Roger Cook, Litchfield, Jailor. 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

CGUNfr COURT. 

John Dickinson, esq. Chief Judge. 
Elijah Hubbard, esq. I William Morgan, esq* 
Eiiphalet Holmes, esq. | Seth Overton, esq. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. Treasurer. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Cour*. 



MkUUctown 
Samuel W. Dajma 
Chauncey Whittlesey 



justices of The peace. 



Matthew T. Russell 
Nehemiah Hubbard j^r 
Eber.ezer Sage 



Isaac Gridley 

Isaac Miller 

Amos Sage 

Eben'r Roberts 2d esq'rs 

Chatham 
James, Bill 
Daniel Shepard 
David White j 
John Par mele 
David Clark 
Moses Bartlett 
William Dickson 
Asahel H. Strong 
Cyrus Bill esq'rs 

Durham 
Simeon Parsons • - 
Dan Parmele 
Chaises Coe esq'rs 

East* Haddam 
Jonathan Ogden Moseley 
Isaac Spencer 2d 
Abner Hall 
Jared Spencer 
Timothy Gates 2d 
Ebenezer Holmes 
Josiah Griffin 
...jUrael Cone esq'rs 



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Haddam 

Nehemiah Brainard 

Ezra Brainard 

Daniel Brainard 

Smith Clark 

Stephen Tibbals 

Levi Ward 

John Brainard esq'rs 
Kiilingwortk 

Hezekiah Lane 

Abraham Pierson 

Job Wright 

Martin Lord 

Dan Lane 

George Elliot j'r esq'rs 

^ay brook 
Jonathan Lay 
William Hart 
Timothy Star key 
Thomas Silliman. 
Samuel Hart 
John Bull 
Samuel Williams 
Samuel Tullv 
John Stannard j'r 
Jonathan Warner 
John Piatt esq'rs 



Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, esq. State- Attorney \ 



Middletown 
Stephen Titus Hosmer 
Samuel W. Dana 
Matthew T. Russell 
Enoch Huntington j'r 
Alexander Collins 
Chauncey W&ttiese-y j'r 



PRACTISING AWQRNJES* 



John L. Lewis esq'rs 

Chatham 
Asahel H. Strong 
John H. Peters esq'rs 

Ea$t-Ha dcfa?n 
Jonathan Ogden Moseley 
Jared Spencer 



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'$. G. Huntington esq'rs 

Ha (Ida in 
Levi H. Ciark esq. 



Killingnvorth 
Noah Lester esq. 

Say brook 
George W. Jewett esq. * 
Enoch Parsons, esq. Sheriff. 
De fiuty 'Sheriff's. — DaniebSmith, Haddam* Che- 
vers Brainard, Joseph Noyes, Ea*t-Haddam. Na- 
thaniel Matson, Lyme. Danfbrth Clark, Saybrook* 
lialph Smith, 2d. Chatham. 

Daniel Smith, Baddam, Jailor. 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

COUNfr COURT. 

Samuel Gilbert, esq. Chief Judge. 
Jesse Cady, esq. I Sylvester Gilbert, esq. 

{Samuel Dimton, esq. | Oliver King esq. 

ISphraim Grant, jun. esq. Treasurer and Clerk, and 
Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF. 

Tollard 
Jonathan Barnes 
Jabez Kingsbury 
Elisha Stearns esq'rs 

Bolton 
Samuel Carver 
Ichabod Warner 
Jared Cone jun. 
Phineas Tafcott esq'rs 

Coventrij 
Ephraim Kingsbury 
David Hale 
Benajah Strong 
lile&zer Pomeroy* 
Daniel Bur nap 
^saihaa Howard esq'rs 



tfUE PEACE. 

Hebron 
Elihu Marvin 
Elijah House 
Joel Jones 
E. L, Lath r op 
John H. Buell esq'rs 

Ellington 
John H. Goodrich 
Asa Willey 
Robert Hyde esq'rs 

Somers 
Simeen Forbes jun.* 
Giles Pease 
Benjamin Phelps esq'rs 

Stafford 
Ele? fc zer W. Phelps 



Eliab Alden esq'rs 

Union 
Samuel Crawford 



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Abijab, Sessions esq'rs 

Willington 
Elisha Johnson esq. 
State Attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Tolland 
Jonathan Barns 

Elisha Stearns 

G. Scarborough eSq'rs 

Hebron 
John T. Peters 
Leonard Lathrcp 
Stuart Beebe esq'rs 

SoirerG 
Elisha Wa-es 



Simeon Abhv esq'rs 

Stafford , 
Eleazer W. Phelps 
Calvin Willey esq'rs 

Bolton 
Saul Alvord esq. 

Co~v entry 
Jeremiah Parish 

FMington 
Asa Willey esq. 



esq. 



' EHjak Chapman, jun. esq. Sheriff. 
Deputy Shtiijf*. William 'Williams, 2ollan4* 
George O. Gilbert, Hebron. Aholiab Johnson, 
Stafford. 

Nathan Chapman, Gaoler, 

COURTS OF PROBATE. ~~ 



Districts. Judges. Clerks. 

Hartford* Jonathan Bull, esq. Mr. James Well*. 
New- Haven,!?,. Goodrich, esq. J. FL Lynde, esq. 
N. London, Hon. W. Hillhou&e,Lyman Law, esq. 
Fairfield, Sam '1 Rowland, tsq.Gershoro Burr, esq, 
Windham, Hon. W. Williams,Sol. Williams, esq. 
IAtchfieldj Fred. Wolcott, esq.Roger Skinner, esq. 
Middtetow?i,J. Dickinson, esq. John Fisk, esq. 
Plai^fi'id, James Gordon, esq. Mr. J. Douglass, jr. 
Guilford, Edw'd Russell, esq.Henry Hill, esq. 
Norfolk, G. Pettib©ne, esq. A. Pettibore, esq. 
WoodbUrij, N. E. Benedict, esq.M. Miner, eyj. 



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Stamford, E.Davenport, jr.«s.Ab. Davenport,csq.~ 
Danbury, Hon. J. P. Cook, Mr. J. P. Cook, jr. 
M.Haddam, Isaac Spencer, esq. Jared Spencer, esq. 
Norwich, A- Huntington, esq.Mr. J. Huntington. 
Pomfret, Hon. T. Grosvenor,L. Grosvenor, esq, 
Sharon, Joshua Porter, esq. Mr. J. Porter, jun. 

Stafford, Jesse Cady, esq. E. W. Phelps, esq. 
Siinsbury, 

Stonington, Latham Hull, esq. C. Billings, esq. 
Farming ton,Ilon. J. Tread well, Mr- Martin Bull. 
f Vailing ford,Olher Stanley, esq.G. W. Stanley, esq. 
Saybrook, Hez. Lane, esq. Mr. Dan Lane. 
Stratford, Robert Walker ,esq. Jos. Walker - esq. 
E* Windsor, Eli ph. Terry, esq. Mr. Henry Terry. 
Waterbnry, J. Kingsbury, esq. Mr. Edw v Pcrteiv . 
J\ orwalk, T. Sherman, esq. Wm. M. Betts, esq* 
N* Mil ford, D.S.Roardman,esq.J.A. Bostwick, esq* 
/p'bron, SanVl Gilbert, esq, Mr. G. O. Gilbert* 






NO TARIES P UBLICK* 

CEIizur Goodrich, 
New- Haven, < Dyer White, 

CJohn H. Lynde, 
Derby, John Humphreys, jun. 
Milford, David B. Ingersoll. 

London, {fc n Z e L rLeW fl , 

Stcmngton, Coddington Billings* 
Lymcy William Noyes, jun. 
Preston, Samuel Mott. 
XJFairfipId, Lewis B. Sturges, 
Wimh im\ Saamel ?erkins> 



7t 

Plaiv.field, Calvin Goddard. 
Woodstock, Jedediah Morse. • 
iMchfields Frederick Wolcott. 
Sharon, John C. Smith. 
M ., 7M C Mathew T. Russe 

Middietcnvn, £ Stephcn T . H osmer« 

Suffield, Hezekiah Huntington. 
Aorwalk, Eliphalet Lockwood. 
Ridgfield, Nathan Dauchy. 
Salisbury, Elisha Sterling. 
Bridgefiort^ Joseph Backus, 
Stratford, Robert Walker. 
Colchester, Daniel Watrous. 
Banbury, Amos Cook. 
Iladdam, Levi H. Clark, 
Brooklyn, John Parish, 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 

In the State of Connecticut, 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

Hartford \ A. Stiilman » B 

llev. "Nathan Strong d.d. I Canton JereniiahHallock 
Abel Flint \ Easi-Eartford 

Nathan Perkins d.d. I Andrew.Yates 

Menzies Rayncr El Salmon* King 
Vacant B |. Alas Brumley , B 

Berlin J. Sm alley d.d. J East- Windsor 

Benoni Upson | . David M'Clure d. d. 

Evan Jolins j Shubael Bartlett 

Plurality E I Enfield 

Bristol Giles H. Cowles | Nehemiah Prudden 
Daniel Wildman B I , Vacant C 

Burlington \ Marlborough 

Jonathan Miller | Vacant 
/ G a 



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Fcrmmpan 


Daniel Waldo 


Noah P rtef 


John Hastings B 


Rufus Hawley 


Simsbury S. Stebbins 


Giant en bury 


Vacant E 


Joseph Strong 


Vacant B 


Vacant 


Wethervfield 


Grand y Isaac Porter 


John Marsh 


Whitefield Cowlcs 


Joshua Belden *> 
J©ab Brace 3 


Vacant 


Ilariland Aaron Church 


Calvin Chapin 


Nathaniel Gayiord 


Windsor 


Southing ton 


Henry A. Rowland 


William Robinson 


William F. Miller 


Plurality E 


Vacant 


Vacant B 


Abel Gillet B 


Nuffield Ebenezer Gay 


Fred. Chapman B 


COUNTY OF I 


JEW-HAVEN. 


JVeiv- Haven 


East- Haven Vacant 


Rev. Moses Stuart 


Vacant E 


Samuel Merwin 


Guilford 


Abm. Jar vis d.d. E 


Israel Brainard 


Bela Hubbard v.v. E 


John Elliott 


Noah vVilliston 


Thomas Wells Bray 


Tira+iford Vacant 


Vacant 


Matthew Noyes 


Vacant E 


Ban me} Eells 


Hamden Vacant 


Vacant 


Abraham Ailing 


__ Barber E 


Milford Beza Pineo 


Cheshire John Foot 


Sherman Johnson 


Oliver Hitchcock 


Erastus Seranter E 


Reuben Ives E 


Meriden Erastus Ripley 


Derby Vacant 


J\orth -Haven 


Abner Smith 


Benj, Trumbull d.d. 


Calvin White E 


Plurality E 


'Plurality 1£ 


Oxford David Bronsoa 



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Plurality E 

Woodbridq-e 

Claudius Herrick 

Isaac Jones j'r 
Wallmgford 

James Noyes 

Erastus Ripley 

Vacant 

Vacant - E 

Vacant B 



Vacant B 

Ifaterfairy 

Holland Weeks 

Tillotson Bronson E 

Vacant 

Ira Hart 

Plurality E 

Wolcott 

Israel B. Woodward 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



New-London 
Rev. AbeUVTEwen 

Charles Seabury E 

Samuel West * B 
Bozrah Jona. Murdcck 

Vacant B 

Colchester Salmon Cone 

Ezra Stiles Ely 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Asa Willcox B 

*FravMin Samuel Nott 
Groton Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant C 

Silas Burrows B 

John G. Whitman B 
Lisbon Levi Nelson 

Ar.arew Lee 

Amos Reed p B 
Lyme Lathrop Rockwell 

Vacant 



David Huntington 
Jason Lee B 

Vacant C 

Montville Abishai Alden 
Reuben Palmer B 

Norwich Joseph Strong 
Walter King 
John Tyler E 

John Sterry B 

Preston Lemuel Tyler 
Levi Hart b«d. 
Plurality E 

Vacant C 

Thomas Goddard B 

Stonhigtoii Vacant 
Vacant 

Christo. Avery C 
Peleg Randall B 
Simeon Brown B 
— ~ Spooler B 

Water/of d Z, Darrow B 



m 



COUKTYOF 

Jfairfield 
Vacant 

Rev. Hez. Ripley d.d. 
Horace Hbtiy 
Elijah Waterman 
Philo Shelton E 

Vacant B 

Brookjicld Vacant 

Plurality E 

Danbury Israel Ward 
John Ely 

Vacant E 

Eben. White Sand 
Nathan Buckley B 
Vacant B 

Greenwich Surges 

Isaac Lewis ?)<i>. 
Piatt Bufiett 
Plurality E 

Huntington David Ely 
Elisha Rexford 
Ambrose Todd E 

JSlew-Candan 

Justus Mitchell 
Plurality E 

J^eiv-Fcirficl'd 

Medad Rogers 

Newtown John Clark 



FAIRFIELD. 

Daniel Bvrhans E 

John Sherman B 

Solemon Glover U 
Nor walk Vacant > 

Whitlock E 

Redding Nath'l Bartlett 

Vacant E 

Ridgfield S. Goodrich 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Plurality E 

Sherman 

Maltby Gelston 
Stamford Dame] Smith 

Moses Mather n,i>* 

Amzi Lewis 

Vacant E 

Ebenezer Ferris B 
Stra'ford 

Stephen W. Stebbins 

Ashbael Baldwin E 

Vacant » 

Asahel Morse B 

Trumbnil Vacant 
Weston James Johnson 

John Noyes 

Plurality E 

Wilton Vacant 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



Wi n dham Vacant 

Vacant , 

John Palmer C 

Vacant . B 

Afford Enoch Pond 



W r illiam Storrs 
Vacant 
Vacant 
John R«;tLbun 



B 
B 



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Boorklyn J.Whitney d.d. | 
Daniel Fog E 

Columbia 

Thomas Brockway 

Canterbury Vacant 
Erastus Learaed 

Hampton 

Ludovicus Weld 
Abel Palmer B 

Killinghj Elisha Atkins 
Israel Day 
Gurdon Johnson 
Peter Rogers B 

Lebanon Zebulon- Ely 
William B. Ripley 
John Gurley 



Vacant 
Mansfield Vacant $ 

Moses C. Welch 
Plain field Joel Benedict 

jSTathaniel Cole B 
Pom fret Asa King 

Walter Lyon 
Sterlifig' Vacant 
Thompson Daniel Dowe 

Pierson Crosby B 
Voluntown Vacant 

Vacant 
Woodstock Eliph* Lymao 

W'.liiam Gr-a'es 

Alvin Ur,der vvood 

Amos Wells B 



county oy 
Litchfield 
Rev. Judah Champion \ 

Dan Huntington j 

Amos Chase 

Joseph E. Camp 

Vacant 

Truman Marsh E 

Vacant 

Vacant, B 

Bethlem A zel Backus 
Berkhemfistcd 

Ozias Eells 

Vacant Vacant 
Colebrook Chauncey Lee 

Rufus Babcock B 
'Canaan, Pitkin Cowles 

Charles Prentice, 

Vacant E 



LITCHFIELD. 

Cornwall Timo* Sto&s - 

— lis.-,: 
Goshen Asahel Hooke? 
Harwinton 

Joshua Williams, 

Vacant E 

Kent Jpel Board well 
JSiew-Milford Vacant 

Vacant , E 

Ncw-IIartfard 

Amasa Jerome, 
.Jftrfolk 

4mmi R. Robbins 
Fly mouthy 

Simeon Waterman 

Plurality E 

Roxbury 

Zephcniah Swift, 



■*2 



Plurality j E 

Vacant E 

Isaac Fuller B , 

Sharon Cotton M. Smith ! 

David L. Perry 
Salisbury 

Joseph W« Crosman 
Southbury 

Benjamin Wildtnan 

Vacant 
Torrington 

Alexander Gillet 

Samuel J. Mills 
Waskinppton 

Ebtnezer Porter 



Jeremiah Day 

Plurality 

Plurality E 

Warren Feter Starr 

Vacant B 

WarerfQwn 

Uriel Gridley 

Chauncey Prindle E 
V/oodbnry 

Noah Benedict 

Vacant : E 

Winchester Vacant 

James Beach 

— Tannage B I 



COUNTY 


©F 


Mid diet omni 




Rev. Enoch Huntington 


Vacant 


E 


Gershom Bulkley 




Vacant 




Thomas Minor 




Vacant 




Joseph Graves 
V. B.Moffit 


C 


B 


Chatham 




Cyprian Strong, d 


.D. 


David Sflden 




Joel West 




Smith Miles 


E 


Vacant 


B 


Durham David Smith 


Plurality 


E 



MIDDLESEX. 

Ea&t-Ra d&a m 
Klij ih Parsons 
William Lyman 
Joseph Vail 
Solo. Blackslee £ 
. rim, Dickinson B 

Haddam David D. Field 

Kiflingworih 

Achilles Mansfield 
Josiah B. Andrews 

$ay brook] 

" F. W. Kotchkiss 
Richard Ely "> 
Aaron Hov"ev$ 
Thomas Rich 

1 Samuel Mills 
Plurality E 

Gccrge Atwd B 



m 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



ntUaid 
Rev. N. Williams, D. D. 
Bolton George Colton 

Ebenezer Kellogg 
Covering Abiel Abbot 

Eph. T. Woodruff 

Royal Tyler 
Ellington 

Diodatc Brock way 
Hebron Amos Basset 

Nathau Gillet 



Vacant E 

Sower 8 Vacant 
Stafford 

John Willard, D. D. 

Isaac Foster 

Vacant 
Union Vacant 
Wiliington 

Hubbil Loomis 

David Liliibridge B 



The following is a list of unsettled Minister* and 
Candidates preaching with licenses from the dis- 
trict Associations^ and presented to the General 
Association. 

Rev. Thomas Robbins, Norfolk ; Rev. Ezekiel 
J. Chapman, Saybrook ; Rev. Israel Brainard, 
Guilford ; James W. Robbins, Norfolk ; Moses 
•Gillet, Ne »v -Hartford ; Thomas Puuderson, New- 
Haven ; Prince Hawes, Warren^ Eli Hyde, Frank- 
lin ; Duniel C. Banks, Fairfield ; John Niles, Daniel 
Crocker, New-Haven ; Rev. D'ivid Avery, Mans- 
field ; John Dorrance, Brooklyn ; Timothy Williams, 
Woodstock ; Rev. Thomas Williams, Pomfret ; A- 
biel Russell, Greenwich ; Rev. Timothy Field, Guil- 
ford ; John Judson, Ashford ; Rev. Simeon Backus, 
Guilford ; Andrew Rawson, Bra tth borough, Ver. ; 
Rev. Calvin Ingals, Stafford ; Levi Collins, Somers ; 
Andrew Elliott, Fairfield ; Hoaea Beckley, Berlin ; 
Rev. Aaron Kinne, Mark Mead, Greenwich ; Samu- 
el Whittlesey, Litchfield ; George Colton, Hartford ; 
Eliiah G. Welles, New-Hartford ; Henry Chapman, 
Tolland ; Kathaa Strong, jua. Hartford ; John 



Hough, Canterbury ; Richard Williams, Lebanon; 
Aaron Dunton, Waterbury ; Mills Day, Washing- 
ton ; Rev. Joshua Perry, Bristol ; Rev. Hercules 
Weston, Kent ; Jeremiah Osborne, Lenox ; Oliver 
Wetmere, Hartford ; Thomas Adams ; Luke Wood, 
Somers ; George Hall, East*Haddam ; Silas Higley, 
Simsbury ; Nathan Johnson, Southborough ; Roswell 
R. Swan, Stonington ; Rev. Allen Qlcott, East-Hart- 
ford ; Rev. Jabez Munsell ; Jonathan Bird, Berlin ; 
Rev. Aaron Cleaveland, Hartford. 



Officers of the Missionary Society of Connecticut* 

Hon. Messrs. John Treadwell, Oliver Ellsworth, 
Roger Newberry, Aaron Austin, Jonathan Brace, and 
Jehu Davenport, csq-rs. — Rev. Messrs. Cyprian 
Strong, D. D. Elijah Parsons, Samuel J. Milis", Na- 
than Perkins, D. D. Samuel Nott, and Calvin 
Chapin, Trustees. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esquire, Treasurer. 
Rev. Abel Flint, Auditor. 



COLLEGES &c. 

Yale College, New-Haven. 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. D. President. 
Henry Davis, Professor of Divinity, 
Jeremiah Day, Professor vf Mat hematic ks and JSat- 

ural Philosophy. 
Elizur Goodrich, Professor ef Law. 
Benjamin Shliman, Professor of Chemistry and Nat~ 

ural History. 
James L. Kingsley, Professor of Languages and 

Ecclesiastical History* 



FKLLOTfS. 

Rev. Enoch Huntington, I Rev. Levi Hart, d. b. 
Josiah Whitney ,d.d. | James Dana, d. d. 
David Ely, I John Marsh, 

K. Williams, d. d. | Noah Benedict, 
Hez. Ripley, D. d. I Nathan Strong, D. b. 
The Governour, Lieutenant-Governour, and six 

senior Council, together with the foregoing Fellow^ 

constitute the Corporation. 

TUTOUS. 

Noyes Darling I Sereno E. D wight 

John Hall Mills Day 

David A. Sherman 

James Hillhotise, Treasurer* Nathan Been, 
Steward. Elisha Ely, Butler. 

Commencement — 2d Wednesday of September. 

Vacations — From Commencement, six weeks ; 
from the second Wednesday in January ,three weeks ; 
and the Wednesday before the Leccnd Thuvsday in 
May, three weeks. 

CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF AR V FS 

AND SCIENCES. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, D.D. President. 

His Ex. Jon-athan Trumbull, Vice-President. 

Counsellors. 

Hon. John Tread well, 

Hon. Chaun. Goodrich, 



Eneas Munson m.d. 



Rev. Bela Hubbard d.d. 
Rev. James Dana,.n.D. 
John Cotton Smith, } 
Enoch Perkins, \ Corre^fwnding' Secretaries, 

David Daggett, esq'rs J 
Isaac Beers, esq. treasurer. 
Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Keeper of the Cabinet ', and 

Librarian. 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, d*d.") 
Hon. Elizur Goodrich, £ Com. of Publication* 

Isaac Mills, esq. 3 

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Stephen Twining, esq. Keefier of Records. 
Annual election of Officers, 4th Tuesday of Octo. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev* Abraham Jarvis, D.D. President. 

Rev, William Smith, D.D. Principal. 

— - Barber, Assistant. 



• CACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 
John Adams, a.m. Preceptor. 

Vacations* — From the first Wednesday of January 
tsvo weeks ; from the first Wednesday of May, twe 
weeks ; and from the first Wednesday of September 
three weeks. 

Anniversary —First Wednesday in September* 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE. 

Hon. Samuel Webber, President. 

Commencement — Last Wednesday in August. 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE. 

Rev." Asa Messer, President. 
Commencement — First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations — From the Commencement four weeks 
— From the first Wednesday in January, six weeks ; 
From the first Wednesday in May, three weeks. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, HANOVER,nh. 

Hon. John Wheelock, L.L.D. President. 
Commencement — Fourth Wednesday in August. 
Vacations — From Commencement, four and am 
half weeks ; from the first Monday in January, eight 
and an half weeks. 



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WILLIAMSTOWN COLLEGE, MASS. 

Hcv. Ebenezcr Fitch, D.D. President. 
Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations — From Gomitficncernent, irve Y>ccks.: 
from the third Wednesday in January, threes weeks ; 
from the first Wednesday" in Mayy three \yeeks. 



*M**aitim.'i ■-%■*.■*:■>** 



INCORPORATED CITIE 3. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Hen. Eliiuv Goodrich, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Henry Daggett, esq. j Simeon Baldwin, esq. 

Noah Webster, esq. j Chafles D$nis6ji, esq. 

E'i^ha. Murjson, esq. City Cltrk. 
Nathan Beers, esq. Treasurer. 
Josiah B. Morse*? G i, •- 
Elreha Frost, 'j Sheriffs. 
Common-Conned Mm. 
Messrs. Isaac Beers, James HLUhoiise, Joseph Dar- 
in; g, Hezekiah Hotchj&ss, Thaddeus Beecher, Ste- 
j j Ailing, James Merriman, Ebenezer Feci:, 
Ifcuii&l Kced, Obadiah Hotchkiss. 

(Annual meeting, the lirst Tuesday in Jane.) 

r NEW-LONDON- 

Jeremiah G. BrainaisI, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

WinthropSaltonstall, esq. j Simon Wolcott, esq. 

Guy Richards, esq. | George Colfax, csq\ 

Lyman Law, Clerk City Court. 

Samuel Belden, City Clerk. 

William Richards, 7 c ite 
John Bollcs, 5 Serins. 

Com?no?i-Cou7ia'l Men, 

Messrs. Jarcd Starr, Thaddcus Brooks, Chester 



S3 

Kimbal, John Way, Daniel Douglass, Frederick 
Miner. 

(Annual Meeting the second Monday in June.) 

HARTFORD. 

Thomas Seymour, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Jonathan Bull, esq. | Luther Savage, esq. 

John Dodd, esq. | Henry Seymour, esq. 

William Whitman, esq. Clerk. 
Ebenezer Morse, 7 c , a . ff 
Oliver Terry, '{Sheriffs. 
Common' Council Men* 
Messrs. Daniel Olcott^ Zebulon Seymour, Joseph 
Pratt, Samuel Kilboum, Nathaniel Patten, Elisha 
Babcock, Justin Lyman, John -Watson, Timothy 
Barnard, Elisha Shepard, Miller Fish, David 
■ Clreenleaf. 

(Annual meeting the last Monday in March.) 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Asher Miller, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Klijah Hubbard, esq. I Arthur Magill, esq. 
Chauncy Whittlesey, esq. | Wm. Plumbe, esq. 
jobh Fisk, esq. City Clerk, 
Stephen T. Hosmer, esq. Clerk City Court. 
Nathan Strong,") c . ;ff 
TiiomasHaliri ShenfFs - 
Common- Council Men. 
Messrs. Lamberton Cooper, Giles Meigs, Nehe* 
miah Hubbard, jun. Stephen Clay, Elihu Cotton, , 
Robert Rand, Samuel Frothingham. Samuel Cham- 
berlain, Alexander Collins, Eleazer Dunham, Vine : 
Starr. 
(Annual meeting the third Monday in January.) 



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NORWICH. 

Elisha Hyde, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Thomas Fanning, esq. | John Turner, esq. 

Simeon Thomas, esq. | Robert Manwaring:, esq. 

Ch's Lathrop, Clerk of City and of City Court. 

John Hyde, Treasurer. 

S^T m i^ Tra i Cy, l Sheriffs. 
Shubael Breed, 3 

Common-Council Men. 
Messrs. Thomas L. Thomas, Nathaniel Shipman, 
Uriah Tracy, Zebediah Hyde, John Fanning, Joseph 
W. Tracy." 

(Annual meeting the third Monday in April.) 

BANKS. 



Hartford Bank. 

John Caldwell, esq. President. 

Norm-and Knox, Cashier. 

Directors. 



Mess. John Caldwell 

Ephraim Root 

George Goodwin 

Ezekiel Williams, j'r 

Thomas Bull 
[Annual Meeting of the Stockholders, second Thurs- 
day in June.] 



William Moseley 
Nathaniel Terry 
Julius Deming 
Andrew Kingsbury 



Union Bank, Neiv-Lqndon. 

Jedidiah Huntington, esq. President* 

Robert Haiiam, Cashier. 



Directors, 
\Mcs*. Jed. Huntington 

George Hallam 

Jonathan Starr 

Janes Tilley 

Chaises Bulkeley 

Eluts Perkins 

Elijah Hubbard j'r 
[Animal Meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday in 
June.] 



BelaPeck 
• Daniel Lathrop 
Joseph Perkins 
Joseph Coit 
Samuel Woodbridge 
Nathaniel Matson 



A'e w-Ha fen Bank. 

Isaac Beers, esq. President. 

William Lyon, Cashier. 

Directors. 



Me^. Isaac Beers 

Joseph Drake 

Abraham Bishop 

"Frederick 1 : I unt 

John Nicholls 
[x\nniul Meeting of the Stockholders, first Thurs- 
day in June.] 



Abraham Bradley 
Elias Shipman 
Ebenezer Huggins 
Eneas Munspn j'r 



A"o/? ivich Ba nk. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. President. 
Hezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 

- Direct uts. 



Mess. Eben. Huntington 
Thoi t » as i an rang 
Joshua Huntington 
Roger Bulkeley 
Thomas Lathrop 
Benjamin Snow 
Simeon Breed 



John T lintor 
Joseph Carew 
Uriah Tracy 
Asa Fitch 
Jabez Huntington 
Jesse Brown j'r 



MwDLKroirN Bank. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. President, 

Timothy Southmayd, Cashier. 

Directors* 

Ebenezer Sage 
George Hallam 
Nathaniel Terry 
Elias Shipman 



Mess. Elijah Hubbard 
Ghaun. Whittlesey 
- Nehem. Hubbard j'r 
Samuel Watkinson 
Benjamin Williams - 



IFjisiTTKCfoN Bank, Wester ir, R.I. 

Thomas Noyes, esq. President. 

Thomas Ferry, Cashier. 

Directors. 



Mess. Thomas Noyes 
William Rhodes 
Joseph Potter 
Rowse Babcock 
Edward Willcox 
Thomas. Hoxsie 
Jeremiah Thurston 



Oliver Davis 
William Williams 
Coddington Billings 
Enoch Burrows 
Thomas Noyes j'r 
Walter White 
William Lord 



=3=3 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



Officers chosen October^ 1806. 

Jeremiah West, President. 

John R. Watrcus, Vice-President. 

William B. Hall, Treasurer. 

John Barker, Secretary. 

FELLOWS. 



Of Hurt foid 

Simeon Fit id 
Leonard Bacon 
John Bcstor 



H: vard Alden 

Co u n t y f , Ye n- -Hav en 
Abraham Tomlinson 
Joseph Foot 
TUoiavis GoodseU 



John Barker 
Eli Ives 

County of J\t eu'-London 
Simon Wolcott' 
Avery Downer 
John O. Miner 
Thomas Coit j'r • 
Samuel H. P. Lee 

County of Fairfield 
Joseph Trowbridge 
Bennett Perry 
William Shelton 
Benjamin Curtis 
William Beard 

County of Litchfield 
N athaniel Pe r ry 
Jesse Carrington 



Gideon Woodruff 
Benjimin Welch 
Frederick Plumb 

County of Windham 
Jonathan Hall 
Thomas Hubbard 
Thcmas Merse 
Darius Hutchins 
Joseph Palmer j'r 

County of Middlesex 
William B. Hall 
Smith Clark 
Levi Ward 

County of Tolland 
John S. Peters 
Ruggles Carpenter 
Nathan Howard , 



Committees for examining and licensing Students 
for Practice : — 

Leonard Bacon, John Bestor and Timothy Hall— 
Hartford County, 

Joseph Foot, Thomas Goodsell and Eli Ives — New- 
Haven County. 

Simon Wolcott, Thomas Coit, jun. and John O. 
Miner— New-Loiidon Countv. 

Gideon Shepherd, Joseph Trowbridge, and Bennet 
Perry — Fairfield County. 

Samuel Woodbridge, Nathaniel Perry, and Jesse 
Carrington — Litchfield County. 

Thomas Morse, Darius Hutchins, and Joseph Pal- 
mer, j'r— Windham County. 

Richard £ly, Levi Ward, and William B. Hall- 
Middlesex County* 

* Nathan Howard, Ruggles. Carpenter, 3U<J John S, 
Peters— Tolland County, 



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$3 

Society of Free-Mafons. 



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Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut, 

J. L. 5806—7. 

Most Worshipful Stephen T. Hosmer, Grand Master. 

Right Worshipful David Daggett, d.g.m. 

Worshipful Samuel Bellamy, s.g.w. 

Worshipful Samuel Whittlesey, j.g.w. 

Henry Champion, g.t. 

John Mix, g.s. 
David Baldwin, s.g.d. 
Taylor Sherman, j.g,d. 

— - ■ , G. Marshal. 

Right Rev. Abram Jarvis, d.d. Grand Chaplain. 

Officers of DEPurr Grand Chapter. 
Samuel Bellamy, g.h.p. 

John Mix, d. g.h.p. 
John R. Watrous, g.k. 
Francis French, g.s. 
Sheldon Graice, s. Henry Champion, g.T« 
Ambrose Todd, g.c. Elihu Sanford, g.m. 



Chapters of Royal Arch Mafom. 

Hiram Chapter, Newtown. 
Solomon Chapter, Derby. 
Washington Chapter, Middletown. 
Franklin Chapter, Norwich. 
Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchester. 
Franklin Chapter, New-Haven. 
Union Chapter, New-London. 



Mailers' Lodges in Connecticut. 

No. 1 Hiram, New-Haven [ 2 St. John's, Middletow: 



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B St. John's, Bridgeport 

4 St. 'John's, Hertford 

5 St- John's, Norwalk 

6 UhionJ Greenwich 

7 K.Solomon'?. W»~odburv 

8 St. John's, Stratford 

9 Compass, Walhngford 

10 Wooster, Colchester 

11 St. Paul's, Litchfield 

1 2 King Hiram, Derhv 

13 Montgomery, &alisbuiy 

14 Frederick, Farmis-gton 

15 Moroh, Cant.erb.ur/ 

16 Temple, Cheshire " 

17 Federal, Watertpwn 

18 Hiram, Newtown 
19Wasftiti^ton,P 
20 Harmed 



5 Columbia, Stepney 
26 Columbia, E. Haddara 
27Rising Sun, Washington 
•2SMor. Star, E. Windsor 

29 Village, W. Simsbury 

30 Day Spring;, Ham den 

31 Union, New-London 

32 Meridian Sun, Warren 

33 Friendship. Southing ton 

34 Somerset, Norwich 
25 Aurora, Harwinfon 

36 St. Marks, titonty- 

37 Western btar, Norfolk 

38 St. Albans. Guilford 

39 Ark, Weston 

40 Union, Danbury 
ftngtpnjii Federal, Brook field 

42 Harmony, Waterbury 



21 St. Peter's, N, Milord 1 43 Trinity, Kttlingwrcrth 

22 Hurt's, Woo Ibridge 144 E r Star, Leb. k Win. 

23 St. James', Preston 45 Pvthagorr.s, Lyme 
?4> Uriel, T' Hand > 146 Putnam, Pcmfret. 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

0- 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANT HAR?FQR&+ 

John Caldwell, President, 
Ezekiel Williams, Secretary. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANT NEJF~HAVEN< 

EUas Shipman, President, 
Austin Denison, Secretary. 



WNION INSURANCE COMPANT NEW-LONDON* 

Jared Starr, President, 
David Coit) Secretary. 



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M ARISE INSURANCE COM PANT NORWICH. 

Samuel Woedbridge, President, 
Shubael Breed/ Secretary. 



MA R JKB INS URA NCE CO MP A N T MIDD LETO WiT. 

Benjamin Williams, President, 
Enoch Parsons, Secretary. 



ATTORN iES 

Admitted at the Cincuir Counr^ in Connecticut, 



Hezekiah Huntington, 
John Allen, 
Joseph Backus, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Burr age Beach, 
Noah B. Benedict, 
Coddington Billings, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
William Bristol, 
David Burr, 
Judsoii Canfjeld, 
Jabez Clark, 
Wm. P. Cleaveland, 
Thomas Chester, 
Alexander Collins, 
David Daggett, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
John Davenport, jun. 
Ab'm V. H. De Witt, 
Theodore D wight, 
Thomas Day, 
Josiah Dudley, 
Daniel DuntxVr, 



esq. District Attorney. 
William Edmond, 
Jonathan W. Edwards, 
Henry W. Edwards, 
Sylvester Gilbert, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Elisor Goodrich, . 
James Gould, 
Roger Griswold, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Jacob B Gurley, 
Jeremiah Halsey, 
William S. Hart, 
James Hillhouse, 
Wiiaam Hillhouse, 
Uriel Holmes, 
Stephen Titus Hosmer, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Jirah Isham, 
Roswell J ad son, 
Lyman Law, 
James Lanman, 
John H. Lvnde, 
John M'CTellan, 
Walter Mitchell, 



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Isaac Mills, 

Stephen Mix Mitchell, jr. 
Jonathan O. Moseley, 
William Moseley, 
John Parish, 
Enoch Perkins, 
John T. Peters, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Ephraim Root, 
Philo Ruggles, 
Matthew T. Russell, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Aaron Smith, 
John C Smith. 



Nathan Smith,- 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Asa Spalding, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Benjamin Stiles, jun. 
Adonijah Strong, 
Seth P. Staples, 
Elisha Sterling, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
Dyer White, 
John Williams, 
William Williston, 
Samuel Woodruff, esq'rs. 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT, 



Ashtir Miller, esq. Middletown, Surveyor- General. 
■■ CQU.VTY SURVEYORS. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

William Olmsted, of East-Hartford. 

COUNTT OF NEW-HAVEN. 

Nathan Redfield, of Guilford. 

COUNTT OF NEW-LONDON. 

Moses Warren, of Lyme. 

COUNfr OF FAIRFIELD. 

Joseph Moss White, or Danbury. 

CQUNTr CF LITCHFIELD. 

EUzur Wright, of Canaan. 

countt of Tolland. 

George Gillet, of Hebron. 

LOUNrr OF WIN BH All. 

Lemuel IngalJs, of Pom f vet. 



9T 
Militia of Conncfiicut. 

His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Esqufre, 
Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

Hon. John The ad well, Esquire, Lieut. General. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Adjutant General. 

John Mix, esq. Quarter-Mas, er General. 

Col. Jabez Huntington, ") Aids dc Camp to the Com- 

CoL Daniel Wadsworth.^ mandtrin Chief. 

THE GOVERNQUR'S GUARDS. 
At Hartford. 
Horse. Henry Seymour, Commandant. 

Thomas Sanford, jua. First Lieutenant. 

David Greenleaf, Second Lieutenant. 

Samuel Ledlie, Cornet. 

Michael Olcott, Quarter-Master. 
Foot. Nathaniel Terry, Captain. 

Elias Morgan, First Lieutenant* 

James Goodwin, Second. Lieutenant. * 

Horace Wadsworth, Ensign. 

New -Haven. 
Jeremiah Atwater, 3d. Ca?jtair». 
Timothy Chitter-den, Lieutenant. 
Luther Bradky, Ensign. 



First Division. 

>f the First and Sevent 
Guswoid, esq. Major-C_. 
.Ward VVoodbiid^e,? <• , , „ 
Hezekiah Flagg/ 3 ArU ? z G ^ 7 



Consisting of the First and Seventh Brigade*; 
Sliuhacl Guswold, esq. Major-General/ 



I 



FIRST BRIGADE. 

John Philips, esq. Brigadier Genera!. 
Henry Watson, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
3 st Regiment. Timothy Burr, Lt. Col. Commd't. 
1'Jijah Terry 1st Major. Joseph Whiting 2d Major. 
Alien M; Mather, Adjutant. Asahel Nearing, 2d. 
Quartei -Master. Henry A. Rowland, Chaplain, 
jiwell Mor&any Surgeon. Elijah Taylor, Surgeon's 
i>late. 

JMatross Company. 
Henry Hal', Captain. William Chad wick, 1st Lieu- 
tenant. J. Phelps, 2d Lieutenant. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Win. Wads worthClirist'r Rinley Freem'n Crocker 

Vacant John C. Bull . Abel Peck 

Ter'.jah Barber Job Loomis. Isaac Chandler . 

George Beiden Levi Haycen j'r Herlihi Haskell 
Lemuel Hurlhut Jed. W.'Miils Vacant 

John. Griswold Noah Griswold Levi Griswold 
Stephen Brown jr Vacant Samuel Brown 

Luther Fkefl Asahel Nearing Fred'k Newbury 
Jantes E-ueiaw Jesse Lyman GeorgeCook 

l£th rest. Joseph Dver, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Noah A. Phelps, 1st Maj. Sam'l Clark, 2d Major. 
Eli Mather 1 , Adjutant. Samuel Stebbins, Chaplain. 
Wn'ter Robe, Quarter- Master. James Goodwin, 
Pay-Mascer. Horace Hilly er, Surgeon. 

Cafiudn^. Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

Jon.?,. Petti bbne jYMoses Case R. Humphreys 

(.). Petiibene. j'r John Benjamin EbcnY Holcomb 
Si nr 3 a s 1 H oski ns Cal vin Barbe r Elia s V i n i m 
Worthy Thrall Horace Phelps James Forward 

Vacant ' A. P. Humphreys Abraham Wilcox 
Jcdosi W Ticox Asa Higley Samuel Waters 

(George Case Dudley Mills Vacant 

Ilez. Holoomb j'r J. P. Holccrob John Vicrs 



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Aaron Post FordClemmor.ds Enoch Buttles 

Hez. Goodwin Erastus Pinney Jos. Goodwin j'r 

19th'REG.T. Charles Jencks, Lt. Col. Commandant, 
John Watson, jr. 1st Major. Ezra Brainard, 2d Maj. 
Lebeus P. Tinker, Adjutant. Andrew 'Yates, Chap- 
lain. George Barber, Quarter-Muster, \llen Hyde, 
Surgeon. Eleazer M'Cr.«, Surgeons-Mate, Stephen 
B. Goodwin, Pay-M aster. 

Matrass Company, 
\ John Kennedy, Captain. Joseph Pitkin, 1st Lieut. 
Nathan Pitkin 2d Lieutv Thomas Kiibourn, 3d Lieut* 

Captains. Lieutenants* . • Unsigns. . 

Daniel £ lay den jrWareham PortefErastus Strong 
Erastus BucklandDahiel Allen Nathan Cohoon 
John Spencer j'r- Vacant Martin Stanley- 

Theodore Park Ezekiel Osbon Wm. Dorrance 
Ephraim Isham Richard Skinner John ■ Talcott j'r 
Samuel Brewer Wait Hills John Abbe 

Joseph. Abbot Pr Nath'l Warner D.D. Wadswcrth 
Elisiia Olcott Alex'r M'Lean Amos Buckland 
Francis M'Lean John A . Hall Elliot Palmer 
Samuel Hall Nath'l Field James W.Skinr.cr 
John St^ugh ton Vacant Oliver Clark 

D. W. Griswold Silas Hills j'r Robert MKee j'r 



S2d rkgt. Eliakim Chapman, Lt. C 4 . Ccmmftnd't. 
Ti'hal Case, 1st Major. David Lawson, 2d Msjo. \ 

Seth Eaton, Adjutants Abiel Abbot, Chaplain, 
Eleazer Pomroy, iun. Quarter-Master. Samuel 
Griggs, Pay -Master. Gurdon Thomson, Surgeon. 
Daniel Peck, Surgeon 's-M ate. 

A/atrcxK Cu wpcvy* 
Ichahod Lothrop, Cap\ain. - Samuel Bradley, Lieut. 

Ca'itains. JLimiaiants. £iilijni9* 

Robert NeedhamJohn Johnson Samuel Strong 
Ezra Capman John Bliss Andrew Gages 



Elijah Nve 
Vacant 
David Gay 
Ezra Randen 
Alden Blodgett . 
Reuben Bradley 



Daniel Reed 
Timo. Newhall 
David Hunt 
S. Chapman j'r 
T. Carpenter 
William Eaton 



Cephas Dunham 
John Crawford 
Asa Patten 
Elijah Smith 
Joseph Smith 
Akner Dimick 



Slst RFfeT. Oliver L. Ph'elpfe, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Moses Allen, jr. 1st Maj. Thadd. Leavitt, 2d Maj. 
3 o&i ah Sheldon, jr. Adjutant. Nehemiah Pruden, 
Chaplain. Silas Newcomb, Quarter-Master. Wil- 
liam Mather, Pay -Master. Howard Alden, Surgeon. 
Joiin Wood, Surgeon's-Mate. 

Cafitai?i8. Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

Lot Killam Robert Morrison Ep'm P. Potter 

Vacant P. A. Burbank Eben'r Burbank 

Setli Phelps Sam 1 Hale j'r 

Solomon Allen Samuel Pease 
John Ford j'r William Cook 

Vacant Elam Pease 



Aroaziah Kibbe jrVashni Hale 
{ > liver Parsons Vacant 

Vacant Nath'l Bement 



Josiah Sheldon j'r 
Gaius Pease 
Stephen Sexton 
Joel Booth 
Silas Newcomb 
John Lewis 
John Granger 



Mi call GriiSn Eli Trumbull j'r Israel Phelps. 

JRir-it Rcgimmt of Cavalry* 
Amos Alden, iieut. col. commandant. 
Wit 1 ; vm TJhbinSojv, major. Thaddeus Morrou, 
hc!u;,% A .menzias Rayner, chaplain. Joshua Lath- 
am, du^rter -master. Henry Kingsbury, paymaster. 
Jol-Ti ll-jward, surgeon. Wilkes Hanchett, surgeon 's- 
mate. 

! st Company. j Vacant, 2d lieut. 

Joseph Coulton, Corset 



J)nvid Grant, captain 
fcolouion Ensign^ 1st lk*t. 






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%d Company. 
James Dibble, eaptain 
Austin Phelps, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Scott, 2d lieut. ' 
Erastus Bodwell, cornet 

3d Company. 

Vacant, captain 

Jona. Bartlett 1st lieut, 

James Harper 2d lieut, 

Benj. Pinney cornet. 



4-th Com/i any. 
Gad Page captain 
James Eaten IstiieuU 
Joseph Holt 2d lieut, 
Moses Dimick cornet 

5 th Company. 
Rufus G ranger captain 
Robert Goudy 1st lieuU 
Joseph Abbot 2d lieut. 
George IN oris cornet 



. SEVENTH BRIGADE. 

Solomon Cowles, esq. Brigadier General. 
Ebenezer S. Gleason, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

6th heg't. Levi Lusk, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
Simeon North, 1st Major. George Sellew, 2dM?jor. 

Martin Kellogg, jr. Adjutant. Joab Brace, Chap- 
lain. Eros Deming, Quar* :*r-mastor. Asa Sellew, 
Pay -master. Asaph Coleman, Surgeon. Charles 
Turtle, Surgeon's mate. Simeon Waterman, Ser- 
jeant Major. Russell C. Wells, Quarter-Master "Ser- 
jeant i 

Ca/itains. Lieutenants* Ensigns. 

Allen Smith John Lov eland Jacob Dix 

James Francis William Taleott Simeon Francis 
; Samuel Sellew James Scllew Asa Talcott 
Ralph Bulkeley E. Goodrich Btnj. Shaylor 
Robert Francis Jonathan Stodard James Wells j'r 
■DavidE.HuhbarclThomasHo!iisterE. Goodale j'r 
Henry H. W r ells Ezra Dayton Stephen Taylor 
Selah Beckley Oliver Wei ton David Woodruff 

15th Rkgt. tfaniel Tillotson, Lt. Col. Command'^ 

Theo. Pettibone, 1st Maj. Elijah Manross, 2d Mai. 

John P. Treadwell, adjutant. Jonathan Militr, 

I 2, 



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sliaplain. Gad Stanley, quarter-master. Samuel 
Bowles, pay-master. James Percival, surgeon. Ti- 
tus Merriman, surgeon's mate. 

Grenadier Company-. 
Joseph Dutton, captain. George Porter, lieutenant, 
.Selah Porter, ensign. 

Light Infantry. 
Giles Langdoa, captain. Martin Potter, lieuten f t. 
Harvey Smith, ensign. 

Mat r os 8. 
David Newell, captain. Lott Gaylord, lstlieut. I 
Joel Baldwin, 2d lieutenant. 

Cahfains Lieutenants JEnsigns 

Luther Seymour J. P. Tread well Asa North 

"Seth Cowles Stephen Cole Jabez Langdon j'f 

Justus Francis William Smith Ezek. Andruss 

Eli Lewis Richard Parker Philip Gaylord 

Nath'l J. Root Avery Clark Allen Clark : 

Obadiah Gilleit E. H^sfordjun. Samuel Alford 

Eli Cornwall John Beckwith Eldrad B. Jerome 

Israel Dorman Ralph HumphreyHun Andruss 

23d Regt. Stth Overton, lieut. col. commandant. 

ElishaCoe, 1st rnaj. Enoch Huntington, 2dmaj. 

Joel Hall, j'r, adjutant. Smith Miles, chaplain. 
Ephraim Webster, quarter-master. Titus S. Hos- 
mer, pay-master. William B. Hall, surgeon. John 
Richmond, surgeon's mate. .• , 

Light Infantry. 

1st Company. — William Russeil, captain. Samuel 
Bemont, lieutenant. Nathan Willcox, ensign. 

2d Comfianiu — Zebulon Pennfield, captain. Jerc* 
xny Taylor, lieut. Charles Churchill* ensign* 






Ca fit a ins 
Isaac Bacon 
Josiah Sage 
Stephen Blake 
Daniel White 
Joseph Dart 
Ichabod Miller 
JabezIlaiiSd 
George Shepard 
John Warner 



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Lieutenants 
A. Seymour 



Joel Hall j'r 
Gideon Arnold 
William Biviris 
Enos Brown 
Samuel Butler . 
Jed. Hubbard 



Ensigns 
Harvey Tredway 
Abijah Savage j'r 
Enoch Try on j'r 
William P.Pelton 
Asa Brainard 
Seth Birdscy 
Oliver Brainard 
John Ames 
Oliver Atkins 



24th Regt. Daniel Worthington, It. col. cornm'dt. 
Josiah Griffin, 1st maj. John Isham, 2d. 2d maj. 
Henry Worthington, adjutant. William Lyman 
chaplain. Elias W. Newton, quarter-master. James 
JEIy, pay -master. Noah B. Foot, surgeon. Joseph 
R. Andruss, surgeon's mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Richard Green Church Samuel Crowell 

Jonathan Gillett Joshua Bulkeley Reuben Blish 
Jonah Gates Sylv. Chapman Justin Day 

Asahel Otis Abel Hath bun Samuel Harris 

Nath'l Emmons Diodate Lord Hez. Loomis 
Gardiner Gallop Uriah Spencer David Otis 
Dadiel Jones A. Worthington Justin Ransom 

Seventh Regiment of Cavalry. 

Joseph Gilpin, lieu tenant-colonel commandant. 

William S. Judd, major. Martin Covvles, adjutant. 

Vacant, chaplain. Morris M 4 Nary, quarter- master. 

Vacant, pay-master. Henry Wadswcrth, surgeon* 

Vacant; surgeon's mate. 

1st Company. I George Bulkeley, cornet, 

David Deming, capta'n. | %d Company* 

Ethan A. WilVy, 1st It. j James Plumb, captain. 
Wm. Vvri^ht : icj do, 1 Josiah Johnson, IsU lieut» 



Jacob Willcox, 2d lieut. 
Elisha Kirby, cornet. 

3d Comfiurty. 
Solomon Fisk, captain. 
Moses Dutton, 1st lieut. 
Vacant, 2d lieut. 
Vacant, cornet. 

4rA Com/iany. 
Gad Cowles, Captaia . 
Martin Cowles, 1st lieut. 
T.H. Wads worth, 2d do. 



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Titus Bid?;ell, corrict. 

5tk Comfiany. 
Leonard Wells, captain. 
Samuel Gibson, 1st iicut. 
Abraham Crane, 2d do. 
Win. Goodrich, cornet. 

6th Com fumy, 
Jonathan Bowers, capt. 
Morris M^Nairy, 1st It. 
E, Goodrich, 2d do. - 
Joseph Buell, cornet. 



Second Division. 

Consisting: of the 2d and 4th Brigades, 
Joseph Walke r, esq . M aj or - G e n era! ♦ 

X Ahls-dc-Ca 



Eli Fowler, Brigadier General. 
Jedidiah Lathrop, Brigade Major and inspector. 

2d regt. Amos Bradley, lieut. col. commandant. 
John Hubbard, 1st maj. James Mcrriman, 2d major. 
Seth P. Staples, adjutant. James Dana,. chaplain. 
Jonathan Atwater, quarter-master. Abraham Brad- 
ley, Sd. pay-master. Eli Pires, surgeon. Bela 
Farnham, surgeon's- mate. 

Matross t Company. 
Hezekiah Howe, captain., 'Lock wood De Forest, lsl 

lieutenant. Elihu Daggett, 2d lieutenant. 

Ca'itains. IJcutcnunCs. Ensigns* 

Charles BcstwickJohn Scott j'r • /Jmcs Benedick 
Ransom Lines EUsha Hull Lewis Ailing 



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Cajitains Lieutenants Ensign* 

Nathan Andrew sLe wis Potter j'r Wm, Woodward 
! Jonah Merric Nathan Piatt Philemon Smith 
Isaac C. Stiles Nathan Macks Thomas Brocket 
Jacob Bassett Jesse Andrews Selah Thorp 
Enos Dickcrman Alle« DickermanSam'l B. Kingaby 
Jason Woodin Levi Godham Benj. Woodin 

7th regt. George Morgan, lieut. col. commandant. 

Joseph Hill, 1st maj. Timothy Crane, 2d major. 

Clark Not, adjutant. Frederick W. Hotchkiss, 
chaplain. Timothy Starkey, quarter-master. Geo. 
Pratt, pay-master. Samuel Caster, surgeon. Jamei 
Porter, surgeon's-mate. 

Cafitaim. Lieutenants. Ensigns! 

Elisha Sill Elias Jones Aug. Chalker 

Austin Olcott John A. Peck John Stanton 
Beament Clark Eli Denison Jabez Southworth 

Curtis Smith Daniel Brainard James Wackier 
Joel Canfield Giles Clark Joseph Shipman 

Samuel Hubbard Asher Clark Abr'm Hubbard 
Bela Clark Eben'r Clark Obadiah Pratt 

John Brainard Ste. Dickinson Oba. Dickinson 
Jed. Post Timothy Spencer James Lay 2d 

Dan Lane David Griswold I. Parmele 

10th R2GT. Seth Seward, lieut. col. commandant. 
Eliakim Hall, 1st maj. Jesse Ford, 2d major. 
John Butler, adjutant. James Noyes, chaplain. 
Rayner Butler, quarter-master. Andrew Hall, pay- 
master. John Andrews, surgeon. Lyman Norton, 
surgeon's-mate. 

Light Infantry, 
1st com. Lewis Peck, captain. Asa Dooljttle, lieu- 
tenant. Thomas Curtis, ensign.— 2d coin. Ira Mans- 



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field, captain. , Augustus Rogers, lieutenant. Mun- 
son Cook, ensign, 

CafitainSy Lieutenants, Mn&igfts. 

David. M«- Cook Wm. Marks - Ira Andrews 
Richard RobiosonDennis Camp Josinh Jewet 
Amasa.Doolittte Amos Hall R.W. Rogers 

John Hart E. Nettleton. David Cone 

Eli Barnes Solomon R. Hall Edvv. Johnson 

Medad San ford Hez. Beecher 



27th regt. Beni. W. Wilcox, It. col. commandant, 
Reuben Page, 1st maj. Samuel Fowler, 2d major* 
Vacant, adjutant. Matthew Noyes, chaplain. 
Vacant, quarter-master. Ralph Linsl-ey, pay-master. 
Jared Readfieldj suvgeon. David Marvin, surgeon's- 
mate. ' 3 

Light Jn fan'ry. 
Silas Benton, captain. Jeremy Hoadly, lieutenant. 
Ozias Whedon, ensign. 

Cafitains. . Lieutenants* Ensigns, 

Thomas Burgess John Hart Wm. Starr 

Samuel Beach R. Russel Malichi Linsley 

Timothy JohnsonSamuel Bradley Ambross Hoadley* 
Phinehas Meigs Jonathan Lee John F. Meigs 
Eliad Rose Beverly Munroe Pitman Whedon 

t Abel Rosseter Benj. Baldwin D. Chittenden 
Wm. Douglass John Maltby David Page 
Benj. Field Josiah Munger Abner Bishop 



32d regt. Benjamin Bull, lieut. col. commandant. 
John D n is, 1st major. Samuel Highy, 2cl major. 

Barnabas Woodcock, . adjutant. Bazaleel Pinnis, 
Chaplain. Samuel Duranil, quarter-master. East- 
man Miner, pay-master. Thomas Goodsell, surgeon. 
John Carrington, surgecn's-mate. 



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Grenadier Companies. 

l.st Co?n, Samuel Peck, captain. William Fenn, 

(eutcnant. Joseph Piatt, ensign. — 2d Com. Arnasa 

futile, captain. Silas Bradley, lieutenant. Truman 



^gerry, ensign. 

Cap tains. 
5. A. Treat 
Abijah Bradley 
sam'l B* Gunn 
Bid id Bradley 
A. Buckingham 



Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Barn. Woodcock Joel Woodruff 



Robert Gates 
Oliver Clark 
Isaac Be*ch 
Lemuel Bradlev 



Ch,ir.:cey Tuttle ChiHion Sperry 
Isaac Bassett Josiah Nettleton 
Ira Smith Vacant 



Second Regiment of Cavalry. 
Stephen Maltby, lieut. col. commandant. 
Risltatd Treat, major. William WiUard,- adju- 
tant. Samuel Merwin, chaplain* Joseph Water - 
ttouse, qu irter-master. George Williams, pay -mas- 
ter. Joseph Foot, Surgeon. 



Sliph. Hotchkiss 
John Benjamin 
Nath'i Baldwin 
Philo Beccher 
Wra. Johnson 
Josiah Smith 
Erasmus Sperry 



Ut. tympany* 
Dan Linsley captain 
R&thaii jVmson 1st lieut. 
Thomas Beach 2d lieut. 
J una. Rose cornet 

"2d Comfumy. 
Jedidiah Harris captain 
Samuel W. Ball 1st It. 
Joel Kejsev 2d lieut. 
Simon Smith cornet 



3d Company. 
Jared Cook captain 
Chauncey Hall 1st lieut. 
Billeous Cook 2d lieut. 
Vacant cornet 

4t/i Company* 
Asa Piatt captain 
Jonah Treat 1st lieut. 
Vacant 2d lieut. 
Oliver Clark cornet 



FO UR TH BRIG 4D E. 

Burr Gilbert, esq. Brigadier General. 

Enoch loote, Brigade Major aud Inspector 

&HRegt. Asahel Salmon, It. col. commandant. 
Albert Lockwood, first ma. V/m. Gregory, 2d maj\ 



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Agron Reed, adjutant, Horace Holly, chaplair 
Samuel Hawley, quartermaster. Isaac Marsh, pay! 
master. Thomas Peck, surgeon. BennetN. John 
son, surgeoa's-mate. Curtiss B. Merwin, Serjeant 
major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. : JLmigns. 

James Kn'app 
Sturges Thorp 

Seymour Taylor Eliph. Stratton Samel Thorp 
John Staples Moses Jennings Joseph Banks 
Joseph Darling Comfort 'Starr Ezra Mallory 
Joseph Rowland Burr Rowland Henry Scribner 
Levi Wheeler Hull Fenton Peter Bradley 

Eli Lyon Isaac Beach John Meeker 

Isaac Bennett Miner Jackson David Wheeler 
James Johnson i Guidon BartramEzra Gilbert 



9th Regt. Hanford HoyU lieut. col. commandant. 
Samuel Dean, 1st major, Jotham Willson, 2d major 
Simeon H. Minor, adjutant. Daniel Smith, chap 
lain. Ephraim Mead, pay -master. Samuel Webt 
surgeon, John A} re, surgeon's-mate. Luke Busk 
quarte r*master* 

Lieutenants Ensigns 

Aug. Lockwood 
Gideon Holmes 
Robert ScholhcldSmith Mead 
Joshua Ferris Mesenger Palm© 
Nath'l Mills WHIiam King 

-Hobby 

Sam. grandage M. Wilson 



Captains 
Jos. Lockwood 
Eben'r Mead 
Benjamin Paine 
Jonathan Jessup 
T. Lounsbary 
Squire Hobby 
Daniel Lewis 
Amos Mead 
Nehem. Mead 
J. Lounsbury 



.David Brandage Nat. Ingersoll 
Wm. Mosure 

Elijah Mead John Curtiss 



28th Regt. Matthias Nicoll, lieut. col. comm'dtJ 

Ef J. Wik-A.x^on, lstnr j. James Beavdslee, 2d ma: 

Abraham C. Lewis, adjutant. Asahel Baidwir 



yhaplain* 



10* 
John Wells, quarter-master. 



Hi char dP* 



tficholls, pay -master. Nathan Tisclale, surgeon* 
Matross Comfiantj. 
Aaron Hawley, captain. Edward Burroughs, 
ieut. Isaac Burroughs, 2d lieutenant. 
Grenadier Comjiax). 
Elijah Sterling, captain. Eli Plumb, lieutenaut 
Captains * JLieuienants Ensigns 

William Walkerlra Curtiss Daniel Cuutiis 

,Vm. De Forest Daniel Burritt 
J hilo Lewis N.L.Wheeler 

3. B. Wheeler Elijah Sterling 
G. L. Sherman 
D. B. Hubbill 



1st 



\b(A French 
IVbel Hawley 



E. Sherwood 
A. C. Lewis 
Eli Plumb 
Samuel IVJ : Eun€ 
John Nickolls 



14th Regt. Buckingham Lockwood, It. col. com. 

Stephen B. St. John, adjutant. 

[Ao returns of Company OJ/lcers.'} 



Fourth Regiment of Cavalry. 
Curtiss Tomlinsoh, lieut. col comraandamt. 
Abel Hall, major. Benjamin Hall, adjutant- Josh- 
ua Green, pay -master. Gideon Tomlinson, serjeant- 
major. Abel Babbett, quarter-master. Ambrose 
Todd> chaplain. Wrn. Shelton, surgeon. Charles 
Shelton, surgeon 's-mate. Ebenezer Beardslee, quaiv 
ter-master serjeant. 



1st Company, 
Samuel Garlick, capt. 
Elijah Hawley, 1st lieut. 
James B.Edwards, 2d do. 
Hezeklah Curtiss, cornet. 

2d Company, 
Ebenezer Crofut, captain. 
Daniel Turrell, 'ist lieut. 
Justus Price, 2d do. 
M* F. Gregory, cornet. 



c.d Company, 
itoyt Banks, aaptain. 
Joseph Adams, 1st lieut. 
Ezra Bennett, 2d do. 
Turney Gilbert, cornet. 

%$h Company. 
Isaac Quintard, captain. 
Stephen Waring, 1st lieut* 
Daniel Lockwood, 2d do* 
Amos Hastedc corn&t* 



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Third Division. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5i\\ Brigades. 
Z-tchariah Huntington, esq. Major-General, 
Jirah Isham, ? .. , , rt 

Charles P. Huntington, $ Alds de Can &* 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

William Williams, esq. Brigadier General. 
Joshua Downer, Brigade Major and Inspector. 



ocl "Regt. Mulford Raymond, lieut, col. comirTdfe 
Simeon Smith, 1st major. John P. Trott, 2d major, 

John H. Frink, adjutant. Abishai Alden, chap- 
lain. Jonathan Starr, jun. quarter-master. Henrj 
Perkins, pay-masteF. James Lee, surgeon. Antho 
Thatcher, surgeon's mate. 

Independent Comfiany, 

Peter Beebe, captain.' Nathan Bingham, lieuten 
ant. Stephen Holt, jun. ensign. 
Light Infantry. 

Christopher Dolbear, captain. John Forsyth, lieut 
Samuel Thompson, ensign. 

CafUai;is Lieutenants Ensigns 

Andrew P. Lord John S. Avery Nicoll Fosdick j*i 
Joshua Avery Geo. Culver Ehsha Starr 
Wm. Vallett Joshua Raymond Eben'r Cook 
Stephen PreirticeJason Darrow Reuben Moore 
Rob. Douglass' J.A. Latimore Vacant 
Wm. Moots 4th William Keeney James Moore 
Daniel Smith Peter Corns cock Eben'r Smith 2d 
John B. Holmes Vacant Vacant 

8th Rkgt. David Avery, lieut. col. commandant*, 
Wm. Coggswell, 1st maj. Ich. Stoddard, 2d majorj 
John Morgan, jun. adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, chap 
Jain. Daniel Morgan, 3d, quarter-master. Thomaf 
Avery, pay-master. John Q. Miner, surgeon. Bisfci, 
©p Tyler, surgeon's mate, 



Ill 

Captains Lieutenants .Rnngns 

lobcrt S. Avery Amos Avery Shubael Peck 
eter Avery J. Wood man see Nich.S. Lester 
)udley Bailey Elisha Avery Lathrop Allen 
ohn B. Tyler A. Stewart j'r Daniel M. Lester 
Vm. Belcher % James Coit D. Morgan 3d 

.lisha Haley Daniel Packer j'rZeb. Gates 
• L.Morgan Philip Gray Eneas Morgan 

>enison Palmer John Morgan j'r David Frink 
ohn Spicer Amos Geer j'r Samuel Wood 

Oth Regt. Samuel Tyler, lieut. col. commandant;. 

Vacant, 1st major. Nathaniel Rowland, 2d muj. 

James Gordon, adjutant. Joseph Strong, chaplain. 

«seph Wiriams, quarter-master. Vacant, pa)«rnas- 

r. Jedidiah Burnham, surgeon. Vacant, surgeon's 
iate. *r- 

Matross Company* 

Gerard Carpenter, captain. James Gordon, 1st 
eutenant. James F. Brown, 2d lieutenant. 
Grenadier Company. 

William Lester, captain, Stephen B. Allen, lieut* 
'harles French, ensign. 

JLight Infantry* 

Ehenezer Backus, captain. ~ Vacant, lieutenant* 
Augustus Lathrop, ensign. 

Captains Lieutenants Mnsigna 

Vacant Martin Ecigerton Vacant , 

R. Packard Gurddn Tracy Joshua Tracy 
freeman Tracy Joseph Bishop Jere. Philips 
ilisha Brewster Rich'd Stroud Benjamin Oiia 
STeh. Waterman Eben'r Hough Elijah Aixl 
onathanPeck Milton Hyde Levi Armstrong 
telph Bolles L. Ecigerton Joseph Willian* 
* Farnham - David F. Cutler John Peel: 



30th Regt. Isaac Williams, 2d, lieut. col. comnVdt* 
j John Baldwin, lstmaj. Wm. Randall, 2d maj. 
Joseph Noyes, jun. adjutant, Roswell R. Swan, 



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chaplain. Jonathan Phelps, quartermaster. Cyrus 
Williams, pay-m aster. William Lord, surgeon* 
John Billings, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Avery Noyes Noyes States J. Chesebrough 
Thomas BaldwinBenjamin HewittE. Yarrington 
Vacant Ichabod Brown Jared Willcox 

Nathan Wheelerl. Williams 2d Lathrop Williams 
Richard Wheeler Avery HempstedRandall Brown 
Nath. Pendleton Thomas Holmes Martin Babcock 
Jeptha Brown Daniel Miner Shepard Wheelet i 
Luke Palmer S. Brewster Joseph Smith j'j? 



33d Re g t . Seth Ely, jun . lieut. col. commandant. 
Willi vn Sterling, 1st maj. Asa Com stock, 2d maj. , 
ErastusSelden, adjutant. Lathrop Rockwell, chap- 
lain. William H. Johnson* quarter-master. Israel 
Matson, pay-master. Baruch Beckwith, surgeon.—- 
Elijah Butts, surgeon 's-mate. 

Matross Company. 
Marsh Ely, captain. Richard H. Ety> 1st lieut'nt. 
William H.Johnson, 2cl lieutenant. 
Light Infantry. 
Thomas Sill, captain. Erastus Sterling, lieut'nU 
Stephen Sterling, ensign. *1 

Cki/irai/is . Lieutenants Ensigns 

JDiodateG-riswold Vacant Charles Smith 

John M. Lee Elkana. Huntley J. Manwaring 
Joseph E. Ely Peter Lord A. Beckwith 

Vacant Eben. Brockway Bela Comstock 

Ed v/ardLaiimoreEdward Moore Mather Rogers 
R. ITurgerford C Beckwith . Samuel Ackley 

Third Regiment of Cavalry. 

Thomas W r heeler, 2d- lieut. col. comm'dt. 

Chester S'nidi, major. Hosea Wheeler, jun. ad-' 

iocant. Christopher Avefy, chaplain. Rob. Whee-j 

"ier, quarter-master. Amos Hull, pay-master. Va< 

4 ant, svir|eGn %i\& surgeon's*mate. 






1st Cofafuthyk 
Jehiel Johnson, captain. 
William Crocker, 1st It, 
Cyrus Punclcrson 2d do. 
Samuel Gager, cornet. 

2d CGmjiaivj, 
Oliver Spicer, captain. 
Russell Williams, 1st It. 
Joseph Tyler, 2d do. 
Joseph Alien, cornet* 



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Zd CoT'?f:avy. t 
Shubael Smith, captaiit* 
Jarcd Baker, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Davis, 2d do. 
John Leach, corr.et. 

4-'h C civ fumy. 
Darici Grant,, Captain. 
Hosea Wheeler ja\ tit.tt- 
Etisfia William* . 
Ezra Huntley, cpVaei. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

James Danielspn, esq- Brigadier General. 
Zephaniah Ripley, Brigade Major, 



5th, 



"namVt. 



l.-t 



rkg't. Benjamin Hanks, lieut* col. ce 
onn Salter j 1st major, (loyal iitorrs, 2d tria 
^JSalmoH Storrs, adjutant*. Moses C. Welch, chap! 
Roger Southworth , quarter -master. Roderick R 
pay-master. Andrew Huntington, surgeon. I 
Swift, surgeon's mate. 

Ma trass Cot-- fid n \ > . 
Jerome Brown, captain. Garden Iftunlinglcrjj 
lieut. Ebenezer Huntington, 2d lieut. 
GrevadJrr Cbptfiariy. 
Edmond Badger, captain. John Brown, lieutenant. 
Asahel Hammond, ensign. 

light Infhitirif Ccmfiany. 
' Nathaniel Dunham, cftptaiiv; Frederick French, 
lieutenant. Nathaniel At wood, ensign. 

Captains. Licutcntnits. ' Fnsigv*. 

David XV. Young David Brew«ter Andrew ri 
Luther Burrows Rosweft Eaton Qeorgfe Swift 
Abner Robinson Eliphalet Wood Ephr aim Palmer 
Ja-jon Woodward Samuel Sumner Ebenezer Bytes 

Philip Pearl' jun. 
Roger Gnrlcy Joseph Dunham Roderick Rose- 
Leonard Dean Amos Chaffe Peter S. Miner 
Stephen ladrecTgcghneen Brocks Alvin Kimbs* 
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J 1th reg't. Kohart Torrey, lieut. col. commarid't. 

David Holmes, 1st maj. San ford Holmes, 2d inaj, 
Amos Paine, adjutant. William Graves, chaplain. . 
John Mason, quarter-master. Daniel Arnold, pay- 
master. Robert Grosvenor, surgeon. Darius Hutch-* 
his, surgeon's mate. 

Matrass. - 

Resolved Wheaton, captain. Eleazer Williams* 
1st lieut, Noah Sabin, 2d lieut. 
Grenadiers. 

Luther "Baldwin, captain. Joseph Kingsbury, lieut. 
Augustus Glcason, ensign. 

Light Infantry. 

Luther Bates, captain. Alpheus Gay, lieutenant. . 
Jcel Taylor, ensign. 

^Cafitains. Lieutenants. Rn signs. 

Arch. White Wiljard HubbardAlfred Holmes 
David Frissel Jonathan Lyon Hartwell Holmes < 
Joseph Buck Nathan Fuller John Kelly 
Benjamin GilbertBenjamin Pierce J. Scarborough 
Aaron Warren David Chase Pearly Day 
Aaron Child Jonathan May _ A. Chamberlain 
Resolved Sah-in Theodore D wight Jona. Nichols, jr. . 
Samuel Allen William Osgood Abijah Griggs 
JosepS Dike Tyler Bates Darius Starr 

John Chandler Thomas Corbin Ezra Dean 

12th reg't. James Mason, lieut. col. commandant. 

Elisha Buel, 1st major. ZabdielHyde, 2d major. 

Eliphalet Huntington, adjutant. Erastus Fuller, 
quarter-master. James Mason, jun. pay-master. ? 
Amos Bassett, chaplain. John S» Peters,' surgeon* 
Erastus Osgood, surgeon's mate. 

Maircss Company. 

Dan Root, captain. Bela Bascom, 1st lieutenant. 

Root, 2d lieutenant. 

Cafitains. J Lieutenants. Ensigns* 

N. Wadsworth Amos Leach Tho's Bnbcock 
John Hey wood Asahsl KJogsley Oliver Kingsley 



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Hess. Bisf>ell Adonijah Bissel Benjamin Bissel 

Seth Collins Benj. Woodworth Amherst Scovil 

John Thom?9 Erasttis Wattles William Randal 
Cor. Shepard Asahel Phelps John Curtiss 
Silas Jones Elias Spratme ji\Othn>.l Clarke 

Shipman Wells Samuel Peters Augustus Post 
Judah Porter Amos Gillett Richard Crouch 
Sylvanus Ilavnes Cyrus W T illiams Eiias Spafford 

'1st heg't. Jedidiah Johnson, lieut. col. commands. 

Loring Robbins, 1st maj. Daniel Wheeler, 2dmaj. 
Sessions Lester, adjutant. Erastus Learned, chap- 
lain. Samuel dlutchins, quarter-master. Rufus A- 
dams, pay-master. Rufus Johnson, surgeon* 
John Gordon, surgeon's mate. 

Cap. tains. Lieutenants, Ensigns* 

Joshua Adams George Rennet Eben'r Falkner 
Jabez Safford Joseph Syms Nathan Fish 
Geo. W. GordonLem'l WoodwardHenry Bradford 
A sah el Her rick John Bald win 
Eli sha Tucker Isaac Gallup Joseph Gallup. • 
John Dunlap A. Stranahan Joseph Lester 
Joel Winchester ——Butts 

Russel Vaugn Azel Cole Henry Dorrancc 

Jonathan HilliardStory Kenney Miner Robins 
Isaac Day ■ Wm. In graham Benj. Pettit 
Ebene&er WitterDenison Cady Dan'l Cogswell 

[The Fifth Regiment of Cavalry was not returned-"] 

Fourth Division, 
Consisting of the 6th and 8th Brigades. 
Uriah Tracy, esq. Major-General. 
Frederick Woleott, 7 .«, , ^ . 
- James Gould, ' $ •*<** <** Camfi. 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Augustine Taylor, Brigadier General. , 
Elisha Sterling, Brigade Major and Inspector. 



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14tli &EGT. Jere. W. Phelps,Iieut. ccl.ccmmar.dant. 
Elisha Sterling, 1st maj. Nath" Stevens, 2d major. 
Augustus Pe ttibop e , acl j u ta n t . A m m i R . Robh i a s, 
chaplain, ^Nathaniel Rabbins, quarter-master. Ez- 
ekiel Wilcox, jr % quarter-ma* ter sergeant. Bcftja«| 
min Welch, surgeon. Abiram Peet. surgeon 's-matev 
Earl Pease, pay -master. 

Captains, UciUcxavts. 3£ilsigns* 

Edmund BunniEgJ. A. Dicheii John Fellows 
Jesse Smith Ezra Crane John Bissel 

John Wbaa Beth Rockwell Miles Toby 

Levi Baraam Aiex'r Lamb William rab¥gs« 
jere. Hbrsford Jet ehmah Beklen Luther Becklv 
Stephen Reed Ashba'el Eahcloii. -Parle v Hubbard 
Setii Wilcox Aaron Case N^thl Miner 

Ros- Humphrey Enshnal Knap Augustus. Hielps 
Elisha Yale " David Taylor Phife. Prindle* 
Henry Yandozen Henry Gains Isaac Green 

17th Ri'ZGT. Nath'l Goodwin, lieut, col. com mar. 6! 't. . 
James Marsh, 1st maj.' Cyprian Webster, 2d major. 
Russel C. Abefiietny, adjutant. Judah Champion, 
chaplain. Jabez M'Call, quarter-master. Thomas 
Trowbridge, pay-master. *Abel Catlin, surgeon. Ja- 
red Munson, surgeon's-mate. 

CajitaiivL Lieutenants. Jtnti^ns. 

T. Trowbj idge Jabez M'Call 
Phi. Westover Hosman Stone Enos Stoclert 
Mican Goodwin Charles Baldwin Miles Norton 
Wm. Rogers Ros. Hinsdale Horace Catlin 
Benjamin Phelps Levi ivlunsel R. C. Abernethy 
Miclian Griswold Erastus Go6dwinAmos Benton 
Levi Frisbie Norman Barber 

Wm. Battle j'r Se'tji Tread way Jere. Spencer jj 
Gurdon Grannis Joel Potter Tho's T. Gross 

Horace Catiin 

25th rf.Gt. Earl Thorp, lieut. col. commandant. 
Eli WiUer, 1st major, Lloyd Andrews, 2d major* 



t, jfeissil Hlnsdle, adjutant. Chauncey Lee, chaplain. 
IJames T. Thorp, quarter-master. Montgomery 

(Austin, pay -master. Thomas C. Brinsmade, surgeon. 
Vacant, Surgeon's-mate. 

Cafitains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Enos North Abiel Loomis Daniel Eno 

Martin Driggs Michael Kellogg Jasper Bidwell 
Thomas Watson Timothy Pitkin J. Goodwin 
Jabin Clark Aaron Coe Reuben Bernon 

Leonard Hurlbut Daniel Phelps Wm. Bunnel 
ZopherCase Aaron Hart Sam'l Richardsoa 

Nath'l Spencer Nath'l Hayden Ridout Moore 
Darius Miner Timothy BabcockJoseph Taintor 
Bela Case Oliver White Caleb Munson 

Joseph Moore Daniel Wilcox Levi Hart 



35th rest. Samuel Canfield, lieut. coL command't. 
Birdsey Norton, 1st maj. John Dickerson, 2d major. 

Walter Clark, adjutant. Vacant, chaplain. Da- 
vid Wadhams, quarter-master. Joel J. Pettit, pay- 
master. Samuel R. Gager, surgeon, Vacant, sur- 
geon 's-mate. 

Cafitains. Lieutenants. - Mnsigns. 

A don. Griswold George King j'r Benj. Lyndes 
Moses Lyman j'r David Wadhams Jesse Wadhamft 
John Boland * Tho's Woodruff Vacant 
Samuel Pratt S. Williams J. W. Pierce 

Hez. Gould Jonathan Reed Luther Harrison 

Sam'l E. Everet David Abel Asa ShiefF 

Jona. Pierce Wm. Dean Nathan Lamson 

Vacant Mark Hopkins Dud. Humphrey 

D.Gould j'r Luther Jackson Vacant 
Reuben North Cephas Ives Zimri Hills 

Sixth Regiment of Cavalry. 
David Thompson, lieut. coL commmandant. 
Russel Hunt, major. Samuel Phillips, adjutant. 
A sah el Hooker, chaplain. John Griswold, quarter- 
master. J. A» Phillips, pay-master* B. Sherwood 



IAS 

sergeant-major* Samuel Chapin, quarter-m aster > 

sergeant. Vacant, surgeon. Vacant, surgeon 's-mate#: 



1st Comfuiny^ 
Abraham Burt captain 
Samuel Foot 1st lieut. 
Seth Feot 2d. lieut, 
Samuel Hyde cornet 
2d Company* 
Thadd. Griswold captain 

Vacanx 1st lieut. 
Samuel Phillips 2d lieut. 
John Gillet j'r cornet 



Sd Comjiany. 
John Merrill captain 
Eli Candy 1st lieut. 

2d lieut, 
Isaac Merrill cornet 
4dh Company. 
Samuel Carter captain 
Samuel Bradley 1st lieut. 

2d lieut. 
F. F. Frisby cornet 



'EIGHTH. BRIGADE, 
Ephrairn Hinman, er-q. Brigadier-General* 
Garrit Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

13th hegt. William Mcsely, lieut. col. command'f ' 
Abr'm Bronson, 1st maj. . Truman Hinman, 2d maj. 

Nath'l Lansom, adjutant. Noah Benedict, chap- 
lain. Roswell Egleston, q\jai ter-master. Garrit 
Bacon, pay -master, Anthony Eurrit, surgeon. Ya- . 
cant ? surgeon 'sr-ni-ite . 

light In/an try, 

1st Com, Vacant, captain. - Judson Hurd, lieut. 
David Downs, ensign.- — 2d Corn* Daniel flurlbut* 
captain. Seth Bacon, lieutenant Abijah S- Hatch, 
ensign. — 3d Com. David M ( Euem captain. Nathan 
Wooster, lieutenant. Jared Eeardslee, ensign. 

Cat'tains. Lieutenants. Ensigns* 

Jesse Miner E- Shiirman j'r Truman Tuttl© 

John Moseley Tru. Wheeler Eli Kail 
David Bird Nathan Purton j'rRos. Eclgerton 

Enos Warner David Weller Renj. Rumsey 
John P- Edmund Wrm French j'r Reuben Ward 
Eph. Doolittle P.* Crane Wm. Kasson 

1.6th rEgt- R u ssel White, lieut. col. commandant. 
Eph'm M. White, 1st maj. Thno. Shepherd, 2d m?J« 



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Zachariah Joyce, adjutant. Daniel B\*rhans, chap- 
lain- Thomas Botsford, quarter-master, Daniel 
Ilawley, pay-master. Benjamin Curtiss, jr. surgeon. 
[Vacant, surgeon's mate. 

Matross Com/iany. 

Epaphras W- Bull, capt. Gregory Stephens) 
1st lieutenant. Eliad Ambler, 2d lieuienant. 
Light Infantry > 

Gould St John, captain. Arnold Foot, lieutenant. 
John Hull, ensign* 

Caftt ai7i8 • Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Zach, Griswold Horace Bull David Wood 

Tames Nichols Henry Glover L Tomlinson 
Fohn D- Nichols Eli Starr Vacant 

B. Fairman T- B. Botsford David C Peck. v 
F. Beardslee Wm- Wake-man Vacant 
IVm. Dann Win. Howe James De Forrest 

\sa Hoyt Noah Barnum Abel Hoyt 

[saac Mirwin Ashbel Dunning Vacant 

Vacant Ros. Sherwood D. S. Blackman 

26th regt. Eleazer Judd, lieut. col. commandant. 
Preserve Carter, 1st maj. M call Blackslee, 2d maj. 

Timothy Richai-ds, adjutant- Israel B. vVoodward, 
bhapiain. Hector Smith, quarter-master. Ebene- 
ter French, pay-master. John Potter, surgeon. Ed- 
ward Field, surgeon 's-mate. 

Light Infantry* 

1st Com- Joseph Leavenworth, captain. Lemuel 
Porter, lieut. Thomas Welton, ensign. 2d Com* 
Paniel Mills, captain. Hezekiah Brown, lieutenant. 
Titus Seymour, ensign. 

Ca/Uains. Lieutenants. M?i$igns* 

Moses Hall Her. Bronson Eben'r Fiisbie 

James Ski lion Joseph Woodruff Eli Beardslee 
Elfefc. Scovill Calvin Hoadley Ammi Darrow 
Garrit Smith L Loveland Timo. Richards 
[saac Upson Jesse Alicox Joel AUcx 

EBc&eox S- ,J. Thompson Daniel Eelis/ 



Harvey Upson 
Philo Bronson 



lip 

John Norton 
Silas Porter 



Isaac Hopkins 
Marcus Bfonsoa 



29th regt. William Cogswell, It* col. coinmandanl ; 
Timothy Mitchell, 1st maj. Beebe Hine 2d major 
Dan'l B. Brinsmade, adjutant. Eb- Porter, chaplain 
Elisha Hickcox, quarter-master. Jos. A. Bostwick 
pay-master- Ebenezer Smith, surgeon. Amasi» 
Wright) surgeon 's^mate. 

Matross Company. 
A- Smith, capt. S Sperry, 1st lieut D v Piatt, 2d 11 

JJght Infantry* 
E- Chamberlain, capt P. Mills, lieut. Z Skieff, en 

Captains. t 'Lieut tnents. Ensigns* 

Joel Stone Gideon Camp Daniel Hine 

Elias Smith Jesse St- John Hcpson Pratt 

Ban'l Calhoun Win. Ford Lewis Ford 

Ichabod Noble J. M. Mahon Ehhu Marsh 
L- Curtiss Samuel Gillet War. SturteyanV 

Ste'n Cogswell, Alpheus Fuller Emer. Cogswell 
Win. C- Potter A. Gieldings Th. Hungerford! 
Philo Porter Joel Sanford Rich'd Randall 

Kigh'Ji Regiment of Cavalry* 

William Taylor, lieut. col. commandant* 

Edmund Lockwood, jr. maj. Eben'r D. Starr, ad)u 

tant. A. Backus, chaplain. John Taylor, pay-mastei 

Titus Hull, surgeon. W- R. Fowler, surgeon 's-matt 



1st Company, 
J. P. Leavenworth capt 
Alex'r Gordon 1st lieut 
Wnv Gordon 2d lieut. 
T- N. Prudden cornet 

2d Companyl 
Peter Starr captain 
Knapp Bouton 1st lieut. 
David Knapp 2d lieut. 
— Tweedy cornet 



\d Company, 
Anthony Garnsey capt. 
Eli Barnes 1st lieut. 
Amos Burham 2cl lieut* 
Ichiel Ford cornet 
4th Company. 
Tho's Sanford captain 
Solo. Bostwick 1st lieut* 
John Newton 2d lieut* 
Orange Kecney cornet* \ 






Government of the United States. 

PZSSlDENf OF rHE UNI?ED SfAfMS. 

Salary, §25.000 per annum. 

GEORGE CLINTON, . 

Vice-President, and President of the Senate, 
Salary, g5,000 per annum. 

Dejiartment of State* 
imes MadisoR, of Virginia, Secretary, 
icob Wagner, Chief Clerk. 

Department of the Treasury. 
i.lbert Gallatin, of Pennsylvania, Secretary. 
5-abriel Duval, of Marvland, C cm pi roller. 
Lichard Harrison, of Virginia, Auditor. 
Viliiam Miller, Commissioner of the Revenue. 
Thomas T. Tucker, of South -Carolina, Treasurer. 
oseph Nourss, of Virginia, Register, 

War Dejiartment. 
ferny Dearborn, of Massachusetts, Secretary. 
j Viliiam Simmonds, Accountant. 
Tench Coxe, of Pennsylvania, Purveyor of Public. ■§ 
{\ Supplies, 
am es Wilkinson, Brigadier-General of the Troops^" 
ared Mansfield, Surveyor General. 
Navy Department. 
lobert Smith, of Maryland, Secretary* 
Thomas Turner, Accountant. 

Poet-Office Establishment. 
Gideon Granger, Pod>Master General. 

aVBraaley, Assistant Post^M aster Ge^ra!.' 




JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

Supreme Court 1 . 
John Marshall, of Virginia, Chief Justice* 
William Cushing, of Massachusetts, -y 
Samuel* Chase, of Maryland, / « c/ ,. . d 

Bushrod Washington, of Virginia, ^ wwl 
Wm. Johnson, of South-Carolina, C Justlces 
Brockhnlst Livingston, of New-York, J 
John Breckenridge, of Kentucky, Attorney-Generai 
Eiias B. Caldwell, of Washington City, Clerk. 

DISTRICT OFFICERS. 

{David Sewall, Judge, 
Silas Lee, Attorney, 
Isaac Parker, Marshal, 
Henry Sewall, Clerk. 
{John S. Sherburne, Judge, 
Daniel Humphreys, Attorney, 
Michael M'Clary, Marshal j 
Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 
{John Davis, Judge, 
George Blake, Attorney, 
Thompson J. Skinner, Marsha] 
Nathan Goodale, Clerk. 
{David L. Barnes, Judge, 
David Howell, Attorney, 
William Peck, Marshal, 
Edmond T. Ellery, Clerk, 
{Pierpont Edwards, Judge, 
Hezekiah Huntington, Attorney; 
Joseph Wilcox, Marshal, 
Henry W. Edwards, Clerk* 
{Elijah Paine, Judge, 
David Fay, Attorney, 
John Willard, Marshal; 
Cephas Str.ith, Ckrk* 



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{Matthias B. Tallmaelge, Judge, 
Nathan Sanford, Attorney, 
Peter A. Schenk, Mai shal, 
Daniel Dunscomb, Clerk. 
{Robert Morris, Judge* 
Joseph M. Ilvaine, Attorney, 
Oliver Baraet, Marshal, 
Robert Boggs, Clerk. 
District of Pennsylvania* 
atlichard Peters, Judge, 

l/Vlex'r J. Dallas, Attorney for the Eastern District, 
fohn Smith, Marshal, 

Fames Hamilton, Attorney for the Western District, 
Presley Carr Lane, Marshal. 

District of Delaware* 
Gunning Bedford, Judge, 
George Read, jun. Attorney, 
Joel Lewis, Marshal, 
— — Conway, Clerk. 

District of Maryland* 
James Winchester, Judge, 
Zebulon Rollings worth, Attorney, 
Thomas Ruter, Marshal. 

District of Columbia* 
William Kilty, Chief Judge, 
William Cranch and James Marshall, Judges, 
John Thompson Mason, Attorney, 
Daniel Carroll Brent, Marshal, ' 
John Hewett, Register of Wills for Washintrtc-nCoun? 

ty, and Cleon Moore, for that of Alexandria, 
William H.Dorsey, Judge of the Orphan's Court for 

Washington, and 
George Gilpin, for that of Alexandria. 

District cf Virginia. 
Cyrus Griffin, Judge, 

John Monroe, Attorney fertile Western District. 
Andrew Moore, Marshal, 



George Hay, Attorney for the Eastern District, 
Joseph Scott, Marshal. 

Potomack 3ittrich 
Walter Jones, Attorney, 
William Baker, Marshal. 

District of Kentucky. 
Harry Ir.nes, Jnd^e, 
Joseph H. Dareiss, Attorney, 
Jos cph Crockett, Marshal, 
Thomas Junstall, Clerk. 

District of North-Carolina* 
Henry Potter, Judge, 
Benjamin Woods, Attorney, 
John S. West, Marshal, 
Abner Neale, Clerk. 

District of South-Carolina* 
T&oraas Bee, Judge, 
Thomas Parker, Attorney, 
Robert E. Coohran f Marshal, 
Thomas Hall, Clerk. 

District of Georgia. 
William Stephens, Judge, 
David B, Mitchell, Attorney, 
Benjamin Wall, Marshal, 
Charles Harris, Clerk, 

District of Temiessetr* 
John M'Nairy, Judge, 
Thomas Stewart, Attorney, 
Robert Hays, Marshal. 

District of Ohio. 
Charles W. Byrd, Judge, 
Micbael Baldwin, Attorney, 
David Zeigler, Marshal. 

District of Orleans. 
Wi5*iam Spring, Judgs. 



ITS 
LEGISLATIVE DEPAirrMl^T. 

• S A Jv A T R. 
George Clintoii, Pmide^t, 
Samuel A. Or •, :■ , 



JSew-IIamjisLire. 
Jfcholas Gil man, 
ViiihraPkimer. 

Massachusetts. 
oh a Q- Adams, ^ 
umothy Pickering. 

Vermont. 
Sephen II. Bradley, 
srae: Smith. 

Rhode-Island. 
ame-3 Fenner, 
jfenjaimn Howland. 

Connecticut. 
'arr.es HtlHiouse, 
Jriah Tree-.-. 

J\ r erj-<York. 
jarnuel L. Mitchiil, 
fohn Smith. 

JYew-Jerscy* 
Fohn Condit, 
Aaron Kitchill. 

Pennsylvania. 
Beorge Logan, 
Samuel Maclay. 

Delaware. 
James A. Bayard, 



Samuel Smith) 
Philip ' 

VvnilaivL j] "Vs\ 



John 



&li 



Joseph Anderson, 
Daniel Smiih. 

1 Ohio. 
im Srm:h, 
1 he in as W orthin^tor 



He use of Re pr e £ a .y ?j ■?: rz s 
Nathaniel Macon, Speaker. 
John Becklev,' Clerk. 
J\ erj-Hairijis/iire. \ Caleb Ellis 
Silas BeUoa | David Hough 

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Samuel Tenney 
Thomas W. Thompson 

Massachusetts 
Phanuel Bishop 
Joseph Barker 
Barnabas Bidwell 
Jacob Cro*wn in shield 
John Chandler 
Orchard Cook 
Hi. chard Cutts 
William Ely 
Isaiah L. Green 
Seth Hastings 
Jeremiah Nelson 
Josiah Quincey 
Ebeneser Seaver 
William Stedman 
&amnel Taegart 
Joseph B. Varnum 
Feleg Wadsworth 

PJiode-Mcmd 
Nehemiah Knight 
Joseph Stanton jun# 

Connecticut 
Samuel W. Dana 
John Davenport jr. 
Theodore Dwight 
Jonathan O. Mosely 
Timothy Pitkin jun; 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Benjamin Tallmadge_ 

Vermont 
Martin Chittenden 
James Ell tot 
James Fisk 
Gideon Olin 



hew -York 
John Blake j'r 
Philip Van Cortland 
George Clinton j *r 
Silas Halsey 
Henry W. Livingston 
Josiah Masters 
Gurdon S. Mumford 
K. K. Van Rensellaer 
John Russell 
Thomas Sammons 
Peter Saily 
G. Schureman 
David Thomas 
Uri Tracy 
Daniel C Verplank 
Nathan Williams 
Eliphalett Weeks 

Aew-Jersey 
Ezra Darby 
Ebenezer Elmer 
William Helms 
John Lambert 
Henry Southard 
James Sloan 

Pennsylvania 
Isaac Anderson 
David Bard 
Robert Brown 
Joseph Clay 
Frederick Conrad 
William Findley 
Andrew Gregg 
John Hamilton 
James Kelley 
Christian Lower 



12? 



[John Porter 
[John Pugh 
(John Rea 
Jacob Richards 
John Smilie 
Samuel Smith 
John Whitehill 
Robert Whitehill 

Delaware 
James M. Broome 

Alary land 
John Archer 
JohnCampbeU 
Leonard Covington 
Wi liam M'Creery 
Charles Goldsborough 
Nicholas R. Moore 
Patrick M'Gruder 
Joseph H. Nicholson 
Roger Nelson 

Virginia 
Burwell Bassctt 
William A. Burwell 
Matthew Clay 
John Clopton 
John Claiborne 
John Daw soil 
John W. Eppes 
Peterson Goodwin 
James M. Garnett 
Xdwin Gray 
David Holmes 
John G. Jackson 
Waited Jones 
Joseph Lewis 
John Morrow 
Thomas Newton j'r 
John Randolph 



Thomas M. Randolph 
John Smith 
Philip R. Thompson 
Abraham Trigg 
Alexander Wilson 

Kentucky 
George M. Bedinger 
John Boyle 
John Fowler 
Matthew Lyon 
Thomas Sandford 
Matthew Walton 

North-Carolina 
Nathaniel Alexander 
Willis Alston j'r 
William Blackledge 
Thomas Blount 
James Holland 
Thomas Kenan 
Nathaniel Macon 
Duncan M'Farland 
Richard Stanford 
Marm'aduke Williams 
Joseph Wmston 
Thomas Wynns 

South -Carolina 
Wiiham Butler 
Levi Casey 
EliasEarle 
Thomas Moore 
Robert Marion 
Obrien Smith 
Richard Winn 
David R. Williams 

Georgia 
Joseph Bryan 
Peter Early 



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David Meriwether 
Thomas Spaliii.ig 

Tennessee 
Georsre W. Campbell 
William Dicksoa 
Jehu Rhea 

Ohio : ' 
Jeremiah Morrow 



Mh$mpfil Territory 
W._L« timer [detegatje] 

Indiani Territory 
B. FarM [delegate} 

Orlcan.Trrrnoru 
Daniel Clark [delegate] 



Officers of the Revenue Department/ 

For the district of M^ ssachusktts. 
Benjamin Lincoln, Collector tor the pons of Boston 

and Char ten con, 
Benjamin WeM, Deputy Collector, . 
James Lovell, Naval Officer, 
Thomas Melville, Surveyor. 



District of Rhode-Island and Providence. 
William EHery, collector, 
Waiter Nichols, naval officer, 
l}ahiel Lyman,, surveyor. 
Jeremiah Olney, collector, 
William Barton, surveyor, 
Ebenezer Thompson, naval officer 
George Stilman, surveyor. 



Newport^ 

Providence, 

Pauficaluck, 



District of Connecticut. 
J\e?v -London, Jedidbh Huntington, collector, 
Nathaniel Richard ; , survevor, 
Jonathan Trott, ""] 

Ebenezer Goddard, • In spec- 
Samuel Whittemore, )> tors. 
Henry Jepson, I 

Isaac' V. H. CranncU; J 



Stonington, 
Middletoivri) 



A env-Haven* 

1 Fairfield, 
Sayhrook, 
I Hartford) 



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Nath'lSaltonstall,j'r.} 
Ezra Chappell, 5 Weighers, 

measurers and \ uagers. » 
Jonathan Palmer, Jun. f \ rveyen 
Alexander Wolcott, c< <] ^ctor; 
Lamberton Cooper, »u- \eyor. 
Robert Warner, ~\ 
Az'h Whittlesey, £> Inspectors. 

Abraham Bishop, collector, 
William Munson, surveyor, 
Samuel Smedlev, collector. 
George Wolcott, survey or. 
Solomon Porter, surveyor. 



District of New-York. 
J\eiv-York, David Gelston, collector, 

Samuel Osgood, naval c fi'cer. 
Sagharbor, Henry P. Beering, collector. 






•MINISTERS 
Of the U. States, resident in Foreign Countries. 



James Monroe, Minister Plenipotentiary at London* 
William Pinckney, Minister Extraordinary at oo. 
John Armstrong, Minister Plenipotentiary at Paris* 
David B. Warden. Secretary of Legation. 
James Bowdoin, Minister Plenipotentiary, at Madrid. 
George W. Irving, Secretary of Legation. 

CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS. 

To the Kingdom of Great -Britain and iu depen- 
dencies. 
William Lyman, Consul at London. 
JSlias Vaaderhorst. at Bristol. 



13U 

. Robert W. Fox, at Falmouth. 
; James Maury, at Liverpool. 

Joseph Wilson, at Dublin. 

Thomas Auklji, Vice Consul at Poole. 

George Knox, Consul at Kingston upon Hull. 

John C. Murray, at Glasgow. 

James Holmes, at Belfast. 

John Church, at Cork. 

Harry Grant, at Leith. 

John Gavino, at Gibraltar. 

Jacob Lewis, at Calcutta, India. 

William P. Gardiner, at Demerara and Essiquib 

Joseph Pulis, at Malta. 

Joseph W. Rose, Commercial Agent at Antigua. 
To the French Empire and her dominiums. 

Fulwar~ Skipwkh, Commercial Agent at Paris. 

Jacob Bridgeway, at Antwerp. 

Isaac C. Barnett, Havre de Grace. 

William Lee, at Bourdeaux. 

Edward Jones, Island of Guadaioupe. 

John Mitchell, vice com. agent at Havre de Grac 

Thomas Aborn, at Cayenne. 

James Anderson, Commercial Agent at Cette. 

Aaron Vail, at L'Orient. 
«■; William Buchanan, at Isles of France and Bcuiboni 

Thomas Lovell, at La Roc-helle. 

Rtienne Cathalan, at Marseilles. 

Francis Coffin* at Dunkirk. 

Henry Wilson, at Ostend. 

John Appleton, At Calais. 

William Patter son, jitTSantz. 

Isaac Prince, Consul at St. Bartholomews. 

David Easton, at Martinico. 

Benjamin H. Phillips, at Curracoa. 

To the Kingdom of Spain and its dominions, 

Moses Young, Consul at Madrid. 

Joseph Yanardi, jun. at Cadiz. 



1S1 

obert Montgomery, at Alicant. 
i/iltiam Kirkpatrick, at Malaga. 
Lewis Mengher O'Brien, at St. Andero. 
[enry Molier, at Corunna. 
Augustus M idan, at La Guira. 
lartin Lemar, at Madeira, 
[enry Hill, jun. atHavanna. 
fartrice Rogers, at St. Jago dc Cuba, 
ohn Leonard, Consul at Barcelona, 
^hn T. Armstrong, Teneriffe. 
hn M. Baker, Minorca, Majorca, and Yvica. 
in B. Dabney, Commercial Agent at the Azores* 
To the Kingdom of Portugal and its dominions* 
IV ill! a n Jar vis, Consul at Lisbon. 
John Street, at Fayal. 

To the Kingdom of Holland. 
►ylvar.us Bourne, Consai General, Amsterdam. 
Thomas Hewes. Consul at Batayia. 
A>\y U Harris, Rotterdam. 
'/o the Kingdom of Denmark and its dominion*-* 
glans Rodoiph Saabye, Consul at Copenhagen. 
J'enrv Cooper, at Santa Cruz. 
iohn F. Brown, at St, Thomas'. 
" * To Russia. 
Leavitt Harris, Consul at Petersburg^ 
Frederick W. Lutze, at Stettin. 

To Germany* 
John M. Forbes, Consul at Hamburgh, Sec. 
Frederick J. Wichellausen, at Bremen. 
(Philip Marck, at Franconia. 
jWilliam Riggin, at Trieste. 
'William Clark, at Embclen. 
Jacob Ridgway, Vice-Commercial Agent at Antwerp* 

To the Kingdom of Sweden* 
Robert C. Gardiner, Consul at Gottenburgh. 
Isaac Prince, at St. Bartholomews. 

To the Italian States, 
Thomas Appleton, Consul at Leghorn. 



Frederick Degan, Consul at Naples. 
John Baptist Sartori, at Rome. 
Peter Kuhn, jun. at Genoa. 
Joseph Barnes, Island of Sicily. 
John Broadbent, Messina. 

To the Barbary Powers* 
Tobias Lear, Consul General to the Barbary Stat^'sJ 

residing at Algiers. 
Jonathan Russell, Consul at Tunis. 
James Simpson, at Morocco. 

JTq Turkey. 
William Stec®xert^ Consul at Smyrna. 
To China. 
Edward Carrington, Canton. 



MINISTERS, 
Consul* and Commissaries of Foreign Towers , resi-jfr 
dent in the United Spates. 

From the Kingdom of Greats Britain* 
David M. Erskine, Minister Plenipotentiary. 
Thos. Barclay, Consul General for the eastern states. 
Piviaeas Bond, for the middle and southern states, 
Andrew Allen, jun. Consul for New-Hampshire,. 

Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut. 
John Bernard Gilpin, Vice-Consul for Connecticut 

and Rhode-Island. 
Gabriel Wood, Baltimore. 
Benjamin Moodie, Consul for North and South- Ca-r 

rolina and Georgia. 
John Wallace, Vice-Consul for Georgia. 
From the Fmfiire of France. 

• • Turreau, Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Felix <ie Beaujour, Consul General. 

Louis Tiaras Consul for New^Orleaiis. 

Citizen Oster, Vice-Commissary of Commercial Rs 

lations for Virginia. 



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harles Francois Liot, Commissary of Commercial 
Relations for Pennsylvania and Delaware, 
ouis Arcambel, Commissary of Commercial Rela- 
tions for Maryland. 

[arc Antoine Alexis Garaud, for New-Hampshire, 
Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut. 
erare Gazeau, for Portsmouth, N. H. 
. R. Terrein de Ririeres, Commercial Agent for 
Alexandria, Columbia. 

From the Kingdom of Sjiain* 
faevalier de Yrujo, Minister Plenipotentiary* 
|)hevalier de Foranda, Consul General, 
ntonio Argote Yillalobus, Consul for Virginia an€ 
Kentucky, 

an Baptist Barnabeu, Consul for Maryland. 
[)iego, Morphy, for North and SouthCarolina. 
j'elipi Fatio, for Pennsylvania. 
n Manuel Rengel, for Georgia, 
an Stoughton, for New-Hampshire, Massachusetts, 
Connecticut, Rhode-Island* and Vermont, 
abla Chacou. Vice-Consul for Alexandria, Colum- 
bia. 

From the Kingdom of Portugal, 
>seph Ruedemaker, Charge des Affaires and Ccnsul 
General, 
ohn Abram, Vice- Consul at New -York. 
ames F. Vernock, for South-Carolina, 
"ichard Codman, for Massachusetts. 

Prom tht Kingdom of Holland, 
Adrian Valck, Consul for Maryland and Virginia. 
George Reed, for South-Carolina and Georgia. 
|. H. C. Heineken, Commercial Agent, Pennsylvania, 
ichn G. Bogert, Vice-Commercial Agent for New- 
York. 

From Prussia, 
fohann Ernst Christian Schultz, Consul, Baltimore. 
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Front Denmark, 
Peter Blacker Olsen, esq* Minister Resident, an< 

C or.sul General. 
I. F. Eckard, Consul for "New-Jersey, Pennsylvania^ 

Delaware and Maryland. 
David Green, Vice-Consul for Massachusetts. 
Jacob Eberhard August Sfeinmeitz, for S. Carolina.- 
"William Scarborough, for Georgia. 
Erich Bellman, for Pennsylvania. 
John Boutz, for North-Carolina. 
George Hainekin, for New-York, New-Hampshire 

Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut. 
Joseph YYinthrop, for South-Carolina. 
Peter Collin, for Maryland. 
Jonathan Swift, for District of Columbia. 



From Sweden* 

Richard Soderstrom, Consul General. 

William Scarborough, jun. Consul for Georgia. 

Joseph Winthrop, Vice-Gonsul for Charleston, S.C.- 

Jonafhan Swift, Columbia, and the ports. on the Ptk. 

Charles F. Deyen, for New-Hampshire, Massachu- 
setts, and Rhode-Island. 

Heiirv Ghan, for New-York and Connecticut. 

John Cowper, Vice-Consul for Norfolk and all other| 
ports in Virginia, except those on the Potomack, 

John Baritz, for North- Carolina. 

Peter Collin, for Maryland. 



OFFICERS OF THE MIA T. 



Robert Patterson, Director. 
Benjamin Rush, Treasurer. 
Henry Voight, Chief Coiner. 
Robert Scott, Engraver* 



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COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS./ 

States. Officer*, Salaries. 

few -Hampshire, William Gardiner, $ 650 

fassachusetts, Benjamin Austin, 1500 

Ihode-Island, Christopher Ellery, 600 

Connecticut, William Imlay, 1000 

<ew-York, William Few, 15C0 

^ew-Jersey, James Ewing, 700 

Pennsylvania, Stephen Moylart, 1500 

Delaware, John Stockton, 60.0 

Maryland, Edward Hall, 1000 

Virginia, John Page, 1500 

tforth-CaroTina, Sherwood Haywood* 1000 

South-Carolina, Isaac Neusville, 1000 

Seorgia, James Alger, 700 



Salaries of ?he principal officers of ?ue 

Government of Tee V. S¥a?es a 

Secretary of State, L g 500$ 

Secretary of the Treasury, 5000 

Secretary of War, 4500 

Secretary of the Navy, '. 4.500 

Comptroller of the Treasury, 5500 

Auditor, GG00 

Treasurer, S0QO 

Register, 2400 

Attorney-General, 3000 

Commissioner of the Revenue, 3000 

Account of War Department, C00CJ 

Accountant of the Navy Department, 2000 

; Post-Master-GencraJ, • 3000 

Assistant Pobt-Master-G eiieral, iroa 






136 

COVEKNOURS OF tHE SEVERAL SLAVES. 



JSfacv - Ha mhzhire, 

Massachusetts, 

Rhode-Island, 

Connecticut, 

Vermont, 

JSfew- York, 

A r ew -Jersey, 

Pennsylvania, 

jDelaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia ■' 

vVb rt h - Carolina , 

South -Carolina, 

Georgia, 

Kentucky, 

Tennessee, 

Ohio, 



John Langdon. 
Caleb Strong. 

Jonathan Trumbull. 
Isaac Tichenor. 
Morgan Lewis. 
Joseph Bloomfield. 
Thomas M'Kean. 
Nathaniel Mitchell. 
Robert Wright. 
Thomas H. Cabell, 
Nathaniel Alexander. 
Paul Hamilton. 
Jared Irwin. 
Christopher Greenup* 
John Sevier. 
Edward Tiffin. 



Missisipfii Territory m 
Robert Williams, Governour. 
Cowles Mead, Secretary. 
Seth Lewis, "1 
Peter B. Bruin, > Judges. 
David Kerr, S 



Indiana Territory* 

William XL Harrison, Governour. 
John Gibson, Secretary. 
Thomas T. Davis, 
Henry Vanderburgh, J» Judges* 
Jshfc Griffin* 



137 

Territory of Orleans, 
William C. C. Claiborne, Goveruour. 
J. 13. Provost, ' } 
John Coburn, C Judges. 
George Duffield, j 



Territory of Upper Louisiana, 
James Wilkinson, Governour. 
John B. Lucas, Chief Justice. 

Territory of Michigan, 
William Hull, Governour. 
Stanley Griswold, Secretary, 

Robert Brent, Mayor of the City if Washington , 
fohn Shee, of Philadelphia, Agent of Indian Affair*. 

— «**■ &> &> ■***" 

Receivers of Public JMbmr rcz Ljnls. 

James Findley,at Cincinnati. 
Elijah Backus, at Kaskaskias. 
Zaccheus Bings, at Steuben vi lie. 
Samuel Findley, at Chilicothe. 
Frederick Bates, at Detroit. 
Harry Toulman, at Fort Stoddert. 
Benjamin Tupper, at Marietta. 
Thomas Van Swearingen, at Zaresville. 



Registers of the Land-Office of 'the U, States, 

David Hoge, at Steubenville. 
Josenh WnnrL at Mavt^tta _ 



Joseph Wood, at Marietta. 
WiUis Siilhuan, at Zanesville, 
M % 



Charles Kilgore, at Cincinnati. 

Jes^e Spencer, at Chilicothe. 

George Hoffman, at Detroit. 

John Badollet, at Vincennes. Lin 

Michael Jones, at Kaskaskias. 

John W. Gurley, at New-Orleans. 






Pofi- Office Establishment. 

RA?ES OF POSTAGE. 

Tor letters conveyed by land, single, double 6c triple. 

Any distance not exceeding 40 miles, 8 cents. 

over 4 90 — *- 10 

_- 90 150 — 12 1-2 

150 S00 17 

„ soo 500 20 

'— 500 - - 25 

Double letters are double, and triple letters triple 
i it* these r.ites. A packet of the weight of one ounce, 
he rate of four, single letters, and in like proportion 
for one of a greater weight. 
No allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 
Single letters, passing by- sea, in packet boats, the 
property of the United Statas, 8 cents ; double let- 
ters, 16 cents ; and triple letters, 24 cents. Alj| let- 
ters or packets by private vessels, 2 cents each, with 
the addition of postage, if destined to any other place 
than where the vessel may arrive. 

No vessel can be permitted to report, make entry, 
or break bulk, until the master has delivered to the 
pest-master all the letter brought in his vessel, ex- 
cept those for the ovm/cr or consignee, 



139 
Postage on J\ewws/w/iers. 

Each paper not carried over 100 miles, one cent— 
and over 100 miles, one and an half cents. But, if 
carried to any Post-office in the state in which it is 
printed, whatever be the distance, the postage is on- 
ly one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet. 
Any distance not exceeding fifty miles, 1 cent. Over 
50 and not exceeding 100 miles, 1£ cents. Any great- 
er distance, 2 cents. 



Lis 



of Post-Masters in the cities and firincijial 
towns in the United State. 



Portland 

Portsmouth 

Boston 
Salem 

Newport 
Providence 

Hartford 
New -Haven 
New-London 
Nor walk 
Guilford 
S?) brook 

Norwich 

, Durham 

Stratford 

Derby 

Wullhigforcl 



Vis trie t of Maine, 

Joshua Win gate j'r 
State of A ew- Hampshire. 
Mark Simes 
Massachusetts. 

Jonathan Hastings 
John Dabney 
Rhode-Island. 

J. Richardson 
Benjamin West 
Connecticut. 

John Doeld 
Jesse Atwater . 
Richard Douglass 2d 
William Lockwood 
R. Avcrill 
Humphrey Pratt 
C Gardiner Crrpenter 
\ Jacob De Witt 
James Robinson 
V. Wetmore 
S. J. Andrews 
- James Carrington 



East-Haddarn 

Bridgport 

Windham 

Stonington 

Plainfield 

Colchester 

Suffield 

Middletown 

Pomiret 

Lyme 

Wethersfield 

(do.) Rocky Kill 
Killing worth 
Fairfield 
Danbury 
Stamford 
Canaan 
Litchfield 
Farming! on 
Milford 
New -Hartford 
Chatham 
Windsor 
Hebron 

Jewett's City (Preston) 
Lebanon 
Canterbury 
New -Milford 
Berlin 

Pettypague (Saybrook) 
Sha£on 
Bristol 
Symsbury 
Stafford 
Brooklyn 
Ash ford 
Tolland - 



140 
James Green 
Charles Bostwick 
Charles Taintor 
Samuel Trumbull 
Ebenczer Eaton 
Samuel A. Peters 
William Gay 
Wensley Hobby 
Lemuel G rosv enor 
Marshfield Parsons 
Joshua; Beklen 
,J. Rabbins 
Samuel Crane 
1). Judson 

Ebenezer R. White 
Abraham DavenpcSr* 
O. BuvriH 
Moses Seymour 
Samuel Richards 
William Durard 
Thaddeus Cowies 
John H. Peters 
Nathaniel Howard 
Simon House 
John Johnson 
Samuel Bailey 
Gad Bulkeley 
Daniel Everett 
Samuel Porter 2d 
I). Clark 
George King 
Josiah Fenney 
Jonathan Pettibonfc 
Calvin Willey 
George Abbey 
David Bolles j'r 
Benon> Shepherd 



I 



141 



Cheshire 
rhompson 


A. Hitchcock j't 


Daniel Knight 


i . 


JiewrYork. 


(New-York 


Theodorus Bailey 


jAlbany 


George W. Manciws 




A ew* Jersey. 


Trenton 


Peter Gordon 




Pennsylvania. 


Philadelphia 


Robert Patton 


Lancaster 


. G. Moore 




Delaware. 


Wilmington 


Edward Gilpin 


' 


Maryland. 


Baltimore 


Alexander Furnival 


Annapolis 


S. Green 




Virginia. 


Norfolk 


Edward Archer 


Richmond 


John Guerrant 


Petersburgh 


Joseph Jones 




South-Carolina* 


Charleston 


Thomas W. Bacot 




Vermont. 


Windsor 


- Thomas Leverett 




Ohio. 


Marietta 


J. Munro, 






J tie tv of The Weal fn, Pop ul a rwx, Be sour- 
ce Sj &c. of fHE United SfAfES, 
At the close of the year 1805— Extracted from 
blodget's statistical tables. 



Free persons, including Louisiana - - - 5156C00 

k < Slaves, increase near 2 1-2 per ct« perann. 1200000 

I Total population 6180000 

Persons to each square mile 3 



142 

Acres of improved land - 39400000 

Cultivated land, per acre g 6 -2'5l 

Lands, in their natural state - - g 2 2Qi 

Militia .... 11CCC00 

Navv "£X essels - • * l 

JNay 3 r 3 Guns - - - - - 574 

Seamen - - - - 66000 

European emigrants - - - 4000 

Merchandize imported - g 96000000^ 

Domestic produce exported - g 42387002 

Total exports x - - g 93666021 

Tons merchant vessels (1804) - 1443465; 

Average for labour, per day - - g ,75 

Ditto wheat per bushel • - g 1 36 
Impost on merchandize") 

and tonnase (in 1804) J - - §11055565. 

Total receipts (do.) ■ - g 11826300 

Civil list and contingencies (do.) - g 624795. 

Hard money or metallic medium - - g 18O00G0O '• 

Bank Notes in circulation - ' - g 15000000 

Number of banks - - - 72 

Banking capital '- - g 43000000 

Nominal public debt - g 9723:2006 
Active sinking fund and "> 

reimbursements deducted 3 - - g 25406058 
Custom-house bonds and") 

cash in the treasury 3 g 18000304 
Number of acres of wild land sold "J 

to pay the public debt, at g2 to £ g 1912602 

g6 per acre J 

Proceeds of sales - - - 4126462 

(Cy The above important table is generally thought 
to be correct,, at Jeast so far as the nature of : the thing 
-will admit. 



us 

,ist of Courts in the New-England States, 
for each month, 

TOTE— S.F.C. stands for Supreme Federal Court, 
C.F.C. Circuit Federal Court* D F.C. District 
Federal Court. S.J.C. Supreme Judicial Court. 
S.C. Supreme Court \ S.C.E. Supreme Court of 
Frrors. C.P. Common Fleas. C.C. County Court* 



JANUARY begins on 

Thursday, 31 days, 

S C New -Haven and 

Windham, 1st Tuesday 

Burlington, 1st do 

— - Middlebury, 3d. do- 
. — » Norwich, 3d do. 
— -Rutland, 1st Tues- 
day after 4th do. 
C P Boston and Ports- 
mouth, 1st do 
— - Lancaster, 2d do. 
— Rochester, 3d do- 

Biddeibrd, 1st Mon 

— — Northampton^ War 
ren Sc Bristol, 2d do. 

E* Greenwich 3d do- 

C. C Danville, 1st do 



FEBRUARY begins on 
Sundav, 28 days. 

S.F.C. Washington, 
1st Monday. 

D. F. C. Windsor, 1st do. 

_: — Newport, 1st Tues. 

— — - New-Haven, 3d do. 

S. C. Portsmouth and 
Litchfield, 1st do. 

—— • Hartford, 2d do. 



- Manchester, 3d do, 

next following 4th in 
January. 

Dover, 4th do. 

C. P. So. Kingston, 2d M, 

Haverhill, N. H. 

last Tuesday. 

C. C. St. Albans, 1st do* 

Tolland, 2d do. 

Middlebury, last do. 

Burlington, Vt. last 

Monday save two. 



MARCH begins on Sun* 

day, 31 days. 
D,F.C. Wiscasset, 1st Tu. 

Salem Sc Portsmouth, 

3d do. 
S.J.C. Boston, 2d do. 

Dedham, 1st do. 

S. C. Newport, 1st Mon. 

-Bristol, 2d do. 

— i — Providence, 3d do. 
C.P. Portland 1st Tues. 
— — Ipswich, last Mon. 
Nantucket, Tuesday 

next preceding last 

Tuesday. 
■ — - Concord, Monday 



144 



precc. Sd Tuesday- 

*~— Worcester, Monday 
preceding 4th do. 

*-. — Barnstable and Am- 
herst, last Tuesday. 

C.C. 

Craftsbury, 1st Mon 

Woodstock, 3d do, 

— New-Haven and Rut- 
land, 3d Tuesday, 

— — Litchfield and Hart 
ford, 4th do. 

* Haddam, last Tues. 



APRIL begins on Wednes- 
day, 30 days. 

C.F.C. New4-iaven, 13th 
day. 

S.J.C. Concord, 2d Tues. 

£»* — Worcester, 3d do. 

*-^— "Northampton Sc Ips- 
wich, 4th do* 

_- — Lenox, 1st Tues. after 
4th in April. 

S.C. East-Greenwich, 

2d Monday. 

, S. Kingston, 4th do. 

Hopkinton, lustTue. 

C.P. Keene, 1st Tues. 

_ — Plymouth, 2d do. 

Boston, 3d do. 

York, 3d Monday. 

— — Taunton, Mon. pre- 
ceding 3d Tuesday. 

. Dedhain, last Mon. 

C.C. Fairfield, 3d do. 



I 



MAY begins oh Friday 
31 days. 

C. F. C Windsor, lstday 
— — Portsmouth, 20th d. 

D. F. C. Portland, last Tu 

Rutland, 2d Mond 

Providence, 2d Tues 

Hartford* 3d do. 

S.J. C.York St Plymouth 

3d dd. 
- — • Portland, 4th do. 
& C. Charleston, N. H. 

2d do. 

Plymouth, N. H. 

4th do. 
C. P. Castine, 1st do. 

Paris, 2d do. 

Haverhill, N. H. 

last do, 
— — Wiscassct, 2d Mond* 

«- Augusta & Edgarion, 

3d Tuesday. 

Newport, 3d Mond, 

Providence, 4th do. 



JUNE begins on Monday $ 
30 days. 

C. F. C. Boston, 3d day, 
Newport, 15th day. 

D. F. C. Boston, 4th Tues. 

E**teter, 3d do. 

S. J. C. Augusta, 1st do. 

next after 4th in May. 
Wiscassct, 2d Tues. 

next after 4ih in do. 
Castine, 3d Tuesday 

next after 4th of do* 



ii 



145 



^C.E.N.Haven, IstTue. 
C. P. Bristol, 1st Mono. 

— Concord, Mori, next 
preceding 1st Tuesday. 

— Worcester, Monday. 
preceding 2d do. 

— Portland 3d do 

— Salem., last Monday. 
C. C. Manchester, 1st do. 

— Newfane Sc Chelsea, 
2d do. 

Guildhall, Vt. 3d do. 

— Danville, last do. 

— New London, 2d Tu. 



JUjlY begins on Wednes- 
day, 31 days. 
S. C. Danbury, 2d Tues, 

Haddam, last do. 

C. P. Boston Sc Lancaster, 
1st do. 



Giimantown, 3d do. 
South-Kingston and 

Casiine, 2d Mend. 

E. Greenwich , 3d do. 

Northampton and 

Topsham, 4-th do. 
Lenox Sc Wate.rba- 

rough, 4th do. 
C. C Hartford, 2d Tues. 
~ Wmdham, 3d do. 

— xM'ownington, 4thMo. 

— iViiddlebury, last do. 
^ave one. 

St. Albans, last do. 



AUGUST begins on, §£ 

turday, 31 days. 
D.F.C. Windsor, 1st Ma 

— Newport, 1st Tues, 

— New-Haven, 3d do. 
p.C.'*Newfane, 1st do. 

— New -Haven, 2d do* 
•r- Litchfield & Wood- 
stock, Vt. 3d do. 
Chelsea, 2d Tuesday- 
next following 3d do. 

— Danville, 3d Tuesday 
. . next following 4th do. 

•*-— Newport, 4th Monde 

C..l\ Plymouth & Exeter 

2d Tuesday. 

•*— - Machias, Augusta, Sc 



SEPTEMBER begins on 

Tuesday, 30 days. 
C.F.C. Hartford, 17th da. 
D.F.C. -Wiscasset, IstT. 

Salem, 2d do. 

• Portsmouth, 3d do. 

SJ.C. Lenox, 2d dc. 

Northampton & Wis- 

cassct, 3d do. 

Worcester, 4th dc. 

Dedham, 1st Tuesd. 

next, after 4th do. 
— — Augusta, 2d Tuesday 

next after 3d do. 
Portland, 4th Tuesd. 

next after 3d do. 
— -Alfred, 6th Tuesday 

next alter 3d do. 
S.C. Hartford, Tolland, 8c 

Dover, 1st Tuesd. 

Windham j 2d do. 

Exeter, 3d do. 

N 



146 



i ^^ New-London, 4th do, 

Bristol, 2d Monday. 

— — Providence, 3d do, 
C. P. Worcester, Monday 
preceding 1st Tuesd 

Hopkinton, 1st Tues. 

*fa — Barnstable, 3d do. 

Paris & Charleston 

N. H. 4th do. 

Dedham, 3d Mond. 

-* — Concord, Monday 
nextpreced. 2d Tue. 

Plymouth. N. H. 

2d do. 
■—— Newburyport,last M 
— Alfred, 2d do. 

C. C. Tolland, 2d do. 
- — Litchfield, 4th do. 
— - — Woodstock, Vt. 

3d Monday, 

Burlington, Vt. last 

Monday save two, 



OCTOBER begins on 
Thursday, 31 days. 
C.F.C. Rutland, 3d day. 
— — Boston, 21st day- 
S.J.C Taunton, 2d Tues 
next after 4th Tues. 
of September. 
«< — Plymouth, 3d Tues. 
next af. 4jh Tues. do. 
— — Barnstable, 4th do. 
next after 4th Tues- 
day of do. 



Cambridge, Stli d»r 

next after 4th Tues. 
day of do. 

Salem, 6th do. next 

after 4th Tues. of do. 
S.C. Lancaster, n.h. 1st 
Tuesday. 

Haverhill,N.H.2d do. 

Keene, 3d do. 

— Amherst, Tuesday 
next following 4th do. 

East-Greenwich, 1st 

Monday. 

S- Kingston, 2d do; 

C.P. Boston and Nantuck- 
et, 1st Tuesday. 
— *-* New -Gloucester, 3d 

do t 
- — Tisbury, last do* 



NOVEMBER begins on 
Sunday 5 30 days. 

C.F.C. Exeter, 2d day. 

— -Providence, 16th do. 

D.F.C. Rutland, 1st Mon. 

— - *— Providence & Hart* 

ford, 3d Tuesday. 

SJ.C. Boston, 4th do. 

S.C. Hartford 2d Tues. 

C.P. Newport, 1st Mon. 
— Plymouth and Port, 
land, 3d Tues. 

C.C. Danbury and Rut; 
land, 3d do. 

— — Middletown, 3d do. 

m+mmi Norwich and New- 
Haven, 4th (Jo* 



147 

on— 



DECEMBER begins 
Tuesday, 31 days. 

D.C.F. Boston and Port- 
land, 1st Tues. 

Exeter, 3d do, 

S. C. Haddam, 2d do. 

Tolland, 3d do. 

— Fairfield, last do. 

— St. Albans, last Tues. 

save one. 
C.P. Worcester ? Monday 
prcceeding 1st Tues. 

— Taunton, Mon. pre- 

ceedine 2d do. 



— Augusta, 2d Tues. 
— Dedlvim and Provi- 

donee, 3d Monday. 

— Cambridge, Monday 
next pre. 3d Tues. 

— Ipswich and Lenox^ 

last Monday. 
,C. Hartford and Wind- 
ham, 1st Tuesday. 

— Litchfield, 2d do. 

— New fane and Chel- 
sea, 2d Monday. 

— Bennington & Guild* 
hall, 3d ditto. 



Ylarlt and QuARfEkLr Meetings of Amends 
for A-ew-England are held^ by a new arrange- 
ment, asfollotvsy viz. 

THE yearly meetingbeginningwith a select meet 
ing at Portsmouth, onllhcde-Island,thC 7th day after 
the second 6th day in the 6th month, at the 9th hour- 
in the morning ; and the public meetings for worship 
to begin on the first day fallowing, both at Newport 
and at Portsmouth, at the 10th hour in the morning, 
and at the 4th hour in the afternoon. The meeting 
for business to begin at Newport, at the 9 th hour, on 
the 2d day morning following. 

This yeariy meeting consists of five quarterly meet- 
ings, by the names of Rhode-Island,. Salem, Sand- 
wich, Falmouth, and Smithficld, to be held as fel- 
lows : — 

Rhodes-Island quarter, on the 5th day before the 
second 6th day of the following months, viz. at Somer- 
set, in the Ist'month ; at E i^t-Greenwich, in the 4th 
t month ; at Portsmouth, on Rhode-Island in the 6tk 
month j and at Providence, in the 10th month. 



US 

Salem quarter, the 3d 5th day at Dover, in the 1st 
HKKitti ; at Saybrook, in the 4th, Berwick the 8th, 
and Salem the 10th months. 

Sandwich quarter, the 6th. day before the last first 
day in the third month, and the 2d 6th day in thfc'5 
12th month at New-Bedford ; the 3d day after tfejfl 
fourth 6th day in the 6th month at Nantucket ; and 4 
the fit&Sth day in the 10th month at Sandwich. 

Falmouth quarter, (District of Maine) the 5th day \ 
before the first 6th day in the 2d month, at Windham* ^ 
the 9th month at Vassalborough, and the 11th month 
at Durham ; and at Falmouth the 5th day before the 
first 6th clay in the 6th month. 

Smithfield quarter, on the 2d 5th day, at Smithfield,. 
in the 2d and" 11th month ; at Liecester in the 5th r 
month ; and at Bolton on the 3d 5th day in the 8th 
month. 



ICF* THE editors of this Register return 
r.heir grateful acknowledgements to those gentle- 
men whose valuable communications have assist- 
ed them in its compilation : a continuance of 
such* favours is respectfully solicited. 

Ihkeepers, on the several great post-roads, will 
confer an obligation on the editors and the public, 
by forwarding their names ; and mail stage pro- 
prietors and others^ by furnishing correct state- 
ments of distances, and of the mails' arrival and 
departure, to tind from the principal cities of the 
United States. 

The editors wish to make the Register as well 
a Taltiable companion to travellers, as an useful 
and convenient vehicle of information to the pub- 
lic generally ; and in promoting these objects no 
uxertionsj hereafter, will be spared. Dec. 1806. 



149 
ROADS — with Innkeepers* name* 



tsic. 



From Neiv London, to 

Bojion. 
VTontvilie Haughton 
Mouvich-Pcrt Kinney 
JevfettVCity 
Plain fie Id 



Sterling 
ffcituate 

Providence < 

Attlcborough 

Wrentham 
Dedham 



Jolmfon 
Eaton 
Ffeid 
Fi/Ii H 
Ammiden 
Aid rich 
C Maun 
p Hatch 
c Event 
2 Polley 
pulle* 




?.crofs the ferry 

Maxwell 



Cleave i l 
Peck 16 

Total Il8 



1 5 



i 7 rc/« New- London tQ 
New- York. 

Parfons 
Pratt 

Crane 



9 Lyme 

Sj^aybrook 

gfKill^Vv^prth 

i Guilford 



Boston 



i Lanphear 

** Rradl«v 



aimer 
Vofe 



JNlw I 



jrd 

L.AVfclN 



Stone 

oa^ioii^ 

2 Butler 



From 
Lynn 

'Salem 

Ipfwich 



Bradley 

Total 9f 

ii/fwi /a Portland 

Ward 
C Tucker 



ivliiford 
tratford 
Fairfield 
Green farms 
SjNorwalk 
am ford 



^Crombey 'JHorfe-neck 



Tretlwell I2jliy 
Newburyport Perkins u'Maroneck 



Hampton Welles 10 



*3 



New-Kochell 
Harlem 



49i 

Clark 10 
Love joy 4 

pCHLlfiCld )D 

Jaflel B 
V.eed 

Davenport 

Knapp 

Quinuu 

Horton 

William 

Haulty 



M fi 



*?3ft 



150 



Middle road from Boilon 

to New-Haven. 

D?dham Amds 1 1 

ditto Ellis 3 

Meclneld Clark 6 

Med way Richard r f)ii 5 

Bellmgham Smith 6 

Mil ford Penniman 4 

Mendon Miller & Fuller 2 

Us: bridge Read 6 

ppix&Qt Dudley 5 

Thompfon Turnpike 4 

ditto Fairbanks 4 

Pom fret Sabin 7 

A (h To r d B o s w o r t h 5 

ditto Perkins 4 

ditto Clark 2 

Wilmington Marcy 4 

"Mansfield Dunham 4 

Coventry • Kimbal 6 

ft Hartford Woodbridge 6 

. ditto Little 9 

Hartford * Lee 1 

■Veathersfield Wright 4 

•'"ortfaington Riley 9 

e p den Robiufon 6 

^'iingford Carrington 4 

Horth- Haven Ives 5 
New-Haven Nichols 

and Butler 8 

1 , 140; 

Weftern poji road from 

Boiton /& New-Haven. 

CaxuSridfifc Brown z 



Watertown Harrington 41 
Waltham Nixon or 

Savage 2& 

ditto . WefTon 4: 

Weftoa Smith 3 

£aft- Sudbury Lrrnard 4< 

ditto Baldwin I 

Sudbury Sttme 1 

ditto Howe 5 

Marlborough Munroe 2 

ditto Williams 3 

Northborough Munroe 5 

Shrewsbury Haven 4 

ditto Slocnmb 2 

ditto Janifon I 

Worcefter Mower 4 • 

Leiccfler Hobart 6 

Spencer Mafori 5 

Brookfield Draper. 3 

Weflern Blair 5 

Palmer Bates 9 

Wilbraham Grofvenor 4 

Springfield Williams io 

Sufnsld > Sykes 4 

V/indfor Bicket 7 

Allen 7 

Hartford Lee 3 

Weathersfield Willams 10 

Middletown Nichols 8 ! 

Durham Canfield 8 ! 

Wallingford Carrington 3 ! 

North-Haven * Ives 6 • 

New* K a yen Brown 7 

149 



151 

0w Providence to Hart-jPuockinghara 
jrd, upper turnpike road jCharltstown 
louceiter . Cook !6! WlNDS0R 

o;7ifret Davis 14 

A&ford Clark 9 

Coventry Bingham 1 1 

p. Hartford Woodbridge 10 
Hartford Goodwin 

and others 10 



Morgan 5 

Ely T 

Petti* >8 

7^6 



Fro/w B of ton /<? A'lbany, 
nearefi route* 



From N. London to Ilari 

trod. ;/^oo turnpike. 
Mcntvilie Baker 8'tforthboiV 

Colcheiter Worthiugton Ujshrowsbury 



Watertown 

Weflon 
Sudbury 

ditto 
Marlborough 

ditto 



Marlborough 
jsjaftenbur? 
Eaft- Hartford 
Hartford 



Buel Skvorceiter" 



Wells 8 

Uphara 5 

Stone 4 

Howe 4J 

Munroe 2^ 

Williams 1\ 

Volentine 

Havens 

Thayor 



Weils 10J d n< Johnfon or Moore 



4] ditto 
£:Hobart 
■"" — [Spencer 
4*£Bfookfieid 



From Hartford to Wind. 

for,^ (Vermont.) 
Windfor C. - — ~ — . S 
S u i nell Sikes 10 

Springfield Williams 10 

~) Lyman 14 
Northampton >Utley . 

J> Clark 5 
DeerfieM Bennet 18 
Brattleborongh 

Dickinfon 1 3 
Putney Stowers 10 

■Wcftiiiinfter Wales 8 



Weftern 

Ware 

Belcher 

ditto 
Hadley 
Northampton 

ditto 
Cbefterfkid 
Mills 
Peru 
Hinsdale 
Dalton 
Pittsficld 



Jones 

Letter 

Jenks 

Ijitchoock 

Blair 

Shaw 5 

Mellen 6 

Gilbert 3| 

Cook 8 

XJtley 4 

Edwards 

Bailey 

Worthington 

Billings 

Moidy 



Williams 
Pepoon or 

Merrick 







152 


9 


New-Lebanon 


Springs 




From New. London 


to 




Betts 


7 


Newport. 




Canaan 


Jones 


2 


Groton 


4 


Stephen town 


Bul-h or 




Stonington 


5 


Schermerhorn 


7 


t'aucatuc bridge 


5 


New Stores 


Lee 


7 


Charleftown . 


8 


Greenbufh 


M'Cowii 


5 


Tower Hill 


17 


Albany 




8 

68 


Ferry 
Newport 


'5 
7* 






- - . . -'■'■ -,,-rr ,. ' f l III ) ' ]** "U. 


49 



MAIL STAGES, 

Boston and Providence JVew IJne Siage, startfcj 

every day, at 8 o'clock a.m. from the Boston Coilit:- 

House, in Hanover-street ; and at the same time 

from Ammidon's and Aldrich's, Providence, Fare, 

Mail Stage for Hartford via Worcester, on the 
Winter Establish ment — leaves Boston -Coffee House 
at half past 8 o'clock a.m. arrives at Worcester at 4 
o'clock p.m. Leaves Worcester next day, at 5 o'clock 
a-m. arrives at Suffield at 5 o'clock p.m. proceeds 
next morning for Hartford, and reaches New -Haven 
at night. 

Mail Stage from Boston to New -York via Provi- 
dence and New-London, Winter Establishment— 
leaves Boston Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 
4 o'clock a.m. arrives at Providence same days, at 
30 o'clock a.m. leaves Providence at 1 ?. m. arrives 
at Norwich at night ; leaves Norwich on TuescUysj 
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 4 a.m. arrives at New- 
London at 7 a.m. and at New-Haven at 7 p.m. same 

days. Returning, leaves New-Haven Mondays, 

Wednesdays and Thursdays, at 5 a.m. reaches Nor- 
wich at night — leaves do. Tuesdays, Thursdays ant] 

{Saturdays, Ai3i. aad arrives atttostga at night. 



INDEX. 



A LMANACK, Page 5 
ljL Attornies Circuit 
Court, Conn, 

Practising Conn 



95 



Fees, 

Allowance, 



(see the counties) 
Academy of arts, &c. 
Cheshire, 
Bacon, 
Banks, 
Courts, 

Co mm. Loans, 
Cities, 
Clergy, &c. 
Candidates and unset- 
tled ministers, 
Colleges — New-Haven, 84 
86 



Ports of entry, 

Restrictions, 

Tares allowed, 

Rates of Coins, 

- — Information gene- 
rally, 
Eclipses, 
145 Freemen's Meeting's, 
135iFree Mason's, 
87- Friends' Meeting, 
77 Governors of States, 

(Indiana Territory, 
83 'Insurance Companies, 



41 

42,43 



49 



Harvard, 
William stown, 
Rhode-Island, 

Dartmouth, 
Connecticut — Govern- 
ment, executive and 
legislative, 

Judicial and Civil, 57 

Hartford county, ' 57 
60 
62' 
05 

67: 



45 

46 
42 
40 

47 



93 

150 

135 

136 

94 

137 

91 

17 

97 



New-Haven, 
New -London, 
Fairfield, 
Windhsin, 
Litchfield, 
Middlesex, 
Tolland, 
Duties — impost, 

Free, 

Tonnage, 

* Payable in, 

Credit, 



n\ 



Louisiana Territory, 
Medical Society, 
Monies of Account, 
Militia, 
Minister s,ConsuIs,8cc. 129 
Missionary Society, 84 
Missisippi Territory, 136 
Michigan Territory, 137 
Mail Stages, 153 

Nomination, Congress, 56 
Assistants, 56 
75 
137 
149 
148 
45 
75 
139 



Notaries,' Conn. 
Orleans Territory, 
sters, Sec. 
Office, 

Vrts of entry, 



67|?ost-M-is 
69*r*st-Offi« 



HJPrbbate Courts, Conn. 
25 Postage, 

31 Population,Wealth,Rc 
o9j - sources, fee. of the 
40| United States, 141 

43|Re£isters Land Office,! 37 



Receiverspub. money, 13? 
Koads, and Inkeepers, 149 
Salaries, 135 

-Surveyors, 96 

Table, Tides, 
* Currencies to dol- 
lars, &c. 20 
— Polls and estates, 23 

* Weight and value 

©f Coins, 



Gc M.O 

"974.6 

;C7673a 

;1808 

1216992 

GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



y 



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THE 



Connecticut 
1 REGISTE 



i 

* s 

^ S 

s 



FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, 



1808 






BEING THE THIRTr-SECOND OF THE 

INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED 

STATES. 



P fcc- 

\m 

I'M 
s air 

i 

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« OBSERVATION. 

'THE hour of night is, many times, more convel ^ 

JL iently estimated by the moon's southing, than llfip 

her rising and sitting, I pS 

To iind the moon's southing : LftkS 1 

R U L E. h^\\i 

. Add three hours to the time of high water on an] j,TI 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and yokeMo 

vviil have the true time cf the moon's southing foLfollo 

that day. ]|giwi 

3ST-TB- If you double the time of the sun's setting Wmi 

you will have the length of the day ; and double tlupdipt 

time of the sun's rising will be the length of the nightMifldl 

_ 4 . _. , , — 1 — h^ { 

Chronological Cycles for the year i8c8.p ( 

Dominical tetter, C B ! Solar Cycle, %$ \ |j 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- | Roman Indiction, 11 
en Number, 4 1 Julian Period, 6521 

Epact, 3 I 

— — — — — —————— — ■ — ' ■ ■' .' -»» | 

Names and Charafters of the Planets. 

or © Sol or Sun, @ or D Luna or Moo n 
$ Herschell. \ Saturn. % Jupiter. % Mars. 
© Tellas, or Earth. ? Venus. $ Mercury. 

Names and Charafters of the AJpects. 
6 Conjunction, or planets situated in the same 1 

longitude. 
□ Quavtile, when they are 90 degrees distant 

from each other. 
$ Opposition, when they are 180 degrees dis* 

tent. 
A Trine, when they are 120 degrees distant, 
vfc Sextile, is when two planets or stars, are 69 

deerscb distant. 



VI'.: 



h. 


7?;. 


sec. 




1 


£ 


36") 




2 


7 


00 I 


Apparent 


2 


52 


00 I 


time 


2 


53 


48 f 


in the 


3 


40 


36 


morning. 


4 


S9 


00 J 





ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1808. 

HERE will be five Eclipses this year ; three of 
of the Sun and two of the Moon, in the following or- 
der, viz. - 

I. T\\q first will be a visible and total Eclipse of 

:he Moon, May 10th, in the morning, by calculation 

is follows, viz. 

Be 'ginning oi the Eclipse, 

^Beginning of total darkness, 

•J Ecliptic' § 

Middle of the Eclipse, 

End of total darkness, 

End of the Eclipse, 

Duration of total darkness 1 hour and 33| minutes. 

Whole duration of the Eclipse, 3 hours, 30 minutes 

and 24 sec. —Digits eclipsed 18 8-10 from south side 

of the earth's shadow. 

. II. The second will be of the Sun, May 25th, invi- 
sible. The conjunction will be at 6h. 32m. 30 sec. in 
the morning ; ) 's long, rj 4° 0' j 'slat, 1° 9'i S. 

III. The third will be ol the Sun, October 19th in- 
visible. The conduction will be Oh. 7m. 30 sec. af- 
ternoon ; J'slong. £. -6°3 ; — J'slat, 1 Q tclP S. 

IV. The fourth will be a great Eclipse of the 
Moon, the 3d day of November, visible and total, as 
follows : 

j h. m. sec. 

Beginning, 1 45 0~^* 

Begins to be total, 2 52 20 f A PP arent 

Middle of the Eclipse, 3 41 40>. ll "? e 

End of total dirkness, 4 31 C0\ ln the 

End of the Eclipse, 5 38 2 oJ m0rnin ^ 

Duration of total darkness lh. 38m. 40 sec. Whole 
Turation of the Eclipse 3h. 53m. £0 sec. Digits E- 
:iipsed 18 1-9. 

V. The fifth will be of the Sun, November 17th, at 
10 o'clock, 8 minutes, in the evening, invisible. 



J-^JLGBB/w 



h 



jvi 1 AJLE jVc-lvi^ the difference of High-Water at J eve 

p lie es from New- London* 
i^T^HFL fixth column of each montb'y page fiiews \ 
.4 time : of High-water at New-London, New-Yoi 
Viizibe'chtown-PoiRt, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlope 
[Cock-Spur, in Georgia, end Brunfwick, in North-Car 
iina — to which if you add and fubtract as in the annexi 
table, you will have the tune of high-water at the fc 
lowing places. — (A) fliews that the annexed quantitu 
[of time muft be added; (3) fubtra&ed— (H) ftandj f, 
hours, (VI) for minutes. 



Names of Places 
Albany 
Am boy 

Annapolis, Mar. 
[Annapolis, Noxf. 
i'New-Bedford 
B of I on 
Burlington 
Canfo 
Cape-Ann 
Cape Fear 
Cafco Bay 
Charleston Bas 
Fairfield 

Frederick t Gp$&gfaj & 
Georgetown Bar S 



In 



Guilford 
Hackenfack 
Halifax 
Hell Gate 
Hartford 

ilin&ham 

Huntington 

[ipfyrici 

[Jamestown 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
S 
A 
A 
A 



[&mgftpwn t '£y^»/y A 



jLonifoourgh 
[Maiu Ocean 
(M >.brlle Point 



H . M . I Names of Places, 
6 30jNewburypo'rt A 

45 New-Haven A 

2 c New- Providence S 

3 o Newtown Landing A 

1 12 Norwich Landing A 



z fijPenobfcot 
o 20 Penfacola 
2 50 Philadelphia 
2 45 Pifcataway 



2o 



3 
3 

o 
2 

2 
2 
o 
6 

3 

o 

5 o 
1 30 



o Plymouth 
J5jPolepels Ifland 
Port Royal, S. C. 
t'ortfmouth 
Providence 
Purifburgh, S. C» 
Quebec 
lleedy-Ifland 
Rhode- Ifland 
Salem 

Sandy-Hod* 
Savannah 
Saybrook 
St. Auguftine, B. 
St. John's, Neuf. 
Sunbury, Georgia, 
Tybee Bar 
White Stone 
Williamlburg, Va. 
Wilmington, "\ T . C. 



4 5 



A 
S 
A 
A 
A 
A 
S 
A 
S 
S 
A 
A 
S 
A 
S 

A 
S 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



2 4 

is 

I 2 



O 
20 
40 

35 

o I 

3D 

45 
o 



3 
2 15 

G 45 

2 45 

45 

1 12 

2 15 

1 25 

3 °\ 
3^ 
o 5 

2 45 
2 15J 
2 15' 



JAJNUAKY, hath 31 days. 



First qr.5 day,4h. 7m. utU 
Full mo. 13 day, 1 Oh. 44. m. 



Lastqr. 20 u. 6h.19m.iv. 
New m. 27d. I ih. 22m m. 



M|W| Calendar, Sec. |®n-|©s.|F. sea.|t\ > b . 



Circumcision. 



7 28 14 S3 12 ( 



iftw ex}icct\7 27\% ob 1 

2d. after Christmas. |7 27J4 33 

Snow or rainfr 26(4 3 ' 



7 26 4 34 
7 25[4 35 

2 5 f 4 35 
7 24J4 36 

24-4 36 
7 23^4 37 
7 22*4 38 
7 21 4 39, 
7 2l[4 39i 
7 20;4 40 



21 
22 
23 t 
2 



D Ap. D0D 

Epiphany. 

O si. of cl. 7m. 

Cold 
7 weather 

C 1st. sund. after Ep. 

near this 
T*s. south 7h. 52m. 
Full moon, time 

Sjiovj or 
bull tides. rain 7 19 

7 Q flow of clock, 10 in .7 IS 
2d sund. aft. Epiph. ,7 18 
} > 6 H% . j) perigee. T 17 
Lowry voeath. 7 16 
in Z& 1 1 ufteni. 7 15 

CQ3. 
i vpns low. 

& 9 J) • ffctjre moder 
>d. aft. Epiph. o/e. 7 i lj4 49 

-onver.St.PauI. D0 ^,7 10J4 50 
Falling- weather abouiyt 9J4 5 1 
\ T evv moon. (7 8j4 52 

fAtf& daym 7 4 5 
3 flow of clock 14m. \7 6 154 
7*s. so. 6h; 35m. 7 

3i!c J 4th aft. E^pW. 7 



ft. 43 

1 24 

2 6 

2 4$ 

3 3 1 

4 15 



4 4 
|4 42 
4 42 
4 4 

f 44 1 
445 2 



5 52 

6 45 

7 38 

8 33 

9 27 
10 20 

12 
morir 
3 




7 14(4 46 

7! 3(4 4; 
7 I2j4 4£ 



8 46 

9 4-i 
10 4 
1 1 40 
morn 

3S 

1 35 

2 33 

3 29 

4 26 

5 18 

6 9 
3 ns. 

6 2 it 
/ 31] 

8 41 

9 51 
54^11 1 
45jinorn 

16 

1 22 

2 30 



Ob 

q.2 
27 
2 



4 55)11 



o o 

4 29 

5 19 

6 9 
j) set 

6 20 

7 2i: 

8 2]] 

9 h c i 



rmmuAKX nath 29 days. 



First qr. 4d. Ih. 44m, aft, 
Full mo. Ild. llh.Gm. aft. 



Last q. l8d.3h. Om. morll 
New m. 26d. 3h. 56m,mi 



M|W| Calendar, fee. }©ri.|®s.|F. sea.|rj) sff j. 



f 10 



i j 

H5 
tt<a 

I 



co/</|7 2 
Pur.B. V.M.Candlemas 7 1 



5 Or. Elon. 



Chilly weather 7 

near 6 59 



*/tf*6 57 
^'w^.j6 56 
6 55 



5th aft. Epiph 

Sup. 6* © £ . Dhigh. 
Jfbr? pleasant 

O si. of cl. 15m. 
| a O h • full moon. 
jhigh tides, pretty 6 49 

]) Perigee.^ood' wcathcr\6 48 

Septnages. Valen. |6 46 



6 54 
6 5 
6 51 
6 50 



LO0.*« 



Cold 6 45 






weather andfi 4 
ttftesijf cr ?u77?. 6 42 
O 5 . D runs low. 6 4 1 
£V in X 1 afterm 6 40 

> rum low. 6 38 

Sexages. stm. 6 

[lot; 6 O 5 • £e>wr? 6 3 

ft&l i and 
(St. Ivlath. s;zow 

O si. of clock 13m. 
New moon. r7/;7/?/ 

"j> apogee, te&itf* 

Quinquages. Sund. 

I.owry weather 



6 34 
6 33 
6 32 
6 30 
6 29 



458 
459 


] 

3 
4 



5 

6 

7 

9 

5 10 

5 11 

5 12 

14 

o 15 

16 

5 18 

5 19 

20 

5 22 

5 23 

5 24 

5 26 

27 

5 2£ 

3 oO 

5 31 

6 23,5 32 
G 27(5 33 



aft. 55 

1 18 

2 1 

2 47 

3 35 



8 55 

.9 49 

10 42 

11 36 
iio rn 

30 

i a 

2 2-ij 

3 17 
13 

8 



5 1 

38 

8 23 

9 7 
9 49 

10 32 

11 15 



10 16 

11 13 
morn 

10 

1 8 

2 6 

2 31 

3 33 

4 36 

5 21 
j)ris 

6 17 

7 31 

8 46 

9 58 
il 10 
morr 

16 

1 23 
2 
3 14 

3 56 

4 39 

5 11 
5 43 

3>SJt 
7 

8 5 

9 3 



The planet (?) Venus will be morning star, 
■V<'.-r2d. from thence evf nine star tr» {he vpar'srwl. 



MARCH hath 31 days. 



First qr. 5d. 9h. 8 m. mo. 


Last qr. 19d. lh. 6f\ t . m. 


Full mo. 12d.9h. 34 m. m. 


New m. 26d.9h. 24m. af. 


M W | ; Calendar, fcc. ' |®r. |@s.|F\ sea.jr, 3 s. 


1 3 


Shrove Tues. St. Dav. 


626 


5 34.11 57 9 55 


.2 4 


Ash Wednes. Lent. 


625 


5 35!aft. 35 


10 48 


3 5 


Rai?i, then 


623 


5 37 


I 41 


11 52 


4 fi 


7*s set at midnight. 


6 22 


5 38 


2 K 


morn. 


' 5 7 


□ O D pleasant. 


621 


5 39 


3 $ 


46 


6 I 


Ust in lent. 


6 19 


541 


4 2 


1 36 


7 3 


3) "runs high. 


6 18 


5 42 


4 55 


2 27 


8 3 


O si. of clock 11m. 


616 


5 44 


5 5C 


3 9 


i' 1 


So?ne pleasant 


6 15 


5 45 


6 45 


3 52 


10 5 


weather 


6 14 


5 46 


7 3< 


4 35 


11 e 


near this time. 


612 


,5 48 


8 31 


5 18 


12 7 


' Full moon. J) perigee. 


6 11 


5 49 


9 26 


3 -rise 


[is 1 


) 2d in lent. 


6 10 


5 50 


10 22 


7 45 


14 5 


1 Very high tides. 


6 8 


5 52 


1J 19 


8 57 


f* : 


! Cold blustering 


6 7 


553 


morn. 


10 19 


16' 


t O slow of clock 8 m. 


6 5 


5 55 


17 


11 14 


17 


> J) runs low. and 


6 4 


5 56 


1 15 


morn. 


IS 1 


i snow or rain. 


6 3 


5 57 


2-13 


20 


■f 9 - 


r □ . O* 3 Uncomfortable 


6 1 


559 


3 10 


1 12 


20] 


3 O in T 2 afternoon* 


6 


6 


4 S 


2 4 


2 i < 


2 7*sset 11 o'clock. 


5 58 


6 2 


4 55 


2 42 


22 


3 weather, rain or 


557 


6 3 


5 42 


3 20 


23 ■ 


i slow clock 6 min. 


556 


6 4 


6 28 


3 50 


H 


5 * snow. Chilli). 


5 54 


6 6 


7 12 


4 21 


. 25 


5 Ann. of Ii. V.M. 


5 53 


6 7 


r 55 


4 52 


16 


r New moon. } Apog. 


5 51 


6 9 


8 38 


Jsete 


17 


3 4th in lent. 


5 50 


6 10 


9 20 


7 4 


' 8 


2 6X2 Pleasant, 


5 49 


611 


10 4 


8 1 


39 


3 then rain. 


5 47 


6 13 


10 48 


8 5<: 


\0 


4 Windy weather. 


5 46 


6 14 


11 35 


9 53 


3' 


5 D runs bis-h. 


5 4- 5 


6 \5 


kfo M 


10 48 



APjKIL hath 30 days. 



First qr. 4d. Oh. 41 m. mo. Last qr. 17d.0h. 49m. aft, 
Full moon 10d.6h. 39m. af. New m.25d. 2h. 41m. af 



M.|W| Calendar, he. |©ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r. j) s 






1 


6 


D runs high. 5 


43 6 17 


1 12 


11 15 


2 


7 


Pleasant 


5 


41 


619 


2 2 


morn.] 


r. 


B 


5 th in Lent. 


5 


40 


6 20 


2 53 


27 


4 


> 


u O D %v eat her 


5 


39 


621 


3 46 


1 10 


5 


i 


near these d.tys. 


5 


3S 


622 


4 37 


1 54 


•(. 


i 


Qslow of cl. 2m. 


5 


37 


6 23 


5 3C 


2 31 


7 


a 


then comes rain, 


5 


35 


6 25 


6 2: 


3 8: 


8 




7% set 9h 50m. 


5 


33 


627 


7 \( 


3 47j 


9 


7 


S Perige. and fierhafis 


5 


32 


b'2S 


8 r. 


4 16 




B 


Palm Sun. Full moon. 


5 


30 


6 30 


9 < 


3 rise 1 


1 


2 


Full tides, thunder. 




28 


6 32|10 i 


7 53 


i2 


3 


P-leasant 


5 


27 


6 33-11 8 


9 3, 


i . 


i 


Qand cl. even. cco/J5 


25 


6 3 5"; morn 


10 ftj 


i 


5 


3) tun 3 low. 5 


24 


6 36 : < 


11 Hi 


i 


5 


Good Friday. ahouPS 23 


6 37J 1 8 


morn.! 


l 


/ 


£/*^<se days.\5 


22 


5 38 2 5 


8 ! 


l 


3 


Easter Sunday. □ 3 J5 


21 


6 39 


2 58 


48 1 


18 


j 


Est. "Monday. Warmo 


20 6 40 


3 47 


1 2p 


1 


3 


O in y 4 aft. {5 


19 ( : 6 41 


4 3^ 


2 1 


2 ' 




; ^ gr. elong. 6 Q % \5 


18 6 42 


5 18 


2 32 


2 


; 


Plea,Mm\5 


16 6 1-4 


6 6 


2 59 


2 2 


ft 


then rain if n oi. 5 


15 6 45 


6 43 


3 26 


23 


j 


5 Apogee. §QM \5 


14 6 4-6 


7 2( 


3 54 


W 


D 


1st. af. East. L. Simj5 


13 6 47 


S 9 


4 23 


25 


9 


St. Mark, lhimdcr;5 


12 6 48 1 


8 53 


3 sets 


J 8*5 


(New moon. D Apo. 5 


}C 


) 50 


9 S$ 


7 54 


27-' 


7*s. set 8h. 39«n.. ;5 


h 


6 5 | 


10 26 


8 34 


28 . 


Pleasant { $ 


7 


5 53 


11 15 


9 14 


29 6 


3 fast of clock 3 m. 5 


( 


"5 54 


aft. 5 


10 15 


30 


7 


iveatkcTA 


5 


5 


6 5 5 


5^ 


.11 ]. 6 



MAY hath 31 days. 


Firstqr. 3d. llli.55m.mor. 


Lastqr.17d.2h. 15m.m.j 


FuHm. Ijid. 2h. 52m. mor. 


^ew in.25d.6h. 32m, m.| 


M 


W | Calendar, &£< j @ri.|^s.fF.sea.|r. j) s. 


1 


B2d* af. East. S& Thif, 


5 4 6 56 1 46 


ill 55 


2 


2 


Pleasant 


5 3 


657 


2 3.6 


morn. 


3 


3 


D03 weather for 


5 2 


6 58 


3 27 


1 35 


4 


4 


Gen. Elect. Newport. 


5 1 


6 59 


4 17 


1 9 


5 


5 


several days 


5 C 


7 


5 7 


1 44 


6 


6 


St. John Evan. 


4 3£ 


7 1 


6 1 


2 18 


7 


7 


Perhafis rain 


4 58 


7 2 


6 55 


2 52 


8 


B 


3d. af. East. D Pereg. 


4 57 


7 3 


7 53 


3 26 


9 


2 


§ O *2 Full tides. 


4 5G 


7 4 


8 52 


4 


10 




Moon totally eclipsed. 


4 5^ 


7 5 


9 54 


D rise 


11 


4 


(Full moon. Cool 


4 54 


7 6 


10 55 


9 2 


12 


5 


Gen. Elect. Hartford. 


4 53 


7 7 


11 55 


9 55 


13 


6 


weather and 


4 52 


7 8 


morn. 


10 49! 


1 4 


7 


0&. of cl. 4m. 


451 


7 9 


O 51 


11 27 


16 


8 


4th after Easter. 


4 5C 


7 10 


1 43 


morn. 


16 


2 


more rain near 


449 


7 11 


2 $# 


5 


17 


3 


Q0) this time. 


4 48 


7 12 


3 18 


35 


18 


i 


Mazy mornings. 


447 


7 13 


4 2 


1 6 


1? 


5 


Pretty good A< 46 


7 14 


4 44 


1 32 


20 


5 


D Apogee weather. 


4 45 


7 15 


5 26 


1 59 


21 


7 


in n 3 morn. 


4 4^ 


7 16 


6 8 


2 27 


22 


B 


5th after Easter. 


4 43 


7 17 


6 51 


2 56 


23 


o 


Pleasant 


4 42 


718 


7 37 


O O 1 


24 


J 


weather. 


4 42 


7 18 


8 23 


4 6 


25 


! 


O eclip. G.E.Boston 


4 4! 


7 19 


9 12 


5 sets 


2 6 


5 


Ascen. day. H. Thurs 


4 4C 


7 SO 


10 2 


8 29 


27 


6 


Sup. 6 © g Dull. 


4 39 


721 


10 53 


9 13 


28 


7 


lowrif } then 


4 3? 


721 


11 43 


9 58 


29 


B 


Sund. aft. Ascen. 


4 Sfc 


7 22 


aft. 33 


10 36 


30 


2 


pleasant. 


4 37 


7 23 


1. 23 


11 15 


SI 3 


O fast of clock 3m. 4 3; 


7 23 


2 12 


1 1 46 



JUNE hath 30 clays. 


First qr. Id. 7h. 36m. aftr. 


Last qr.15d.5h. 21m. at. 


Full m. 8d. lGh. 47m. mo. 


New m.23d 8h. 9m. aft. 


MjVv | Calendar, Sec. | ©ri.((5)s.|F.sea.|r. 3 s 


»4 


a©]) i^zV4 36 i 7 24 


3 2 


morn. 


m 


weather. 


436 


7 24 


3 51 


18 


o 


fast of cl. 2rn. 


4 35 


7 25 


4 43 


50 


4 


7 


D Perigee. $f<m 


4 34 


7 26 


5 3f 


1,23 


5 


K 


Whit Sunday. exfiec; 


134 


7 26 


6 33 


2 3 


6] 2 


a welcome 


i 33 


7 27 


7 33 


2 42 


713 
8k 


Q 2/ rCZ72 ?2£#; 


133 


727 


8 33 


3 21 


Fjajl moon. .5 #^ 


i 33 


727 


9 $4 


3 rise 


9]5 


Tides swell. te. 




728 


10 3: 


' 8 34 


1016 
i 


I.,owrij. fierhafi-. 


4 3i 


728 


11 2£ 


9 17 


\m 


St. Barnabas, thunder. 


132 


.'28 


mom 


10 00 


12;B 


Trinity sunday. 


(.31 


7 29 


2C 


10 3 V 1 


i$2 


and clock even. 


4 31 


7 29 


1 7 


11 3 


\4\3 


./for weather 


4*S1 


729 


1 53 


1131 


15|4 


a© 3 rAww 


431 


7 29 


/2 37 


11 59 


16J5 


Q F a!,'5j Mf?7 


4 31 


7 29 


3 20 


morn. 


17J6 


7*s. rise Oh. 9m. mor. 


4 31 


7 29 


4 3 


27 


187 


j) Apogee. co?nes 


4 30 


7 30 


4 44 


55 


19B 


I st after Trinity. 


4 30 


7 30 


5 28 


1 23 


202 


hot weather 


ISO 


7 30 


6 14 


: 2 1 


21,3 


in 25 11 morn. 


4 30 


7 30 


7 2 


2 43 


22'4 


rain and thunder 


4 30 


7 30 


7 52 


3 26 


2V5 


New moon. Full tides. 


4 30 


7 30 


8 42 


5 sets 


24;6 


St. John Baptist. 


1 30 


7 30 


9 33 


7 51 


25J7 


A spell of 


^ 31 


7 29 


10 2/ 


8 25 


2SjE 


2d aft. Trinity. 


i-ai 


7 29 


11 15 


9 9- 


27 


a 


ftleasant wraths 


131 


7 29 


ait. 5 


9 42 


28 


s 


near these days. 


t 31 


7 29 


54 


10 15 ; 


29 


1 


St. Peter. -Foggy A ft 3 1 


7%f 


I 43 


10 47 


301: 


slow of clock 3 m. '4 31 


7 2? 


2 33 


11 20 



• J ^ Ij X 



First qr. Id. Oh. 58m. m. | Last qr. 15d. lOh.bm. m. 


Fuil mo. 7d. 7h. 16m. af. | New mo. 23d. 7h.31m,m. 


First quarter 30 day, 5h. 34m. morning. 


M|\V| Calendar, Sec. | <5)ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r. 1 s. 


*1 


6 $ gr. eloDga. Q © ]) 4 32|7 28 3 26 


morn. 


, 2 


7 Visit. B.V.M. 3) per. 


4 32,7 28 4 U 


6 


3 


B 3d after Trinity. 


4 32 


7 28] 5 15 


53 


4 


2 Independ. iVcm awd 


4 33 


7 27| 6 K 


1 30 


5 


o 
o 


0slow of clock 4m. 


4 33 


7 27j 7 13 


2 8 


6 


4 


thunder , 


4 33 


7 271 8 li 


2 46 


7 


5 


Full moon. 


4 34 


7 26 ! 9 8 


j rise 


8 


6 


Warm weather 


4 34 


7 26; 10 S 


7 48 


-o 


7 


these days 


4 35 


725J10 53 


8 22 


K, 


B 


4th after Trinity. 


4 36 


7 24J11 40 


8 .57 


11 


rt 


jVow expect 


436 


7 24 


morn 


9 26 


12 


3 


rain more or less. 


4 37 


7 23 


25 


9 56 


13 


4 


7*s rise Oh 28m. morn. 


4 38 


7 22 


1 S 


10 23 


14 


5 


Hot weather 


4 38 


7 22 


1 52 


10 51 


15 


6 


DOD these 


1 39 


721 


2 35 


11 21 


16 


7 


D Apogee. cfays. 


140 


7 20 


3 18 


11 52 


J7 


| . 


Uh after Trinity. 


140 


7 20 


4 3 


morn 


18 


9 


J^jfj 


i 4i 


7 19 


4 51 


33 


19 


3 


mornings. 


142 


7 18 


5 39 


' 1 15 


20 


4 


3 slow of clock 6m. 


143 


7 17 


' 6 28 


2 05 


21 


5 


JLowry arid warm 


1 43 


7 17 


7 21 


2 5C 


22 


6 


3 in SI 10, afternoon. 


1 44 


7 16 


8 13 


3 47 


23 


7 


D0| New moon. 


145 


7 15 


9 5 


>set- 


24 


B 


5th after Trinity. 

St. James. Full tides, 


1 46 


7 14 


9 56 


7 41 


25 2 


i 47 


7 13 


10 47 


8 U 


26 3 


Dog days begin. A5w; 


148 


7 12 


11 37 


8 4i 


27 4 


comes mor> 


1 4P 


7ll| 


aft. 2 8 


9 2! 


23J5 


5 Perigee. rm? 


150 


7 1 01 


1 20 


9 5( 


29J6 


luf.. 6 © § 72<°tfT 


151 


/ 9 2 13 


10 3;- 


307 


Q O D ftlfli toze 


1 52 


7 8 3 8 


11 19 


F 


B 


7th after Trinity. 


153 7 i 4 4 mom. 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 



Full nio. od.dii. Urn. m. 


New mo. 21d.5h. 23m. af. 


Last qr. 14d.§ li. 5Amm\ 


First qr. 28d. lOh 53m.m« 


IV || Calendar, kc, |@n.j ©s. |P.sea.|r. 3) s. 


1 


2 Lammas. l1(J ggy 


4 54 


7 6 


5 1 


5 


2 


3 Sup. 6 © $ misty 


\55 


7 5 


5 59 


55 


o 
O 


4 and rain about 


4 56 


7 4 


6 55 


1 56 


4 


5 these days 


4 57 


7 3 


7 50 


2 57 


5 


6 i© slow of cl. 5m. 


4 58 


7 2 


8 43 


3 57 


6 


7 iFull moon . 


459 


7 1 


9 31 


3 rise 


r 


B:8th after Trin. 


5 


7 


10 2D 


7 *59 


8 


2.D0J Perhaps 


5 1 


6 59 


11 3 


8 12 


9 


3 rain and thunder. 


5 2 


,6 58 


11 47 


8 25 


10 


4 7*s rise lOh 38m. 


5 4 


6 56 


morn. 


8 55 


11 


5 D Apogee. 


5 5 


6 55 


-SO 


9 24 


12 


6 Pleasant 


5 6 


6 54 


1 14 


9 53 


i a 


7 weather, the?, 


5 7 


6 53 


J 59 


10 32 


14 


B 9th after Trin. D0) 


5 8 


6 52 


2 45 


11 14 


15 


2 Assumption, rain anc 


5 9 


6 51 


3 35 


11 57 


16 


3 $£gr. elon. perhaps 


5 11 


6 49 


4 22 


11 58 


17 


i thunder ana 


5 12 


6 48 


5 13 


mom. 


18 


5 lightning. 


5 13 


6 4r% 


6 4 


43 


19 


5 O slow of clock 3m. 


5 14 


6 46 


6 57 


2 16 


20' 


A spell of 


5 16 


6 44 


7 49 


3 49 


21] 


BlOthaf.Trin. 6 O D 


5 17 


6 43 


8 41 


Dsets 


OC, ( 


I good weather. 


5 18 


6 42 


9 33 


6 51 


23: 


5 in tt£ 5 morn. 


5 19 


6 41 


10 25 


7 25 


24' 


i Com. Dartmouth, 


521 


6 39 


11 18 


8 


25 J 


> ( J) per. JVbw 


5 22 


6 38 


aft. 12 


8 40 


Stt'e 


> 7*s rise 9h 39m. 


523 


6 37 


1 8 


9 20 


27 5 


comes rain 


5 25! 


6 35 


2 5 


10 18 


28 1 


3 Uth after Trinity. 


5 26 


6 34 


3 2 


10 57 


2PS 


5 St. John Baptist. 


5 27 


6 33 


4 1 


11 56 


30 : 


I O and clock even. 


5 28] 


6 & 


4 55 


fhorn. 


hit 


Common. Cambridge. 


5 30 ( 6 30 


5 50* 55J 



c 



j>E fTJS Nl ttKR iiatly 00 days. 



|. Full mo.4d. 5\u 54m, ait. 
^ [Last q r. 12d. 9h. 43m.af. 

M|VV| Calendar, 1kc~ [©il|@s.| F.sea.|r>>? 



Newm. 20d. W* 40m. m. 
First q. 26d. 6h. 9m. ait 



5 31j6 

JO?/: 



7*srise 9h. 7m. 

More rain. 
Dog clays end. 
12th af. Trin.. £03 
2 <?0 2/ 

Fleamit 
Com. Providence. 
Nativ.B.V.M. (3 Ap 
weather 
r© fast of cl. 4m.' 
8 13th a£ Trin. 6 © $ 
iDOD JStonv expect 

3 ; more rain. 54716 

1 Com.NJiaven. p>49f0 

d . Pleasant^ then] 5 50)5 

6 :7*s rise 8h 23m. 5 51 [6 

icziTU) anap 5 bio 
B 14th after Trin. |5 5416 



p 34 6 
Z 3: [6 
5 3G 6 

5 o b jo 
5 4016 

5 4316 
5 4'4ra 
5 46-6 



* 



14th after Trin. 

som^ ram.- 5 50*0 

\ T ew mo. High tfcfG&.*5 57*5 

St. Matth. J) perigee h 59 j-5 

3 in=a= 1 aftern. fe cb 

Windy *fi lb 

1 5 tli after Trinity. j6 4j5 
3Q3 fe6 &5 

r<2m f/i 6. 7 '5 
fast of cl. 10m. 6 8*5 

%enty lb 9 ; 5 
7*srise7h. 33m. 6 11 '5 



2:> 


6 42 


2f 


7 32 


2( 


8 19 


2 2 


9 4 


2; 


9.49 


2 r 


10 33 


o 


! 1 1 6 


9 « 


aonj. 


i t 


1 ° 1 


I V 


46 


H 


1 3-i 


14 


2 22 


I f 


3 11 


n 


4 2 


1C 


4 53 


c 


5 44 


7' 


6 o 6 


C 


7 28 


4 


8 20 


5 


h 9 15 


I 


1 9 


( 


i r 


59 


ift. 6] 



4 1C 
3 rise 



7 


o i 


8 


4 


3 


37 


9 


1 S 


10 





10 


49 


11 




ulQ 










!'! 1 

2 



04 

4:91 



5 2/ 
3 sets 

6 42 

7 26' 

O 1 ll 



4\V0 

ill 1 

>?mo*n. 

:9j 3 
M 1 $ 

W 2 10 







\y^iui3ii.xi Qisn 


n o i 


clay 


s. 




cull m. 4d. 9h. 31m. mo. 1 l\e\v m.l9d. Oh. 7m. aitr. 


•Vist qt% 12d.2h. 19m. af. j First qur- 26d. 4\u 23m. 


vi 


|W| Calendar, &c. | 


© 1L 


(v}s.|F.sea.|r. j) s. 


1 


7 ©Histoid. 11m. 


£33 


5 48 7 11 3 11 


o 


! 3jl6th alter Trinity. 


313547 


7 55 


4 13 


3 


2 J7*s rise 7h23ni. 


5 15545 


8 39 


5 9 


4 


3 jFnll moon. pah 


5 1 6 5 44 


9 22 


j) rise 




i \ way be expected 


3 17 ( 5 43 


10 6 


6 13 




5 1© Apogee. thei 


5 19 r 5 41 


10 5) 


6 48 


'7 


5 «07?ze fileamni 


5 20 ! 5 40 


11 38 


7 24 




7 J weather. 


62l|5 39 


morn 


8 7 




3 !1 7th aft. Trinity. 


;>23|5 37 


2t 


8 50 


.(. 


2 


Windy 


5 24 


iff o/- 
.5 oo 


1 14 


9 42 


i i 


•-> 


tj eat her 


6 26 


5 34 


2 £ 


i0 34 


[% 


£ 


□ © 3) about, this time. 


6 27 


5 o3 


2 5:" 


11 39 


IL 


.5 


JS'hw vou may 


6 28 


5 32 


3 4: 


norn. 


1 4 


5 


'look for 


r 50 


5 30 


4 SS 


34 


15 


? 


rain if not 


6 31 


5 29 


5 2C 


1 40 


U 


b 


18th af. Trin. thunder, 


6 32 


5 28 


6 i: 


2 46 


i* 


; 


7*s rise 6h. 30m. 


■". O ,< 


5 26 


7 C 


3 56 


it 


3 


Ston.B.Asso. St. Luke. 


6' 5:* 


5 25 


8 ] 


5 6 


1 i 


" 


->un eclipsed. 6 Q J) 


6 3( 


5 24 


8 57 


3 sets 


;( 




3 perigee. Full tides. 


esc 


5 22 


9 57 


6 8 


2 ] 


) 


6 9 D 6 h D 


r o r 


5 21 


10 57 


7 1 


-; C 


7 
1 


last of cl. 16m. 


5 4C 


5 20 


11 5S 


7 55 


"\ c \ 


;V 


19 st after Trin. 


6 42 


5 18 


aft. 58 


8 57 


1 ' 


J 


(O m ''i 9 morn. 


645 


1 17 


1 56 


10 


j; 


3 


Squally and 


6 4- 


) 16 


2 50 


11 5 


-' 


i'j 


GQj) n>//z. 


6 4, 


> 15 


3 42 


morn. 


V 


5-} 5 great elongation. 


5 4' 


; 13 


4 30 


10 




6 St*. Si in on h. Jude. 


5 4J 


3 12 


5 15 


1 11 


M" 


7 6 O g jCowry, 


6 4'. 


> 11 


5 59 


2 13 


JOB 20th after Trinity. 


6 5 I 


5 9 


6 42 


3 11 




2 


Kazy, cool 


6 5: 


J 3/25 


4 10 



NOVEMBER hnth 31 days. 


Fail m. 3d. 3h. 40m. mo. 


New ni . 1 7d . 1 Oh .8m .ait r. 


Last qr. lid. -4h< 54m 1 . in, 


First qr. 24d 6h. 16m. af 


MJW| Calender, &c |(;;}rr|{v)sJiAsca.|r.®s. 


1 3 Ail saints. 


6 53.3 7i 8 9i 5 5 


2>j Pleasant. Hazy 


6 54 5 6J 8 53; 6 A 


3 5 Moon totally eclipsed. 


5 55 


5 5 9 39 3 rise 


4,6 


((?03 J Apogee. 


6 57 


5 '3 10 26 6 8 


57 


rt72(i rain. 


6 58 


5 2 11 14 


6 53 


6B 2 1st. after Trin. 


659 


5 1 


morn. 


7 38 


72 


Some good 


7 


5 


2 


8 32 


8 3 


weather these days. 


7 1 


159 


51 


9 26 


9j4 


©fast of cl. 16m. 


7 3 


4 57 


1 39 


10 26 


H>,5 


7*s south Oh. 28m. mo. 


7 4 


\ 56 


2 28 


11 27 


11 


6 


St. Matthew. a0D 


7 5 


4 55 


3 16 


morn 


12 


7 


& Dull rainy and 


7 6 


154 


4 4 


32 


12 


El 


2 2d after Trinity. 


7 7 


153 


4 55 


1 38 


14 


2 


7Y/£ planets say thun- 


7 8 


4 52 


5 46 


2 47 


15 


3 


der but I hardly be- 


7 9 


151 


6 39 


3 57 


16 


4 


]) perigee. #ew th?nU7 10 


t 50 


7 36 


4 59, 


l? 


5 


Sun eclipsed. & 5 fe.i ] 


4 49 


8 35 


J sets 


is 


6 


(c5©i;7i2 


k 48 


9 37 


5 35 


If 


7 


Full tides. [7 13 


% 4 7 


10 39 


6' 38 


3(J 


B 


23d after Trinity, \7 1,4 


!. 4 c 


\ 1 41 


7 42 


*' 


2 


Unsettled*! 1 ? 


1 45 


t*%38 


8 4P 


22 


3 


Qin/ 6 morn. [7 1,6 


i 44 


1 3) 


9 5'i 


2 2 


j. 


ra/rcy <wca.ih5rtt 17 


1 4 3 


*2 22 


10 5- c 


2 1 


5 


QOD <Aj*Jftf5 


4 42 


3 9 


mom. 


~3 


> 


d&yj, ?^??J? i: 


4 4 1 


3 53 


2 


afir 


O fast o'clock 12 in%, |7 l r 


I. 4 1 


4 37 


1 ) 


27 13 


Advent Sunday. 72 


i 40 


5 19 


2 


# 


7*s south 1 ih. 12m. ;7 2 ! 


l 3 Q 


6 2 


2 5r 


2^3 


wnu-g&od w&aiker.\7 2 2 


:• 38 


6 46 


3 52 


30 


1. 


St. A'Hre'v. j) «\f*o*?J7&£ 


1 S8 


7 30 


4 43 



? DiLCEMii^R hath 3i clav's. 


Full mo. 2d. lGh. 48m. at. 


New mo.17d.SJ 


i. 49m. m. 


Last qr. 10 d. 5h. 5m, aft. 


First q. 24cl.lll 


l. 56iTi.m. 


ftii^WI Calendar, Sec. |©ri.|{£)s.|P. 


--ea \c.®2. 


1 i 


5 


O fast oi ck 10m. 


7 23J4 37|, 8 


17 


5 43 


$ 




Full moon. Cold 


7 24 


4 36* 9 


5 


J) rist 


3 


r 


weather 


7 24 


4 36 9 


53 


5 21- 


i 


E 


% din Advent. %> gr, elo. 


725 


4 35=10 


41 


6 2'. 


i ~ V 


crcd snow or rain. 


725 


4 35 


11 


50 


7 1€ 


■ u 7*8 30. 10h SSm. 


726 


4 34 


morn . 


8 K: 


j 7k then more pleasant. 


726 


4 34 





17 


9 10 


\ S5 Concep. B.V. M. 


7 27 


4 33 


1 


4 


io is 


i -f 


then comes more 


7 27 


4 33] 1 


51 


11 15 


nor 


O0j) falling 


728 


132| 2 


33 


morn 




3d in Advent. 


7 28 


4 32] 3 


S3 


2!; 


I, a\c\ 


weather* 


7 28 


4 32! 4 


10 


1 2; 




Ilain niav 


7 291131 


5 


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FREEMEN'S-MEETINCS, 

JL REEMEX'S-MEETINGS, throughout the 
State of Connecticut, are held annually on the 
third Monday in September, and on the Monday 
following iheSrst Tuesday in April. 



TABLE of Simple Interest at 6 per Cent, 
For any Sum from 20s. to^.1000. 





1 


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|'A Year. 


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Dollars. 

Cents. 
Mills. 



in 



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JjXates at which Taxable Polls and Es- 
tate ARE PUT IN THE GRAND LEVY, 
IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

POLLS from 21 to 70 years of age, at g<50 

Polls from 18 to 21 years of age, at 30 

Dxen and Bulls four years old, at 10 
~ows, Steers, Heifers, and Bulls, three 

years old, at 7 

Steers, Heifers and Bulls two years old, at 3 34 

Horse kind three years old, at 10 

Horse kind two years old, at 7 

Horse kind of one year old, at 3 34 

Stallions more than three years old, at 67 

Mules three years old, at 10 

Mules two years old, at 7 

Mules of one year old, at 3 34 

Covering Jacks, at 34 

Acres of Ploughland, at 1 67 

Acres of Upland, Mowing and Clear pas- > 

ture, at 134 

Acres of Boggy meadow, mowed, at ' 84 

Acres of Boggy meadow, not mowed, at 34 
Acres of Meadow-land m Hartford and 

Middlesex Counties,, at J 2 5-0. 

Acres of other -Meadow -land, at 1 25 

Acres of Bush -pasture, at 34 

Acres of un inclosed Land, first rate, at 34 

Acres of uninclosed' Land, second rate, at 17 

Acres of uninclosed Land, third rate, at 9 

Coaches, at " 168 

Chariots, at 134 

PHxtons, at 100 

Curricles, at 68 

Coachees, at 75 
Chaises, Chairs or other two wheel carri- 
ages—fifteen, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, 
or sixty dollars, according to their value. 

Other four wheel Carriages on springs, at 3fc- 



Gold Watches, at jg 34 

Silver Watches, he. at 10 

Steel and Brass-wheeled Clocks, at £0 

Wooden-wheeled C leeks, at 7 

Fire-places, first class, at 5 

Fire-places, second class, at S 75 

Fire-places, third class, at 2 50 

Fire-places, fourth cla,ss, at 1 25 

Stores, one story hi^h, at - 30 

Stores, two stories high, at SO 

'Stores, three stories high, at SO 
Ounces of Silver Piatt, at g 1 11 per oz. - 

at six per cent. 
Dollars on Interest, at six per cent. 
Dollars Bank Stock, at three per cent. 

Sheep added as a penalty, at 75 

N. B. The Poll of each non-commissioned offi- 
cer and private of the militia, is exempted from 
taxation ; provided he produces a certificate from 
the commanding officer of the, company to which 
he belongs, on or before the. 10th of September, an- 
nually, that he is equipped according to law, and 
dressed in uniform—- and has performed military 
duty according to law, except when prevented by 
some reasonable cause. 

The Listers may abate for old or decayed hou- 
ses, one fourth, one half, or three fourths of the sum 
at which they are put in- the list. 

Stock owned in Banks out of this State, is not put 
in the list when taxed in the State in which such 
Bank is kept. 

Attornies, Physicians, Surgeons and" Mechanics, 
are exempted from assessment for two years from. 
the time they commence business. 



one to 
JO 



T A B 1 E, , 

wing the value of any number of Cents, from one 
one hundred, in shillings, pence, and farthings. 



(S. 


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51 


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4 6 3 


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1 2 


17 


1 


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55 


3 12 


1 77 


17 2 


3 





2 1 


28 


I 


8 1 


';o 


3 2 1 


7& 


4 8 1 


4 


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3 


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1 


9 


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3 3 


79 


i 9 


5 





rv o. 

o 51 


30 


1 


9 i 


55 


3 3 2 


80 


4 9 2 


6 





4 1 


31 


1 


10 1 


56 


3 4 1 


81 


4 10 1 


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I 





5 


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I 


11 


57 


3 5 


82 


4 11 


£ 





5 3 


33 


1 


11 3 


« 


3 5 3 


83 


it 11 3 


9 





6 2 


34 


2 


2 


59 


3 6 2 


84 


5 2 


10 


3 


r i 


35 


2 


,1 1 


60 


3 f 1 


85 


5 1 1 


11 





8 o 


36 


2 


2 


61 


3 8 


86 


5 2 


12 





8 S 


57 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 8 S 


87 


5 2 3 


13 





9 1 


v' V 


3 


3 1 


63 


3 9 1 


88 


5 3 1 


14 





10 


39 


2 


4 C 


64 


3 10 


89 


> 4 


15 





10 3 


40 


2 


4 3 


6a 


3 10 3 


90 


5 4 3 


16 





11 2 


4] 


2 


•5 2 


66 


3 11 2 


91 


5 5 2 


V 


1 


1 


42 


2 


6 1 


67 


4 1 


92 


5 6 1 


18 


1 


1 


43 


2 


7 


68 


4 10 


93 


5 7 


19 


1 


1 3 


U 


2 


7 3 


67 


4 13 


94 


5 7 3 


20 


1 


2 2 


45 


2 


8 2 


70 


4 2 2 


95 


5 8 2 


21 


I 


3 


46 


2 


9 


ft 


4 3 


96 


5 9 


22 


I 


O O 


if 


2 


9 S 


77 


i 3 Si 


97 


5 9 3 


23 


I 


4 2 


48 


2 


10 2 


73 


4 4 2 


98 


5 10 2 


24 


1 


5 1 


49 


2 


11 1 


74 


4 5 1 


99 


5 11 1 


25 


i 


6 


50 


3 





?3 


-1 6 


loot 


6 



>loney accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
ssed in Dollars or Units, Dismes or Tenths* 
its or Hundredths, and Milks or Thousandths* 
Disme being the tenth part of a Pot/ar, a Ctoz£ 
hundredth part of a Dollar* and a i>f ?//c the 
msandth part of a Dollar, 



MONIES OF ACCOUNT. 

20 Shillings * Shilling, s . 

X pound is H5#5t5i 

ISpeniersmakelfolf^' 
^0 Sols J Livre , 

ALnTeorFrankis^f^ 

^JPhenn ; n gsmake 7 lS^ 
-0 Savers j GuiJ<J< V 

A Guilder is_ 3 9 Cents. 

II P?-^' 8 make J Sof-'ub. 
i2Sol-;ubs -prl'MwVWitet 

A IViark is_ 3 s| Cents> 

1CC0 Reas make 1- Milrea. 

A Milrea is— gi S 4 Cents. 

6 Rials of Plate ?2£ i p: aI of P &to 

A Piastre k~SQ Cents? - ° 
A Rial -io Cents. 

i^p ; ^ Russia, 

100 Copec make 1 Ruble. 

o^ tvt ALSO. 

: r ° *>°™sques make l Grive. 

10 Gnves 1 Ruble. 

A Ruble is— gi 



Connecticut $egt£ter. 

DUTIES. 

'Articles on which Duties are fiayable at their im* 

portation into the United States^ with Rates 

of Impost*, alphabetically arranged* 

ARMS, fire and side, not oth> 
erwise enumerated, or parts 
thereof, 17% per cent* ad val* 

Apparatus, philosophic?*], espe- 
cially imported for any semina- 
ry of learning, free. 
Ale, beer and porter, in casks or 

botties, 8 cents per gallon* 

Almonds, 2 cents per lb* 

Artificial flowers, feathers, and 
other ornaments for women's 
head-dresses, 17| per cent, ad val. 

Anniseed, 17\ ditto. 

Anchors, la ditto. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, 
product or manufacture of the 
, U. States, spirits excepted, free. 
Brass teutenage and wire, , free. 

5 iron or steel locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils and vices, 15 ditto. 

j all other manufactures of 17| ditto; 

Balls and balsams, (see powder, 

pastes, &c.) 17 & ditto. 

Beer, ale or porter, in casks or 

bottles, 8 cents per gallon. 

Bricks and tiles, ir§ per cent, ad val. 

Bonnets, hats, and caps of every 

kind, m ditto. 

Uool8 > , , ■ 75 cents per pair* 

c 



2fi 



Books, blank 15 per cent*\^ 

Books, of persons who come to reside 



free. 



in the United States 

Buttons, of every kind 

Buckles, shoe and knejs 

13 rushes 

Bullion. 

Eur gundy wine 

Cannon of brass 

Carriages, or parts of carriages 

Cards, playing 

— - — , wool and cotton 

Cables and tarred cordage 

Cabinet wares 

Cops, hats and bonnets, of every kind I?| 

Carpets and carpeting 

Cartridge paper 

Candies, of tallow 

, of wax or spermaceti 

Champaign wine, 

Cassia, China 
Capers 

Canes, walking sticks and whips 
Cambrics 
Cheese 
China ware 
Comfits, 

Chintzes and coloured calicoes or mus- 
lins, and all printed, stained or co- 
loured goods or manufactures of cot- 
ton, of linen, or of both, or of which 
cotton or linen is the material of 
chief value 
Cinnamon and cloves 
Cocoa 
Chocolate 

Clogs and goloshces, (see shoes) 
Cordage, tarred 
, untarred 



W e! 



(see 



17 % per cent* | 
17£ ditto. \ tX it 
15 ditto, |fo|(po 

free. 

45 cents per gat. 

17§ per cent, 

22J ditto. 

25 cts* per pack, 

50 cents per' doz. 
2 cents per lb, 

17j per cent. 
ditto. 

17£ ditto. 

17J ditto. 
2 cents pier lb, 

6 ditto. 
45 cents per gal* 

4 cents per lb* 
17% per cent. 
15 ditto. 

15 ditto. 

7 c nts per lb. 
17| percent. 
17 h ditto. 



15 ditto. 
20 cents per lb. 

2 ditto. 

3 ditto. 
17 h cts per pair* 

2 cents per lb « 
2£ ditto. 



27 

v I osmelicks 17% per cent. 

"foal S els pr bush. 

!olours (see painters',) 

'opper manufactures 17% per cent. 

opper in plates, pigs and bars free. 

Currants 2 cents per lb, 

Compositions for the teeth and gums, 

(see dentrifices) 17% per cent. 

I offee 5 cents p er lb . 

Cotton 3' ditto. 

Ijotton or linen manufactures, or of both, 
or of which cotton or linen is the ma- 
terial of chief value, being printed, 
stained or coloured, or cotton manu- 
factures not printed, stained or co- 
loured 15 per cent. 

Clocks and watches, or parts of either 17£ ditto. 

Coaches, chariots, chairs, phjetons, 
chaises, solos, or other carriages, or 
parts of either 22J ditto. 

Cloathing, ready made 15 ditto. 

Clothes, books, household furniture, 

* and the tools or implements cf the 
trade or professions of persons who 
come to reside in the United States free. 

Cutlasses, or parts thereof 17% per cent* 

Dates and figs 17% ditto. 

Dentriflce powders, tinctures, prepara- 
tions and compositions, for the teeth 
and gums 17 % ditto. 

Dolls, dressed or undressed 17% ditto. 

Drugs, medicinal, except those com- 
monly used for dying 17 % ditto. 

and woods for dying free. 

Eartheyn and stone wares 17| per cent* 

Essences, (see powders, pastes, Sec.) 17% ditto. 

Fans, or parts thereof 17% ditto. 

Fayal wine 28 cts.fir.gal. 

Feath&rs, and other crnaments for wo- 






28 

men's head dresses V7\ per cent* 1 Sft te ' 

Fringes commonly used by upholsters, * IGA, 

coach makers, and saddlers 17 £ ditto. 1 \\eveu 

Figs 2 cents per ib\^ 

Fish, foreign dried 50 cts. pr.quinv 

Salmon 100 cents prMl.m^ 

— Mackerel 60 ditto, fa? 

other pickled 40 ditto. IHair 

Flowers, artificial 17f per cent, fc 

Floor cloths and mats,or parts of either 17 \ ditto. pro] 
Fruits of all kinds, 17$ ditto. W 

Furs of every kind, undressed free. 

Glass—black quart bottles 60 ctsjir.groce 

window, not above 8 inches by 10 160 cp.lQOsq.f. 

10 by 12 175 ditto. 

all above 10 by 12 225 ditto. 

- — all other glass and manufactures 
* thereof 22£ per cent, 

Glauber Salts 200 cts. pr.cwt, 

Gauzes IS per cent. 

Geneva, (see spirits) 

Ginger 17% ditto. 

Girandoles, or parts thereof, 22 J ditto. ^ 

Goloshoes, (see shoes) 15 cts. per pair. 

Gloves and mittens, of every kind 17£ per cent, 
Gold, Silver, and plated ware 17 J ditto. 

Gold and silver lace 17| ditto. 

Goods,wares, and merchandize import- 
ed directly from China, or India, in 
ships or vessels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, and 
all other articles liable to higher 
rates of duties 15 ditto. 

Goods,\vares, and merchandize, intend- 
ed to be re-exported to a foreign 
port or place in the same ship or ves- 
sel in which they shall be imported, 
— and ail articles of the growth, pro- 
duct, or manufacture of the United 



29 

States, spirits excepted free. 

oodn, wares, and merchandize, not 
herein otherwise particularly enu- 
merated and described 15 per cent. 

Glue 4 cents per lb. 

Gunpowder * 4 ditto, 

gangers, or parts thereof 17-J per cent. 

(Hair powder 4 cents per lb. 

[Hats, caps, and bonnets of every kind 1 7\ ditto. 

Hemp 100 cent/uT ctvr. 

Hides, raw free. 

H usehold furniture of persons who 
come to rebide in tie U. Spates free. 

Implements of the trade or profession 
of persons who come to reside in the 
United States free. 

Indigo 25 cents per lb. 

Iron wire free. 

slit and hoop 1 cent per lb* 

steel or brass locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils, and vices 15 per cent. 

cast, or rolled, and all manufactu- 
rers of iron, steel,or brass, or oi which 
either of these metals is the article of 
chief value, not being other wise par- 
ticularly enumerated 17 \ ditto. 

Jewelery and paste work 17 '\ ditto. 

Lace of gold and silver 17 \ ditto. 

Laces and lawns 15 per cent* 

Laces, lines, fringes, tassels, and trim- 
mings commonly used by upholsters, 
coach-makers, and saddlers 17f ditto. 

Lampblack 15 ditto. 

Lapis Calaminaries, free. 

Leather, tanned, tawed, and all manu- 
factures of leather, or of which lea- 
ther is the article of chief value, not 
otherwise particularly enumerated \7\per cent* 

Lead and musket ball 1 cent pep ib* 



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all other manufactures of lead, or 

in which lead is the chief article 1 cent fier Id 

Lemons and limes 17^ fier cento 

Lime, foreign 50 cts.fier cask 

of 60 gallons* 

Linen or cotton manufactures,orof both, 
of which cotton or linen is the materi- 
al of chief value, being printed, stain- 
ed jOr coloured, or cotton manufactures, 
not printed, stained, or coloured 15 ditto. 

Linen manufactures, or of which linen 
is the chief article of value, not print- 
ed, stained, or coloured 15 ditto. 

Lisbon and Oporto Wines 30 cts.fier gal. 

Locking glasses, or parts thereof 2^ fier cent. 

Manufactures of tin, pewter, and cop- 
per, not otherwise particularly enu- 
merated 17£ ditto. 

— — -■ — of iron, steel, or brass, not o- 
therwise particularly enumerated 17§ ditto. 
■ of leather, not otherwise par- 



ticularly enumerated 17§ ditto. 

■ of lead, not otherwise parti- 



cularly enumerated 1 cent fie r lb. 

- of cotton or linen, or of both, 

printed, stained, or colored, or of 
cotton not printed, stained, or colour- 
ed ,15 per cent. 
-of linen, not printed, stained, 



or coloured 15 ditto. 

ot glass, (see glass) 

of tobacco, (see snuff and to- 



bacco) 

of wood, (see cabinet wares 



and wood) 

• of the United States, spirits 



excepted free 

Mats and floor cloths, or parts of ei- 
ther 17£ fier cent. 

Alait io cts.fier bus* 



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Marble, slate, and other stone, bricks, 
tiles, tables, mortars, ai^d other uten- 
sils of marble or slate, and generally 
all stone and earthen ware 17^ per cent. 

Madeira wines (see wines) 

I Malaga wine 28 cts. per gal. 

'Mace Y25centsper lb* 

Medicinal drugs, except those com- 
monly used in dying ■ 17| per ctvt* 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, im- 
ported directly from China or India, 
in ships or vessels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, and 
all other articles liable to higher rates 
of duties 15 dittor 

Merchandize, goods, and wares,intend- 
ed to be re-exported to a foreign port 
or place in the same ship or vessel in 
which they shall be imported— and 
all the articles of the growth, pro- 
duct or manufacture of the United 
States, spirits excepted free. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, not 
herein otherwise particularly enume- 
rated and described 15 fier cent* 

Mittens and gloves, ot every kind 17 J ditto. 

Millinery ready made 17J ditto. 

Molasses 5 cts. per gah 

Muskets and firelocks with bayonets 
fitted to the same,and musket ball, 
or parts of either 17\per cent. 

Muskets and firelocks without bayc- 
*nets, or parts of either, 17| ditto. 

Mustard in fiour 17£ ditto. 

Muslins or muslinets, whether printed, 
stained, coloured^ or otherwise 35 ditto. 

Nails 2 cents per lb. 

Nankeens 15 per cent. 

Nutmegs SO cents per lb* 



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Oranges 17% per cent* 

Ornaments for women's head dresses 17% ditto. 

Ointments, oils, and odours, (see pow- 
ders pastes. Sec.) 17% ditto, 

Olives 17% ditto. 

Oil 17k ditto. 

Ochre, dry yellow 1 certifier lb. 

Oporto and Lisbon wine SO cts+fiergaL 

Paper Hangings X7%per cmt. 

writing and wrapping 15 ditto. 

sheathing and cartridge 17% ditto. 

Painters' colors, whether dry or ground 
in oil, except those commonly used in 
dying, not otherwise particularly enu 
merated 

Paci thread and twine 

Pasteboards, parchment or vellum 

Paste work and Jewelry 

Phrstons, or parts thereof 

Plaster of Paris 

Pewter, plates and dishes 

, old 



17% d'tto. 
400 cts. i r t %vt 

15 per cent* 

17\ ditto. 

22| ditto, 
free 

4 cts. per lb, 
free 

6 cts. per lb.. 
17% per cent. 

17% ditto, 

15 ditto. 
4 cts. per lb. 

15 per cent. 

171 ditto. 



Pepper 

Perfumes 

Pistols or parts thereof 

Pictures and prints 

Pimento, 

Printing types 

Pickles of all sorts 

Printed, stained, or coloured goods, or 
manufactures of cotton or of linen, or 
of both 15 ditto. 

Porter, beer, or ale, in casks or bottles 8 cts. pr gal. 

Powder for hair 4 cts. per lb, 

' gun powder 15 fier cent. 

Powders, pastes, balls, balsams, oint- 
ments, oils, waters, washes,tinctures, 
essences, or other preparations or 
compositions, commonly called sweet 



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scents, odours, perfumes, or cosmet- 
ics, and all powders or preparations 

for the teeth and gums 17£ ditto. 

Plumbs and prunes 2 cts. per lb. 

Quick Silver 6 ditto. 

Raisins, in jars and boxes 2 ditto. 

, Muscatel, 2 ditto. 

, all other kinds 1J ditto. 

Red and white Lead 2 ditto. 

Salt free 

Salts, glauber > \ 200 cts. fir cv>t. 
Stained, printed, or coloured goods, or 

manufactures of linen 15 per cent. 

Salt Petre free 

St Lucar wines 40 cts.per gal. 

Segars, g2 per thou. 

Starch 3 eta. per lb. 

Sail cloth 15 per cent. 

Slate, stone, and stone ware 17 J ditto. » 

Saddles, or parts thereof IS ditto. 

Satins, and other wrought silks 15 ditto. 

Steel 100 cts. pr civt. 
Steel, iron, or brass locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils, and vises 15 per cent. 

— - all other manufactures of steel 17 £ ditto. 

Sheathing and cartridge paper 17% ditto. 

Sherry wine 40 cts.per gal. 

Sea stores of ships or vessels free 

Spermaceti candles 6 cts* per lb. 

Spanish Brown 1 ditto. 
Sweet scents (sec powders, pastes, Sec.) 17% per cent. 
Spirits distilled in foreign countries, 
viz. 

From Grain. 

First proof 28 cts.per gal. 

Second proof £9 ditto. 

Third proof 31 ditto. 

Fourth proof S4 ditto. 

Fifth proof 40 ditto. 



25 


ditto. 


25 


ditto. 


28 


citto. 


3;] 


ditto. 


38 


ditto. 


46 


ditto. 



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Sixth proof 50 ditto. 

From other materials* 
First proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Bpirits distilled in thelLStates,import- 
ed in the same ship or vessel in which 
they had been previously exported 
from the U* States, viz. 
From Molasses* 
First proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
From material* the growth and firo* 
cluce of the U. States 
First proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Spikes 

Silver and plated ware 
— — lace 
Skins, raw 
Shoes and slippers of silk 

, Kid and Morocco 

-other shoes and slippers for men 

and women, clogs or goloshoes 15 ditto. 
other shoes and slippers for chil- 
dren 10 ditto. 
Swords or cutlasses, or parts of either 17-h jier cent. 
Stockings 17£ ditto. 



15 


ditto. 


16 


ditto. 


17 


ditto. 


19 


ditto. 


23 


ditto. 


SO 


ditto. 


7 


ditto. 


8 


ditto. 


9 


ditto. 


11 


ditto. 


13 


ditto. 


18 


ditto. 


1 cent./ier lb, 


mi 


her cent> 


m 


ditto. 


free 




^5 cts. fir pair • 


15 


ditto. 



2n 


per emit. 


tree 




n 


:ts* per lb . 


3 


ditto* 


3 


ditto. 


H 


ditto. 


H 


ditto. 


9 


ditto. 


H 


ditto. 


li-} 


ditto. 


22 eta* per lb* 



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Stone and earthern ware 17£ ditto. 

Soap 2 cts.jicr lb. 

Solos, and other carriages, or parts 
thereof 

Sulphur 

Sugars, brown 

, white clayed 

- , do. powdered 

, all other clayed or powdered 

, lump 

, loaf 

-, other refined 

Sugar candy A O-f^lOOO 

Snuff iiVlUfJ'J^ 

Tassels and triiTnTungs ; cornrnonly used 
by upholsters, coachmakers a:id sad* 
dlers 17\ per cent* 

Tables of marble, slate and other stone, 
or parts thereof \7% ditto. 

Tallow candles 2 cts. per lb 9 

Teas, from China and India* 

« ^ bohea 13 ditto. 

, souchong and other black 18 ditto. 

— , hyson,imperial, gunpowder or go- 
in ee 32 ditto. 

— 5 other green teas 22-£ ditto. 

From Europe* 

— — , bohea 14 ditto. 

— , souchong and other black 21 ditto. 

, hyson, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee 40 ditto. 

«-* — , other green teas 24 ditto. 

From any other place* 

, bohea 17 ditto. 

* , souchong 27 ditto. 

— , hyson, imperial, gunpowder or 

gomee 50 ditto. 

, other green teas/ 30 ditto. 

Teneriffe wine c ^cts.per^aL 



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Twine and packthread 400 cts.fir cwt% 

Tin manufactures 17 \ fier cent* 

— in pigs and plates free 

Tinctures (see powders, pastes, &c) \7\ fier cent* 

Tiles and bricks Y?\ ditto. 

Toys not otherwise enumerated v 15 ditto. 

Tobacco manufactured, (other than 

snuff) 10 cts. fier lb. 

Tools of the trade or profession of per- 
sons who come to reside in the Uni- 
ted States free 

Types for printing 15 fier cent* 

Velvets and velverets 15 ditto. 

Wares of tin, pewter, and copper, net 

otherwise enumerated 1T| ditto. 

■J — , of earthen or stone X7\ ditto, 

—-, China \7\ ditto* 

, gold, silver, and plated, 17 b ditto. 

« — <-, goods and merchandize, imported 
directly from China or India, in ships 
or vessels not of the U. S. except 
teas, China ware, and all other arti- 
cles liable to higher rates of duties 15 ditto* 

— , goods, and merchandize, of the 
growth, produce, or manufacture of 
the United States, (spirits excepted) free. 

Wafers 17f fier cent* 

Waters and washes, (see powders, 

pastes, Sec.) \7\ ditto* 

Walking-sticks, whips and canes 15 ditto. 

Wax candles 6 cents fier lb* 

Watches and clocks,or parts of either Vf\ fier cent. 
Winks, in casks, hollies, and other vessels, 

— — , Malmsey, Madeira, and London 
particular Madeira 53 cts. fier gal*, 

* all other Madeira wine * 50 ditto. 

Burgundy? Champaign, Rhenish 

and Tokay wines 45 ditto. 

<— — Sherrv and St. Lucar wines 40 ditto* 



m 

~ Claret, and other wines not en- 
umerated, when imported in bottles 
or cases 35 ditto* 

— Lisbon, Oporto, and other Portu- 
gal wines 30 ditto. 

— Sicily 30 ditto* 

— Teneriffe, Malaga, Fayal, St. 
George, and other western island 

wines 28 ditto. 

— all other wines, when imported o- 
therwise than in bottles or cases 23 ditto. 

Window glass, (see glass) 

Wire of brass and iron free. 

Wool and cotton cards SOcts.fierdoz* 

Wool unmanufactured free. 

Wood unmanufactured free. 

Wood manufactured, (exclusive of ca* 
bluet wares) 15/ier cent. 

Yarn un tarred 225 cts.fier cwt* 

AU other goods not before particularly 
enumerated and. described 15 per cent. 

OCj 9 All parts of articles to be subject to the same du- 
ties as the entire article is subject to. 
Bottles in which liquors are imported pay the same 

duties as empty bottles. 

The following articles are free from duty* 

Rags, and Bristles. 

Regulus of Antimony. 

Un wrought clay, un wrought burr stones. 

Bark of the cork tree^ 

Philosophical apparatus, especially imported for any 
seminary of learning. 

Articles of all kinds, of the growth, product, or man- 
ufacture of the United States. 

Copper, in plates, pigs and bars. 

Clothes, books, household furniture, and the tools of 
implements of the trade or professions of persons 
who come to reside in the United States, 

Drugs and woods for dying. 
D 



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Furrs of every kind undressed. 
Goods, wares and merchandize,intended to be export- 
ed in the same vessel in which they shall be imported. 
Salt. 

Raw hides, and iron ware. 
Lapis Galaminaris, and Plaister of Paris. 
Old pewter and tin, in pigs and plates. 
Wire of brass and iron. 
Wood and wool unmanufactured- 



* 



TO MM AG E, 

By Act ot Congress, approved 2d of March, 1799, to 
be paid at the time of entering the vessel, and be** 
lore any permit shall be granted for unloading any 
part of the cargo, at the following rates : 

On all ships or vessels entering from any foreign 
port or filacer Cts* per ton. 

Ships or vessels of the United States, 6 

— _ built within the United States 

after the 20th July, 1789, but belonging wholly 
or in part to foreign powers, duly recorded, 30 

On other ships or vessels, 50 

Vessels of the U, States employed in the coast- 
ing trade or fisheries, duly licenced, per annum, 6 

Vessels ot the United States, (other than licen- 
sed) taking in merchandize in a district in one 
state, to be delivered in a district in another 
state, other than an adjoining state on the sea 
coast, or a navigable river, 6 

Other ships or vessels, taking in merchandize 
to he delivered in another district, 50 

(£/* Foreign vessels pay light money at the rate 
of 50 cents per ton. 

DUTIES PAYABLE IN g CtS4 

Gold coins of Great-Britain and Portugal, of 
the standard prior to the year 1 792-— for ev- 
ery 27 grains, . 1 00 

Gold coins cf France, Spain, and the domin- 
ions cf Spain, cf the standard prior to the 



39 

year 1792— for every 27 and 2-5th grains 1 0© 
Spanish milled dollars — 17pwt. 17grs. 1 00 

and in proportion for the p^r's of a dollar. 
Crowns of France — 18 pwt. 7grs. 1 10 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 

Provided, That no foreign coins shall be receiva- 
ble, which are not Ipy law a tender for the payment of 
all debts, except in consequence of a proclamation of 
the President of the United States, authorising such 
foreign coins to he received in payment oi the duties 
and ices aforesaid. 

Rates of Coins for estimating Duties, 
P^und Sterling of Great-Britian, - - g 4 44 
Li vre Tournois of France, - - - 18 

Florin or Guilder of the United Netherlands, 40$ 
Mark Banco of Hamburgh, - - - 33| 
Rix Dollar of Denmark, - - - - - 1 00 
Ryal Plate of Spain, - - - - - - 10 

VailoB of do. - - - - - 05 

Millree of Portugal, 124 

round Sterling ci" Ireland, - - - - - 4 10 

Tale of China, - - - -143 

Pagoda of India,* - - - - - 1 94 

Rupee of Bengal, - - - - 55% 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as 
may be, to the said rates, or the intrinsic value there- 
of, compared with the money of the United States- 
Provided, That it shall be lawful for the President of 
the United States to cause to be established fit and 
proper regulations for estimating the duties on goods, 
"wares and merchandize, imported into the United 
States, in respect to which the original cost shall be 
exhibited in a depreciated currency, issued and cir- 
culated under authority of any foreign government. 

That on all goods, wares and merchandize, im- 
ported from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the 
same, (if ad valorem articles) 20 per cent to be ad- 
ded to the actual cost thereof, including all charges, 
(commissions, outside packages, and insurance only 



40 

excepted) add ten per cent if from any foreign potl 
before the duties are calculated. P CY21 

FEES OF OFFICE. 
To the Collector and Naval Officer* 
Entry of a vessel of 100 tons or upwards, § 2 5| 

Clearance, ditto. ditto. 2 5! 

Entry of a vessel under 100 tons, 1 5 J 

Clearance, ditto. ditto. 1 51 

• Every post entry, 2 G L 

Permit to land goods, 2(1 f. 

Every bond taken official^, 4(| w 

permit to land goods for exportation for 

drawback, 3Cl 

debenture or other official certificate, 20 1 
bill of health, 2QL 

Official document (register excepted) required 
by any person, 20 j 

To the Surveyor, 
Admeasuring and certifying the same, of every 

ship or vessel of 100 tons or under, per ton, 01 ■ 
Admeasurement of every ship or vessel, above 

100 and not exceeding two hundred tons, 1 50 

Above two hundred tons,* 2' GO 

For all other services on board any ship or 
vessel of 100 tons and upwards, having on 
board goods, wares or merchandize, subject 
to duty, 3 Oft 

For like services on board any ship or vessel 

ofjess than 100 tons, 1 50 

On all vessels, not having on board goods, 
wares, or merchandize, subject to duty, gl 66 2-3 
Allowances for Draft. lb. 

Any quantity of 100 weight or 1 121b. 1 

above 100 and under 200 2 

200 and under 300 3 

300 and under 400 4 

400 and under 1800 7 

1800 and upwards, 9 



41 

Tares. IK 

|0n every whole chest of Bohea Tea, 70 

half ditto, ditto. 36 

quarter do. ditto. 20 

chest of Kyson or other green tea, of 

70lb or upwards, 20 

box of other tea between 50 Sc 701b. 18 
do. of 80ib. 20 

do. from 80 upwards, 22 

!The above to include ropes, canvas, Sc other coverings. 
|On all other boxes of Teas according to the invoice 

or actual weight thereof. 
On Colfee in Lmgs, 2 per cent, 

in bales, 3 

in casks, 12 

On Sugar, other than loat sugar, in 

casks, 12 

in boxes, 15 

in bags or mats, 5 

On Cocoa, in casks, 10 

in bags, 1 

On Pimento, in cahks, IS 

in bags, 3 

On Cheese, in hampers and baskets, 10 

in boxes, 20 

On Candles, in boxes, 8 

On Chocolate, in boxes^ 10 

On Cotton in bales, 2 

in seroons, 6 

On Glauber Salts, in casks, 8 

On Indigo, in barrels, 12 

in other casks, 15 

in seroons, 10 

in bags or mats, 3 

On Nails, in casks, 8 

On Pepper in casks, 12 

in bales, S 

in bags, 2 

On Sugar Candy, in boxes, ID 

D2 



On Segars, in boxes, 18 

On Soap, in boxes, 10 

On Shot, in casks, 3 

On Twine, in casks, 12 

in bales, .3 

On all other goods, according to the invoice thereof, 
as actual weight. 
JAlotvancefor Leakage and Breakage, 

Two per cent allowed on the gtfage on all merchan- 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in casks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter in bot- 
tles, and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles, 
to be deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of 
breakage ; or it shall be lawful to compute the duties 
on the actual quantity by tale, at the option of the 
importer, at the time hf entry* 

TERMS OF CPvEDIT. 

When the duties on ad valorem articles are less 
than g50, it must be paid immediately ; if specifics, 
a deposit must be made to secure the same, which 
when ascertained, will be immediately settYJ. 

When the duties on goods imported (where the 
sum is payable by one person or co-partnership) shall 
amount to more than fifty dollars, the following cred ; t 
is allowed by law, except where any bond on which 
the person or co-partnership entering such goods, 
w r ares or merchandize, are either principal or secu- 
rity, and which being due, remains undischarged. 

On all articles the produce of the West-Indie?, 
(salt excepted) the one half in three months, and the 
oilier half in six months. 

On Madeira, and other wines, in twelve months. 

On all goods, &c. from Europe, (wines, salt, :md' 
teas excepted) the one third in eight, one third in 
ten, and one third in twelve months. 

On all goods, he. (wines, salt, and teas excepted) 
from any other place than Europe and the West-In- 
dies, one half in six months, one fourth in nin.^ 
in oaths, and one fourth in twelve ninths* 



43 

On teas " from China or Europe, maybe deposited 
I at the option of the importer or impoi ters (to be de- 
termined at the time ot making entry therefor) either 
to secure the duties thereon, on the same terms and 
I stipulations as on other goods, wares and merchan- 
j dize imported, or to give his, her, or their bond, to 
j the collector of the district where any such teas shall 
I be landed, in double the amount of the duties thereup- 
on, with condition for the payment of the said duties, 
in two years from the date of said bond : which bond 
shall be accepted by such collector without surety, 
upon the terms following : that is to say, The teas, 
t'ov the duties whereof such bond shall be accepted 
shall be deposited at the expence and risk of the im- 
|| porter or importers, in one or more store house or 
store houses, as the case may require, to be agreed 
upon, Stc. The said teas tobe delivered upon bond 
being given with one or more sureties, to the satisfac* 
pen i of the collector, " if the same shall not exceed 
100 dollars, in four months ; if above 100 dollars,and 
not exceeding 500 dollars, in eight months ; or if the 
same shall exceed 500 dollars, in twelve ; so that the 
term of" credit shall not extend the period beyond two 
years from the time o" depositing the said teas ; any 
teas remaining after the term of two years,to be sold 
by the collector, who shall return the surplus (after 
paying the duties) to the owner or owners thereof." 

When the bonds given for duties shall become due, 
and not discharged,the collector to prosecute without 
delay ; and in case of insolvency or death, the United 
States to be the first creditor, a and if any executor, 
administrator, assignee, or any other person shall pay 
any debt due by the person or estate, for whom or 
for which they are acting,previousto the debt or debts 
due to theJUntted States being fully satisfied and paid, 
shall become answerable in their oivnperson and estate 
for the same, or part thereof remaining unsatisfied." 

Sureties on all the bonds given for duties, shall in 
case of insolvency or death of the principal, " havs 



44 

and enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference p^? 1 
for the recovery and receipt of said money out of thefe^ 11 
estate and effects of such insolvent, or deceased prin-^ 
cipal, as are reserved to the United States." 

When bonds are prosecuted for the recovery of du- 
ties due to the United States, judgment to be granted] 
at the return term, " unless the defendant shall in o-| 
pen court, the United States Attorney being present, 
make oath or affirmation that an error has been 
committed in the liquidation of the duties demanded 
upon such bond,specifyir)g the errors alledged to have 
been committed, and that the same have been notfied 
in writing to the collector of the said district prior to 
the commencement of the return term aforesaid." 

On all bonds upon which suits shall be commenced, 
an interest shall be allowed at the rate of six per cent 
per annum, from the time when said bonds became 
due until the payment thereof. 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and 
bonds to be given for securing the duties, if the whole 
or part of the cargo is destined to different districts. 

Ports of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Vessels: 
No vesssel not wholly belonging to a citizen or citi- 
zens of the United States, is admitted to unload at any 
port or place except the following : 

Nkw-Hampshire — Portsmouth. — Ma ssachu- 
setts — Portland and Falmouth, New-Bedford, 
Dighton, Salem and Beverly, Gloucester, Ncwbury- 
fiort. Marblehead, Nantucket, Boston and Charles* 
ton, Plymouth, Bath, Frenchman's Bay, Wise-asset, 
Machias, Penobscot. — Rhode-Island — A ewjiort, 
Providence* — Connecticut — A ew -London, Aetv- 
Haven. — New-York — New-York. — New-Jersey 
— Perih-Amboy, Burlington. — -Pennsylaania — 
Philadelphia. — Delaware — Wilmington, Newcas- 
tle, Port Perm. — Maryland — Balti?nore,Anna/wlis 9 
Vienna, Oxford, treorgetown on Potomac, Chester- 
town Creek, Nottingham) Nanjemoy, Digge's Land- 



45 

lce ing, Snowhill, Carrolsburgli. — Virginia — dlexan- 
^\dria, Kinsale, Newport, Tappahannock, Port Royal 
Fredericksburgh, Urbanna, Vorktown, West Pointy 
Hampton, Bermuda-Hundred, City print, Rocket's 
Landing, A r §rfolk and Portsmouth. — North-Caro- 
lina — Wilmington, Newbern, Beaufort, Washing- 
ton, Edenton, Plankbridge. — South-Carolina — 
Charleston, Georgetown^ Beaufort. — Georgia — 
Savannah, Sunbury, Brunswick, Frederica, St. Ma- 
ry^. — Louisiana — J\tew- Or leans. 

Nor shall any vessel from live d pe of Good Hope, 
or beyond the same, be permitted to enter, except at 
the ports in the above list which are distinguished by 
Italick* 

Restrictions on Importations. 

No goods, wares or merchandize, of foreign growth, 
or manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, 
shall be brought into the United States from any for- 
eign port or place in any other manner than by sea ; 
nor in any ship or vessel of less than Thirty Tons 
burthen, agreeable to the mode of ascertaining A- 
merican tonnage, except in certain districts on the 
-Northern, Northwestern and WesternH>oundaries of 
the United States, adjoining to the dominions of G* 
Britain in Upper and Lower Canada, and the dis- 
tricts on the rivers Ohio and Missisippi. 

No beer, ale or porter, to be imported in casks of 
less capacity than Forty Gallons beer measure, or if 
in bottles, in packages less than Six Dozen, under 
penalty of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. 

No refined lump, or loaf sugar, shall be imported 
into the United States from any foreign port or place, 
except in ships or vessels of the burthen of One Hun- 
dred and Tw< ntu tons and upwards, and in casks or 
packages, containing each not less than Six Hundred 
jfcovndii, cm pain of forfeiting the said ship or vessel, 
and the loaf or lump aigar imported therein, except 
in such cask or packages aforesaid. 

No distilled spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials ex- 



nnest 5 

piss 
mm 
ildse: 



4§ 

■€eptecl) to be imported in casks or vessels of less crv 
pa city than Ai?iety Gallons wine measure on pain c 
tbrfe ■■ture, with the ship or vessel, nor in casks or ves- 
sels which have been marked pursuant to any law oi 
tbe United States, on pain of forfeiture of the said re- 
fined loaf or lump sugar, and distilled spirits, togeth- 
er with the ship or vessel : Provided, that the lorfei- 
ture shall not be incurred on u any spirits imported 
or brought into the United States, in other cavks or 
vessels £s aforesaid, or the ship or vessel in which 
they shall be brought, if such spirits shall be for the 
use of the seamen on. board of such ship or vessel, and 
shall not exceed the quantity of four gallons 'for each JZ 
seaman," and which shall at the time of entry of the ^ 
said v \fi»L be imetiexl in the manifest as the sta 
stores of such ship or vessel. 

, INFORMATION GENERALLY. 

The want of certificates of distilled spirits, wines, 
or teas, subjects such articles to seizure, and fifty dol- 
lars fine, if such certificates are not delivered to the 
purchaser; am] if any cask, chest , vessel or case, 
containing xuen articles, shall be found in the posses- 
sion of any person, without being marked, and not 
being accompanied with a certificate, the same is lia- 
ble to seizure. 

On the sale of any casks, Sec. which have been 
marked, the marks to be defaced in presence of some 
officer of inspection or custom ; and the certificate of 
the same to be delivered up, under penalty of one 
hundred dollars, with costs of suit. 

Goods from foreign ports not to be unladen but 
between' sunrise and sunset, without special licence, 
under a penalty of four hundred dollars on the master 
and every other person concerned, disability from 
holding any office under the government of the Uni- 
ted States for seven years, and being advertised in 
the newspapers, with forfeiture of the goods, and if 
above four hundred dollars, value of the vessel and 
apparel. 



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1 Goods removed before guagec! rnd \vc i th ed, fn d 
Tines, spirits^ or teas, belore being maiktd, -with 
[ermission, are forfeited. 

Persons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
undred to two thousand dollars. Inspectors and of* 
ers of revenue cutters may go on board, examine 
nd search vessels, have fice access to the cabin, and 

al packages, and after sun -set secure the hatches, 
cc. — Persons in charge of vessels, for breaking fas- 
enings, but in presence of an officer, forfeit two hun- 
Ired dollars. 

Officers may seize within or without their districts 
—persons resisting or impeding them forfeit four 
run d red dollars* " | 

The master or commander of any vessel that shall 
obstruct or hinder (or be the cause thereof) any of- 
icer of the revenue, in going on board his ship or 
vessel, for the purpose of carrying into effect any of 
he revenue laws ot the United States, forfeits from 
aftv to five hundred dollars. 

Register act. Every owner of a vessel, residing 
within the limits of the United States, to swear to the 
register within ninety days after its being granted, or 
it becomes void, and the vessel and cargo pays for- 
eign tonnage and duty. 



Officers of the Revenue Department* 

For the district of Massachusetts. 
Benjamin Lincoln, Collector of the ports of Boston 

and Charleston. • 
Benjamin Weld, Deputy Collector* 
James Loveil, Naval Officer. 
Thomas Melville, Surveyor. 



District of Rhode-IslAnd and PbovidenCEj 
Mcwjwrt, William Eiiery, collector. 

Walter Nichols, naval officer. 



Providence*, 

Pawcatuck, 

Dis: 

New*London 



Inspec- 
tors. 



Sto'iingtoii) 
rdiddleicwn, 



J\ erj-Havcn) 

Fairfield^ • 

Say brooks 
Hartford^ 



4£ 

Daniel Lyman, surveyor. 
Jeremiah Olney, collector. 
William Barton, surveyor 
Ebenezer Thompson, naval officer. L /g 
George Stilman j surveyor. | 

rict of Connecticut, 
Jedediah Huntington, collector, 
Nathaniel Richards, surveyor. 
Jonathan Trott, 
Ebenezer Goddard, 
Samuel Whittemore, 
Henry J&psem; 
Isaac V. II. Crannel, _ 
Nath'l Saltonstall ,jun. 7 
Ezra Chappell, 3 Weighers* 

measurers and guagers. ; 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. Surveyor. 
Alexander Wolcott, collector, 
Lamberton Cooper, surveyor, 
Robert Warner, 7 t L . 

As'h Whittles^! Sectors. 
Abraham Bishop, collector. 
Vv ; illianvMuriSon, surveyor, 
Samuel Smediey, collector. 
George Wolcott, surveyor* 
Solomon Porter, surveyor. 



District of Nev,- -York. - 
liCVJ-York, David GeistcR, collector. 

Peter A. Schenck, survevor. 
• Samuel O good, naval officer* 

SagharbQr, Henry I\ Deering, collector, 



Connecticut Mt$i$ttt, 



FOR THE YEAR 1808. 

Executive and Legislative Departments. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JONATHAN TRUMBULL, ESQ. 

Governour. 

THE HONOURABLE 

JOHN TREADWELL, ESQ. 

Lieutenant-Governcur. 

ASSISTANTS. 



Oliver Ellsworth, esq 
William Hillhouse, esq. 
john Chester, esq. 
Roger Newbury, esq. 
Asher Miller, esq. 
Aaron Austin, esq, 



Jonathan Brace, esq. 
Chauncey Goodrich, esq. 
Elizur Goodrich, e<q. 
Mathew Griswcld, esq. 
Stephen T. Hosmer, esq. 
Henry Champion, esq. 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Samuel Wyllys, esq. Secretary. 

Elisiia CoLT,esq. Comptroller of Pupiic Accounts, 

ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

F&r May and October Sessions — 1807. 

Calvin Goddard,esq. Speaker. 
Lyman Law, and Sylvanus Backus, esqrs. Clerks* 

HARTFORD, Ephraim Root, Enoch Perkins 
Berlin, Samuel Porter, 2d. Samuel Hart, jun. 
Bristol, Joel Trusdale 
Burlington 

Canton, Riverius Bid well 

East-Hartford, Shubael Griswold, Samuel Filkb 
East-Windsor) Charles Jenks, Daniel UcckwcII 



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Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry - 
Farmington, Joiin Mix, Solomon Cowles 
Glastonbury, Benjamin Hale, Roswell Hollister 
Granny, Pliny Hidyer, Hezekiah Holcomb 
Hartland, Uriel Holmes, Israel Williams 
Marlborough, Joel Foot 

Southington, Roger Whittlesey]" Roswell Moore 
Sufneld, Oliver Granger, William Granger 
Simsbury, Samuel : Barnard, Elisha pnelris 
Wethersfield, E. P. Belden. Joseph Bulkeley 
Windsof, Daniel 'Fdlcot, Josi ah Phelps 

New-Haven, Nathan Smith, Thaddeus Beeche: 
Braiitordj Jared Bradley, Jonathan* Merrick 
Cliesnire, Andrew Hull, Ezra Doolktle 
Derby, Jesiah -Dudley 
EasUHaven, Enos Hemmingway 
Guilford, Nathaniel Griffia, Joseph Elliott. 
Hamden, Amasa Bradley 

Milford, Abraham V. II". Dewitt, Benjamin Bull 
Meriden, Amasa Curtiss 
North-Haven, Joseph Doolittle 
Oxford, Abel Wheeler 
Wallingford, J ired Lewis, Chauncey Cook 
Waterbury, John Kingsbury, Eli Bronson 
Woodbricke, John Dibble, David Thomas 
Wolcott, Nathaniel Lewis 
New-London, Lyman Law-j George Colfax 
Bozrah, Asa Fitch 

Colch.ei.ter, Roger Bulkeley, Joel Worthing of! 
Franklin, Eleazar.Tracy 
Groton, John DaboH, John Spicer, 2d. 
Lisbon, Daniel Bram;-m 
Lvme, Nathaniel Matson, Seth Smith 
Montvilie, William W. liaughion 
Norwich, Gushing Eells, Newcomb Kinney 
Preston, Isaac Avery, John Wilso.i 
Stonington, Latham Hull, Nathaniel Pendleton 
Watertbrd, Griswold Avery, jun. 
Fairfield, David Burr, Samuel Rowland 



SI 

fenbury, Eliakim Benedict, Morse White 

Hookfiefcl, RivtriiVs Hawley 

Jreenwich, William Knap, Eber.ezer Mead ' 

flintington, .Samuel Hawley, Samuel Wheeler 

few-Canaan, Isaac Richards 

^ew-Fairfield, Abel Gregory 

Sfewtown, David Baldwin, John Sanford 

NTorwalk, Jabez Gregory, George Raymond 

leauing. Andrew L. Hill* Simeon Munger 

fedgefiekj, Nathan Smith, Timothy Keeler, 2d. 

Stamford, 

Stratford. Jabez H." Tcmlinson, E. Uf&ot, juo> 

merman, Ezra Graves 

rrumbnll, Stephen Birdsley 

Weston, Jeremiah Osborne, Stephen Wheeler 

Wilton, Samuel Comstock 

Wi ndham, Peter Webb, Na t. Mannin g 

Ash ford, David Keyes, Cyrus Dow 

Brooklyn, Daniel Put v. am 

Canterbury, Luther Paine, Isaac Backus 

Columbia, Silas Fuller 

Hampton, William Bennet 

KiUingly, Robert Torrey, James Danielson 

Lebanon, Jacob Loomis, Zabdiel Hyde 

Mansiiekl, Skiff Freeman, jun. Artemas Gurley. 

Plainfiekh Calvin Goddard, John Douglass, jun. 

Pomfret, Sylvanus Backus, Lemuel Ingals 

Sterling, Dixon Hall 

Thompson, Isaac Davis, John Mason 

Yoluntown, William Gallup 

Woodstock, Willard Child, Ebenezer Skinner 

Litchfield, Uriel Holmes, jun. A. Bradley 

Barkhempstead, Peletiah Allen, Robert Wilcox- 

Bethlem, David Bellamy 

Canaan, Azariah Smith', Mariner Rood 

Colebrook, Grove Pinney, Arab Ph e-ps 

Cornwall, Oliver Burnham, Benjam in Gould 

Geehfen, liirdsey Norton, Adino Hate 



52 
Hafwintoft, James Brace. Benjamin Griswold 
Kent, Barzilla Slosson 

New-Hartfovd, Jonathan Marsh, Asa Cowles 
New-Milford, Beebe Hine, Abel Merwin 
Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, L Dickinson 
Plymouth, Lake Potter 
Roxbury, Amos Squire 
Salisbury, Phineas Chapin, Nathaniel Everts 
Sharon, John C. Smith, Judson Canfield 
Southbury, Burton Canfield 
Torrington, Elisha Smuh, Norman Griswold 
Washington, Elijah Hazeny David Whittlesey 
Warren, 

Watertown, Thomas Fenn 
Winchester, Eliphaz Alvord, Alpha Rockwell 
Woodbury, E!\jah Sherman, Nathan Preston 
Mi dd let own, Elijah Hubbard, John Pratt 
Chatham, Daniel Chaney, Nathaniel Markham 
Durham, Dan Parmale, Daniel Bates 
East-lladdam, Eliphalet Holmes, J. Brainard 
IIaddam,L. Boardmah, Daniel Brainard 
KiUingsworth, Austin Olcott, David Kelcy 
Saybrock, Samuel Williams, Elias Shipaaan 
Tolland, Samuel Ladd, Jeduthan Cobb 
Bolton, Jonah Strickland, Elijah Hammond 
Coventry, David Hale, Jesse Root 
Ellington, Daniel Hyde 
I lebron, John S. Peters, Asaph Trumbull 
Sorners, Calvin Pitkm, Samuel Reynolds 
£>tafFord, Elisha Aklen, Elijah Johnson 
Union, Samuel Crawford, Elijah Wales 
Willin^ton, Amos James, jun. Elijah Hanks 

OCTOBER SESSION. 

Hon. John C, Smith, Speaker 
Lyman La w and Sylvanus Backus, esq'rs. Clerks.. 

Hartford, EpHraim Root, Enoch Perkins 
Berlin, Samuel Porter, 2 J. Samuel Hart, juiu 
BriJloJ, Joel Trucfdalc 



53 

'Burlington, Abraham ^ettibqne 
Canton, George Humphreys 
Ei-.fi-Hxrtjird, Samuel Pitkin, Shubael Grifwokl 
Euft V/indfor, Noah A I leu, Aaron Biflell 
Enjicld, EHphalet Terry, Henry Terry C 
Wirmtnjrftnz, (ohn Mix, Solomon Cowles 
Glaf-nbury, Berjamin Hak?, Rofwell Holifrer 
Granky, Chaunjcey Pettibone, Jonathan Huggius 
Marthnd, Phinehas Cce, Timothy Ei-fign 
Marl' orough, Joel Foote 

Southingtcn, Roger V, hittlefe'y, Samuel Hart 
Sheffield, Luther Loomis, Oliver L. Pheips 
Simsb;t"y, Noah A. Phelphs. Shubael Kofkins 
W::tb:rsfidd, Ez.kicl P Belden, Jofeph BulkTey 
Windfor, Jofiah Phelps, David Gibb3 

New Haven, Nathan Smith, Noah Wcbftec 
"Bradford, Joel Bradley, Jonathan Merrick 
Chrjhire, Andrew Hull, Kuius Hitchcock 
Derby, Jcfbh Dudley 
Eaft Haven, Enos Hernmingvvay 
Guilford, Auguftus Collins, Nathaniel Gri£Ing 
Wamden, Amafa Bradley 
Meridcn, TlieophJrufs Hal 

Mi 'ford, Abraham V. H. DeWitt, Elhs Clark 
North-Haven, Jofeph Daolittle 
Oxford, Abel Wheeler 

Walling ford, jmed Lewis, Timothy Cook 
Waterbury, Thomas M. Culver, Nimrod Hull 
TVooJbridgj., John Dibble, David Thcmas 
Wefcott, Nathaniel Lewis 
Southlury, Shad rich Ofborn 

'New- London, Lyman Law, George Colfax 
Korxvicb, Simeon Thomas, Cuming Eel's 
Bczrah, Elihu Hyde' 

Colchefler, Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. ?eter* 
Franklin, Ele:tzer Tracy 
Groton, Rofwell Fifh, Paul F. Niles 
Lisbon, Daniel Braman 
Lyne^ William Noves, Calvin Sehfca 
E2 



MontvV.h, William W. 7-Iaughton 
North -SlGr.ir.gtGn, E'ias Heriot 
rrefioii, Denifon Palmer, Charles F.-.nning 
Stenington, Amos Gallup, Amos Palmer 
Watcrford, Grifwold Avery, jun. 

Fairfieid, Walter Bradley, John Hull 
'Dnnbt&ji Eli Mygatt, Epbra m M. White 
BroQkfieU r G-'ovge C. Smith 
Greenwich, Benjamin Brufh, -Jofhua Ferris 
Hnntir.gton, Timothy S. Wells, David Hawley 
New Cana>in % Ifaac Richards 
New- Fairfield, Levi Bearfe 

Newt-own, David Baldwin, Samuel C. Elackmaii 
NcrwrJkj Jabe^ Gregory^ Stephen Lockwood* 

Redding, Seth S. Smith, Lemuel Sanford 

Stanford, Thaddeus Bell, Ezra Lockwood 

Stratford , Jabez H. Toralinfon, Samuel Wheeler 

Sherman, (no choice) 

Trumbull, David Beardfley 

Wejlon, Samuel Sherwood, James Gray 

IVilton, Samuel Cornftock 

Windham, Peter Webb, Elifha White 

rfftord, Cyrus Dow, Jedidiah Amidon 

Brooklyn, Daniel J'utnam 

Canterbury, Luther Payne, Afa Burgess 

Columbia^ Afahef Clark, jun. 

Hampton, William Ber.net 

Killing!*, fofeph Adams, Luther Warren 

Lebanon, Zabdiel Hyde, Eliflia Ilutchmfon 

Mmsfieid, Herman 5 torrs, Roger Waldo 

Plain field, William Harris, John Gallup 

Pom/ret, Sylvanus Backus, Lemuel Ingalls. 

Sterling, Lemuel Dorrancs 

Tbomffon, Ifaic Davis, John Mafen 

Vo(untaivn % Loring Robbins 

Woodjlock, William Ch'ttds, Ebenczer Skinner 
LiTcn^rn.D, Uriel Holmes, Aaron Bradley 

Eerkhrmftead, Robert Wilcox, Robert Whitlord 

Betbiem, D.:vid %Uamy 



Zarii:n, John Adam, John Webb 
Zolcbrooh, Grove Pinuey, En or, North 
Ifimnall, Benjamin Gould, Oliver Burnhara 
Gnjken, Birdfley Norton, Adino Hale 
Harvinton, fames Brace, Benjamin Grifwold 
Kent, B irzilla Slofion 

New- Hartford, Jonathan Marfh, Afa Cowles 
New Mi/ford, Bcbee Hir.c, Andrew Mir.or 
Norfolk, Auguftus Pettibonc, John DickinfoH 
Plymouth, Lake Potter 
Roxbury, Samuel We Her 
Salisbury, Nathaniel Everts, Samuel Lee 
Sharon, John C. Smith, David St. John 
Torrington, Elifiia Smit'a, William Battell 
Wnfiington, Daniel N Brinfma;!e, Elijah Hazen 
Wurr. n, Benj >min Carter 
Watertcwn, Samuel W. Southmayd 
Winchefler, Samuel Uurlbert, Alpha Rockwell 
Woodbury, John. Strong, Noah B. Benedict 
Mtddletown, E ij ih Hubbard, John Pratt 
! Chatham, Daniel Cheency, Jonathan Bowers 
Duham, Dan Parmelee, Charles Coe 
E aft -Had dam, Eliphalet Holmes, John Brainard * 
Eiaddam, Luther Boardman, Daniel Brainard 
Ki'livgwortb, William Morgan, David Kelfy 
Saybrock, John Bull, Michael Hill 

Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Jabez Kingfbury 
Bolton, Oliver King, Elijah White 
Coventry, JefT~> Root, Dsvid Hale 
Ellington* Daniel Hyde 
Hebron, Elijah Houfe, Afaph Trumbull. 
Somers, S-muel Reynolds, Luke Hale 
Stafford, Eli/ba Alden, Elijah Johnfon 
Union, Samuel Crawford, Robert Paul 
WillingtM) Amos James, jun. ; Elijah Hanks 



56 
NOMINA T ION FOR ASSISTANTS- 1 80',1 





Votes. 




Vote: 1 . 

1007 'P 1 ^ 


Oliver Ellsworth 


9889 


,"S. T. Hosmer 


Wtfi, Hillfkmse 


95 M 


Henry Chanmion 


lOGOW 1 


John Chester 


9329 


' Calvin Gocdad 


992 ITto 


Roqer Newbury 


9739 


Isaac Beers 


93 il ■ 


Asher Millar 


1C003 


Judson Canneld 


977,1 


Aaron Austin 


984(3 


David Dagger 


961(1 


Jonathan Brace 


10133 


J ha C. Smith 


95 51 1 


Chaur.. Goodrich 


10185 


Jai>es Clark 


93.8&|1fto! 


Elizur Goodrich 


10168 


J< soph Walker 


9235I5afv 


Mat. Grisweid 


1CC69 


Jonadian Barns 


9G39n 

|Enc 








The followim?; gentlemen received the nun, 


ber of up 


votes afnxec 


» to the! 


r respective name i 


>. \fo 


Thomas Seymour 


6755 


Joshua King 


7445 P 


Jonathan Bull 


7147 


Mo^es Se\ -incur ' 


7354 H< 


Eben. Barnard 


7203 


John Welch 


7':17\. \* 


Rufus Hitchcock 


7593 


Ebenezer Devotion 


7325 \] 


Andrew Hul^, jam 


¥4 l Z& 


Daniel Tilden 


T2& 1 


Moses Warren 


7314 


Isacc Spencer 2d 


7200 V 


Niche!! Fosdick 


&m 


Kez. Goodrich 


7245 


Jabez Fitch. 


7z 2 4 1 


John T. liters 


6834 


Walter Bradley 


7507 1 


To] ij ah House 


70?5 : 


J. H. Tandinsoa 


7501 j 


Simeon Themes 


6509 



Judicial and Civil Department. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 
Hon. Stephen M.Mitchell, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Tapping Reeve, esq. j Hon. Nath'J Smith, esq. 
Hon. Zeph. Swift, esq. | Hon. J. G. Brainerd, esq* 
Hon. John Trumbull, esq. Hon. Simeon Bald win, esq. 
Hon. \Ym. Edaiond, esq. 1 Hon. R. Griswold; esq. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD* 
COUATY COUR'l. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. Chief Judge. 
|Ion. John Chester, esq. I Eliphalet Terry, esq. 
Pliny Hillyer, esq. | John Mix, esq. 

Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 
Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Hartford 
(Thomas Seymour 
Samuel VVyllys 
William Moseley 
Enoch Perkins 
Ephraim Root 
Andrew Kingsbury 
Nathan Perkins, jun. 
Amasa Keyes 
John Caldwell 
Thomas Chester 
Theodore D wight 
Jona. W. Edwards 
! Elisha Colt, esquires 

Berlin 
Gad Stanley 
James North 
Amos Hosford 
Elijah Hooker 
Daniel Dunbar 
Roger Norton 
David Webster 
Ezra Scovil, esquires 

Bristol 
Enos Ives 
Bryan Hooker, esquires 

Burlington 
Abraham Pettibone 
£,i rn eon Hart 
fttiss Hart, esquire 6 



THE PEACE. 

Canton 
Ezra Adams 
George Humphrey 
Riverius Bidwell, esqVs 

Enfield 
Henry Terry 
John Reynolds, esquire* 

East -Hartford 
Jonathan Wells 
Elisha Pitkin 
Samuel Flagg 
George Griswold 
Benajah Phelps 
Shubael Gr is wold 
George Pitkin, esquire* 

East' Windsor 
Roswell Grant 
Caleb Booth 
Daniel Rockwell 
Charles Jenks enquire* 

Farming ton 
Ichabod Norton 
Noadiah Hooker 
John Mix 

Timothy Pitkin jun. 
Ro&er Hooker, esquire* 

Glastenbury 
Josiah Haie 
EUsha Hale 
Zeph. H. ^mithjcsq'rs 



Granby 
Ozias Petti bo r.e 
Judah Ho.comb jun. 
Andrew Hiiiyer 
Hezekiah Hoicomb 
Caleb -M-ervirjian 
Joseph Cornish 
Nathaniel Pratt, esq'rs 

Hart land 
Uriel Holmes 
John Treat 
Cephas Selden 
Israel WiUnims esquires 

Marlborough 
Joel Foot 
Israel For,t, enquires 

South: r, g ion 
Timothy Clark 
Roger Whittlesey 
Samuel Woodruff jun. 
Samuel Hart, esquires 

Thaddeus Leavett 
Asahel Hathaway 
Hon. Chauncey Goodrich 



Samuel Hale 
Joseph Austin 
Vviiiam Bradley 
John W. Hanchett, esq't 

Symtbury 
Dudley Pettibone 
Hil< moii Everist 
(hih in Barber 
John Bester 
C. Humphrey, enquires 

h\, 'ar^fie/d 
Samuel W. Williams 
Joseph Bulk el ey 
John Williams 
Joshua Be Id en jun, 
EzekieJ P. Belaeu esq'rs. 

Windsor 
Oliver Mather 
Abiel Gvis>vOid 
Joslah B'ffsel 
Isaac Owen jun. 
Eljhu Mills 
Simeon Griswold 
Edward Selden, esquires 
i, esq. State Attorney* 



ill!!'? 

Slicn 
Pliny 



PRACTISING 

Hartford 
Chnuacev Goodrich 
William Moseiey 
Jonathan Rrace 
Ephraim Root 
Enoch Pei 'kins 
Theodore Dwight 
Davit! Bissell jun.' 
Jonathan W. Edwards 
Thomas S. \yilliams 
Waltey Mitchell 
Thomas Day 



ATTOBNIES. 

Thomas Huntington jun.- 

Isaac Perkins 
Eiisha Phelps 
Aaron M. Church 
Joseph Tvumbull 
John Wales 
Stedman Adams 
Seth Terry 
Solo mm Smith 
Hezekiah Flagg 
Natlian Johnson, esquires 



59 



Granby - 
Thomas Ho] comb 
Andrew D, Hillyer,csq*rs 

Syinakiiry 
William" Wi Hston 
Sereno Pettibone, esq'rs 

Sofy/ungtcn 
Samuel Woodruff 
Roger Whittlesey, esq'rs 

Sitfjidd 
Hezekiah Hnntingtou 
Wd'.iam Gay 
William Bradley 
Seth Parsgj}^ esquires 

Wctherfitid 
John Williams,, esq. 

Whid-'or 
John Sargeant 
Grove Griswold 
Joseph H. Russell, e^a'rS 
lVcf/ier;:fic/d, Sheriff. 
L. BisselT, Horace Wads- 
■worth, Hartford* Nathan Merrow, Rai.;t- Hartford* 
Daniel Abfay, jun. dvrfeld. Ezekiel Cowies, jmi. 
Farminglon. Joshua R. Jewett, Granby. Oliver 
Hancheit, SiijfL>li John B. ftiptey, Wefherificld* 
Eliliu Drake, Jonathan Palmer, juri^ Windsor* 
Elijah Beardman, Hartford* Jailor, 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN, 

COUNTY CG&RT. 

Hon; Eliaur Goodrich, Chief Jirl^e. 

Gideon Buckingham, esq. J Dver White, esq. 

John Kingsbury, esq. | Noah Webster, esq* 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 

J >hn H. Lynde, esq. Clerk. 

Dyer White, esq/ Clerk ei Superior Court. 



Berim 
Daniel Dunbar, esq.. 

Brint'A 
J*auren Barnes, esq*. 

Canton 
Sherman Everest, esq. 

Ka 8 1 - Ha rtfj rd 
Pliny Wight, esq. 

Eazt-lVnnlsor 
SamueiT. Waldo, esq. 
frnficld. Henry Terry 
William Dixon, esquires 

I'armin^ton 
Timothy Pitkin jun. 
Samuel Cowies 
Lemuel Whitman, esq'rs 

Glut ten bury 
'Zeph. H. Smith 
Samuel Jones Jan. esq'rs 

Stephen Chester, esq. 
Dejiuty Sheriffs.— Th u) 



60 



JUSTICES OF 

JSfeiv* Haven 
Henry Daggett 
Joseph Darling 
Nehemiah Smith 
Thomas Fainter 
Elisha Munson 
William Hillhouse jun. 
Eneas Munson jun. 
Charles Denison 
John Barker, esquires 

Branford 
Edward Russell 
Orchard Gould 
Benjamin Page 
James Barker 
Solomon Lindsley 
Beverly Munro, esquires 

Cheshire 
Burrage Beach 
Asahei Chittenden 
Amos Baldwin 
David Badger 
Thomas T.Cornwall 
Amasa Lewis, esquires 

Derby 
John Humphreys 
Levi Tomiinson 
Josiah Dudley 
Amas i Porter 
Philo Bassett, esquires 

East*Haven 
Josiah Bradley 
Enos Hemmingway 
Stephen Woodward,esq's 

Hamdtn 
John Hubbard 
Eli Whitney 
Aaron Bradley 



THE PE4CK. 

Elamlves, esq'rs 

Guilford 
Augustus Collins 
Miles Munger 
Jonathan Todd 
Henry Hill 
Nathan Chidsey 
Daniel Hand jun. 
i Nathaniel Gnffing 
| Abraham Chittenden jun 
1 Samuel Robinson 
Samuel Fowler, esquire* 

Milford 
Stephen Gunn 
William Atwater 
Abraham V. H. De Witt 
Elias Clark 
Benjamin Bull, esquires 

Meriden 
Zenas Mitchell 
Asaph Merriman, esq'rs 

A or -tlu Haven 
Joshua Barnes 
Joseph Pierpont 
Joseph Foot, esquires 

Oxford 
John Riggs 
David Tomiinson 
Abel Wheeler esquires 

Southbury 
Justus Johnson 
Benjamin Stiles 
Shadrach Osborne 
Simeon Hinman 
Titus Peirce, esquires 

Wallingford 
Oliver Stanley 
John M c Cleave 



Samuel Hall 2d 

Ephraim Cook 

Aaron Hall 

Geo. W. Stanley, esq'rs 
Water bury 

John Welton 
1 J hn Lewis jun. 

James Scovil 

David Thompson 
i Frederick Hotchkiss 

Jonathan Ingersoll, 



Elihu Spencer, esquires 
Woodbridge 

David French 

Thomas Darling 

Samuel Osborne 

Eihu Saniord jun. esq'rs 
Wolcott 

Mark Harrison 

Charles. Upson 

Isaac EronsGn, csqi,i;e> 
1 1. q . St a !■ c At i o fn cv , 



PRACTISING 

J\c<iV- Haven 
Jonathan Ingersoll 
William Hiilhouse jun 
David Daggett 
James Hillhouse 
Nathan Smith 
Isaac Mills 
Levi Ives jun. 
mac M. Wales 
Elihu Muhson 
Stephen Twining 
Seth P. Staples 
John H. Lynde 
William Bristol 
Jesse Atwater 
Henry W. Edwavds 
Charles Den i son 
De Lau De Forest 
Asaph Dunbar 



ATTORKIF.S. 

Jonathan E. Porter 
Elenzcr Foster 
Jeremiah Everts 
Joaavhan Atwater, esq'rs 

Cheshire 
Burr age Beach, tjc, 
Derby, John Humphrey 
Joriah Dudley, esquirei 

Milford 
Abraham V. H. De Witt 
David B. Ingersc 11, esq'rs 

Southbury 
Benjamin Stiles 
| .Simeon Hinman, esq'rs 
j Walling ford 

j George W* Stanley, esq. 
\ PI aterburij 

Cyru\ Clark 
I Bennet Bronscn, esquires- 
. Nathaniel Rossiter, esq. Sheriff*. 
Deputy Sheriffs.— Josiah B. Morse, George IVXuri- 
Eon, J\e%v*Haven. Whiting Stanley f Chet>ktv€* Fran- 
cis French, Derby. Ambrose Uice, Wallingford* 
Medad Kotchkiss, Woodbridge. Joseph Btirtca^ 
Watcrbury. 

Jorn Cforfc Ncw-Hnyen. Jvikri 



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COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

COUATY COURT. 

Hon. Elias Perkins, esq. Chief Judge, 

Benjamin Coit, esq. J Matthew Griswold, esq* 

Joseph Isham, esq, | Henry Champion, esq, 

Matthew Gr is wold. esq. Treasurer. 

Winthrop Saltonstall, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of th 

Sv.pef ior Court. 

m" 

JU STIC fa: gf the peace. 



JSiew -London 

Jonathan Starr / 

Guy Richards 

George Colfax 

Lyman Law 

Jacob B. Gurley 

William P. CleavelaM 

William Williams 
■ Elias West, esquires 
A orivich 

Elisha Hyde 

ChristopherLeffingwell 

Andrew Huntingum 

Asa Spalding 

Andrew Perkins 

Thomas Fanning; 

James Lanman 

James Backus 
Erastus Huntington 
{ Jabez Huntington 
Calvin Goddard, esq'rs 
&ozrah, Asa Woodworth 
Asa Fitch, esquires 

Colchester 
John Isham 2d 
John R. Watrous 
Joel Worthing con 
Roger Bulkeley 
Ichabod L. Skinner 



Asa Bigelow, esquires 

Franklin 
Eli Hyde 
Silas Hartshorne 
Elisha Edgerton,esquirei 

Grolon 
Ebenezer Ledyard 
Amos Geer 
Starr Chester 
Ebenezer Avery 2d 
Isaac Avery 
Jolm Daboll 
Ralph Hurlbut 
j Stephen Avery, esquires 

Lisbon 
Levi Perkins jun. 
Joshua Perkins 
Elisha Morgan, esquire* 

Lyme 
Andrew Griswold 
Seth Ely jun. 
David F. Silt 
Moses Warren jun* 
Calvin Selden 
David M. Jewett 
Selden Warner 
Samuel Mather jun* 
Roger Griswold 
Richard M'Cufdy 



Ire 



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fohn Noyes esquires 

Montvitte. 
|Daniel F. Raymond 
lames Fitch 
fared Comstock 
pavid Turner, esquires 

Preston 
|3amuel Mott 
leiemiah Halsey 
[Daniel Morgan jun. 
Isaac Avery 
AJexander Stewart 
Charles Fanning 
Solomon G id dins 
Ionah Witter 
Moses Lester 

Asa Spalding, esq 

PRACTISING 

New -London 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurlcy 
William P. Cleaveland 
Ijirah Isham 
[Elijah Hubbard jun» 
Ebenezer Learned 
George Wheat 
Wm. F. Brain ard, esq'rs 

Aorwich 
Elisha Hyde 
Asa Spaldirg 
Luther Spalding 
William S. Hart 
James Lnnman 
Charles Lathrop 
John Hyde 
Joseph Williams 



Christ'r Morgan, esq'rs 

Stonington 
Nathaniel Miner 
Joshua Babcock 
Elijah Palmer 
Latham Hull 
Stephen Avery 2d 
Coddington Billings 
Samitel Prentice 
Stephen Hall 
William Woodbridge 
Edward Smith, esquires 

Waterford 
Griswold Avery 
George Williams 
Pardon T. Taber, esq'rs 
. State Attorney. 

ATTORNIES. 

Ulysses Selden 
James Stedman 
George Perkins 
George D. Hill, esquires 

Colchester 
Benjamin Trumbull 
Samuel A. Peters 
Ich. L, Skinner, esquires 

Groton 
Elisha Williams, est}. 

Lyme 
Richard M'Curdy 
David M. Jewett, esq'rs 

Preston 
Jeremiah Halsey, esq. 

Stoning ion 
Nathaniel Miner 
Coddington Billings, esq's 



Joshua Huntingten, ™q. Norwich, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs,— WiiHam Richards, J\tev-Lon~ 



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dofu Bela Peck, Shubael Breed, Norwich. So]< 
mon Scovil, Colchester. Watrous Beck with, Lyim 
Paul Babcock, Sionington. Hezekiah Goddarc 
2 J rest on. • 

Jailors, Chauncey Arnold, Aew-London. 
Seth Miner, Norwich, 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 
COUNTY COURT. 

Samuel W. Johnson, esq. Chief Judge. 
J ahez Fitch, esq. I Andrew L. Hillj esq. 

Nathan Wheeler, esq. j Joseph Silliman, esq. 

Lewis ft Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 
David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Su^-jrior Court 



JUSTICES OF 

F airfield 
Jonathan Sturges 
Lewis u. Starves 
Joseph Strong 
David Allen 
David Judath 
Samuel Rowland 
Ebenezer Banks 
Cier shorn Burr 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Talcott Banks, esquires 

D anbury 
Eli Mygatt 
Thomas Taylor 
James Clark 
."Benjamin Ilicock 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Daniel B. Cook 
Thomas Tavlor jun. 
Daniel N. Carrm^toii 
David Foot, esquires 

Brook fit Ul 
Amos Wheeler 



THE PEACE. 

Eli Perry 

Jesse Noble 

Ri verms Hawley, esq'rs 

Greenwich 
John M'Kray 
Ebenezer Mead 
Gilbert Close 
Daniel Wood jun. 
Jabez Mead, esquires 

Huntington 
Elisha Mills 
Diodate Silliman 
Legrand M. Lewis 
Othniel De Forest 
Jolm Curtiss 
Abel French, esquires 

JVorwalk 
Eliphalet Lock wood 
Job Bartram 
Taylor Sherman 
Roger M. Sherman 
Wm. M, Belts, esquires 



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Aew-Canaan 
Isaac Richards 
jBiphalet St. John, csq'vi 

A ew- Fair field 
Nehemiah Bearaslee 
Joseph Beai se jun. esq'r: 

Aewtoun 
David Baldwin 
Asa Chapman 
Samuel C. Blackmnn 
Zachariah Ferns, esq*:*? 

fttddttig 
James Rogers 
William Heron 
Seth S. Smith, esquires 

Kid'jficld 
Ph'lip B," Bradley 
William Forrester 
Thomas St. John 
Samuel Stebbins 
Nathan Smith 
Jonathan Keeler 
Job Smith, esquires 

Stamford 
John Davenport jun. 
R c ube n Scol fi el d . 

Lewis B. Sturges, 



Samuel Webb 
Nathan Wted jun- 
Ebenezer Davenport 
Jeremiah Andrews 
Joseph W T ood, esquires 

Stratford 
Robert Walker 
Abijah M'Kwen 
Joseph Backus 
Joseph Walker 
Josiah Lacey, esquires 

Sherman 
Stephen Barnes 
David Barlow 
G. Be Giddins, esquires 

Irumbull 
Stephen Beards] ee 
Lewis Burton 
David Seelye, esquires 

Weston 
John Sherwood 
Jeremiah Rowland, esq'rs 

li ikon 
Matthew Mead 
Matthew Marvin, esq'rs 

esq. State Attorney. 



PRACTISING 

Fairfield 
David Burr 
Lewis B. St urges 
Samuel Rowland 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Gideon Tomlinson 
Thaddeus B. Wakeman 
James Burnett, esquires 

JDanbury 
Epaphras W, Bull 

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ATTORNIES. 

Matthew B. Whittlesey 

John P. White 

Moses Rater*, esquires 

Greenwich 
Timothy Walker, esq, 

JYent'tontm 
Samuel C. BlacKman 
Asa Chapman 
Timothy >3hepard, csq'rs 



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A'crwalk 
Taylor Sherman 
Roger M* Sherman, esq's 

Redding 
Seth S. Smith, esq. 

Stamford 
John Davenport Jan. 
James Stevens 
Simeon H. Miner 
Frederick Scovil 



Joseph Wood, esquires 

Stratford 
Joseph Walker 
Roswell Judson 
Robert Fairchild 
Joseph Backus 
Benjamin Hall 
Charles M'Ewen 
Charles Bostwick 
Win. Benedict, esquires 



Ebenezer Dimon, esq. Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs — John G. Allen, Fairfield* Sa- 
muel Wiidman, jun. Banbury. Herman Warner, 
Aewtown. Thomas F. Rowland, Aorwalk. Aaron 
Morehouse, Redding. Joseph Gray, Stamford. John 
Thompson, Stratford. Peter Laboree, Huntington. 
Ezra Gregory, Bridgeport* 

Jailors* — Isaac Jndson, Fairfield. 

Samuel Wiidman, jun. Banbury. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 
COUATY COURT. 

Hon. Thomas Grosvenor, esq. Chief Judge. 
Ebenezer Devotion, esq. I Hezekiah Ripley* esq. 
James Gordon, esq. | Lemuel Ingalls, esq. 

James Gordon, esq. Treasurer. 
Samuel Gray, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Com t. 



JUSTICES OF 

Windham 
Timothy Larrubee 
Samuel Gray 
Jabez Clark 
Samuel Perkins, esquires 

Ashfqrd 
Abel Simmons jun. 
John Palmer 
William Walker 
Josias Byles 



THE PEACE. 

William Perkins 
Andrew I. Judson, esq'rs 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 
Joseph Scarborough 
James Eldredge 
Roger W. Williams, esq's 

Canterbury 
Daniel Frost 
Luther Paine 



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Vsa Bacon 

\sa ''utts 

Isaac Backus 

Uttfo Adams, esquires 
Columbia 

fames Pineo 
ksahei Clark 2d 
[Daniel Lord, esquires 

Hamjiton 
|Rbe»ezer Moseley 

Philip Pearl 

Fames Burnett, esquires 

Killinglij 
fames Danielson 
Ezra Hutchins 
Joel Day 
Joseph Adams 
Sampson Howe 
[lobar t Terry 
Pelatiah Mason, esquires 

Lebanon 
Elkanah Tisdale 
Jeremiah Mason 
Peleg Thomas 
Thaddeus Clark 
James Mason 
William T. Williams 
Rufus Lamb 
Eliph't Metcalf, esquires 

Mansfield 
Frederick Freeman 
Jesse Williams 
John Salter 
Barzillai Swift 
Constant Southworth 



Benjamin Hanks, esq'rs 

Flainfield 
William Dixon 
Anthony Bradford 
Ephraim Wheeler 
John Douglass 
Joseph Eaton, esquires 

Pumfret 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Sylvanus Backus 
Ebenezer Kingsbury 
John Holbrook, esquires 

Sterling 
John Gaston 
John Wylie 
Samuel Bullock 
Anthony Brown, esquires 

Thompson 
Jason Phipps 
Thaddeus Lamed 
Noadiah Russell 
George Larned 
John Jacobs, esquires 

Fsluntotvn 
Allyn Campbell 
James Alexander 
Joseph Wylie 
Thomas Backus, esquires 

Woodstock 
John M'Clellan 
Nehemiah Child 
John Fox 
Ebenezer Smith 
Jonathan Morse 
Philip Hay wood, esquires! 



Jabez Clark, esq* State Attorney* 



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PRACTISING 

Windham 
Timothy Larrabee 
Jabez Clark 
Samuel Perkins 
John Baldwin 
David W. Young 
Charles Fitch, esquires 

Ashford 
William Perkins 
David Bolles, esquires 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 
Daniel Kies, esquires 

Canterbury 
Rufus Adams, esq. 

Columbia 
Asahel Clark, esq 



ATTORNIES. 

Killinghj 
Seth D. Burbanks, esq, 

Lebanon 
Win, T< Williams, esq. 

Plaivjidd 
William Dixon 
Joseph Eaton, esquires 

Pomfret 
Sylvan us Backus 
John Holbr 30k, esquires 

Sterling 
Artemas Baker, esq. 

Thomht>o?i 
George Larned, esq. 

Woodstock 
John M'Clellan 
liilip Haywood., esq'rs 



}jtf: 



Henry Webb, esq. Windham, Sheriff. 

Defiuty Sheriffs. — Chester Abbe, Tfindham. John 

Perkins, Asliford. Walter Hough, Canterbury* 

Samuel Kies, Brooklyn. Elisha Gleason, Pomfret. 

Hubbard Button, Lebanon, George Gordon, Plain* 

field* Rensellaer Childs, IVoodstock. 

Benjamin Brewster, Windham, Jailor* 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 
COUNTY COURT. 

Joshua Porter, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Aaron Austin, esq. I David Smith, esq. 
Nathan Hale, esq. | D. N. Rrinsmade, esq* 

Julius Deming, esq. Treasurer. 
Fred. Wolcott, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court* 



JUSTICES OF 

Litchfisld 
James "Morris 
John Allen 
Julius Deming 



THE PEACE. 
I Frederick Wolcott 
I Seth L an don 

I Uriel Holmes jun» 
Roger Marsh 



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Nathan Basset 

K. N. Whittlesey 

Benj. Tallmadge,esquires 

Berkhtmfistead 
Joseph Wilder 
Israel Jones jun. 
Samuel Haytien 
Pelatiah Allen, esquires 

Bethlcm 
David Bellamy 
Ebenezer Perkins 
Billy Ambler 
Geo. D.Hassen, esquires 

Canaan 
Elizur Wright 
John Elmer 
Silas Franklin 
John Hurlbut esq'rs 

Cole brook 
Elijah Rockwell 
Samuel Mills esq'rs 

C'irnvjall 
John Pierce 
Judah Kellogg 
John Sedgwick 
Oliver Burnham 
Benjamin Gould 
John Calhoun, esq'rs 

Goshen 
Adino Hale 
Samuel Hopkins 
pirdsy Norton e>q'rs 

Harwinton 
James Brace 
Lewis Catlin 
Benj. Griswold, esq'rs 

Kent 
Barzillai Slosson 
Julius Castle 



Matthew Elliot esquires 

J\ ew*Hartford 
Seth Spencer 
Abraham Kellogg jun. 
Asa Cole 
Roger Mills, esquires 

j\>ew-Milford 
Josiah Starr 
Reuben Warner jun. 
Elisha Bostwick 
Abijah Treat 
David S. Boardman 
Nathaniel Taylor 
Abel Merlin, esquires 

Norfolk 
Nathaniel Stephens 
Eleazer Holt 
Aug. Pettibone, esquires 

Plymouth 
Daniel Potter 
Lake Potter esquires 

tfoxbury 
Curtis Hurd 
Phineas Smith 
Elihu Canfield, esquires 

. Sharon 
David Downer 
Isaac Pardee 
Augustus Taylor 
John G. Smith 
Judson Canfield 
Daniel St. John, esquires 

Salisbury 
Adonijah Strong 
Samuel Lee 
Elisha Sterling 
Lot Norton j'r 
Phineas Chapin, esquires 



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Tortington 
Elisfoa Smith 
William BaUle 
Phineas North 
Norman Griswold, esq'rs 

Washington , 
David Whittlesey 
William Coggswell 
Elijah Hazen, esquires 

IVmchexttr 
Eliphaz Alvord 
Samuel Huvibut 

Uriel Holmes, jun, e^ 



Solomon Rockwell, esq* 

Warren. 
Nathaniel Swift 
John Tallmadge, esquire 

Watertoivn 
Thomas Fenn 
Elijah Woodward 
S. W. Southmayd 

Woodbury 
Noah B. Benedict 
Reuben -Mitchel 
John Strong, esquires 
\>q.4 State Attorney. 



\ esq'rj 



M 

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lirtj 



PRACTISING 

JLitchJicld 
John Allen 
Isaac Baldwin jur>* 
Uriel Holmes, jun* 
James Gould 
Aaron Smith 
Seth B. Beers 
Asa Bacon jar.. 
Joseph L. Smith 
A iron B. Reeve 
R. C. Austin, esquires 

Canaan 
Thomas Wilcox- 
John Elmer 
Win- Bur rill, j'r esquires 

Kent 
Barzillai Slo^son, esquire 

Norfolk 
Augustus Pettihone 
Michael F. Mills. 

A cr;- Hartford 
Roger Mills, esquire 



ATTORNIES. 

JVcw- Mil/or d 
David S. Boardman 
Joseph A , Bost w ick,esq'rs 

Plxmiouth 
Calvin Butler r esquire 

Sharon 
Judson Canfield 
John C. Smith 
Cvrus Swart 
William G. Williams 
Charles Y. Chase, esq'rs 

Salisbury 
Adonijah Strong 
Elisha Sterling 
Martin Strong 
Anson Sterlings esquires 

. Washington 
William Cogswell, esq. 

Winchester 
s Phineas Miner 
N. Wetmore 
Joseph Miller, esquires 



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Woodbury I William Haw-ley 

Noah B. Benedict | Mat. Miner, j'r esquires 

John R. Landon, esq. Sheriff. 
Drfiuty-Sbcriffs. — Roger Cook, Litchfield. Sam- 
uel Co.nstock, A r ew-Miford. Nathaniel Robbins, 
Norfolk. Roswell Austiu, JVew- Hartford. Timo- 
thy Chittenden, Salisbury. Philo De Forest, Wood- 
bury. I. Calhoun, Cornwall. Linus Fenn, Flym- 
outh. David Bird, Bethlein. 

Roger Cook, Litchfield, Jailor* 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 
COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. Asher Miller, esq. Chief Judge. 
Elijah Hubbard, esq„ I William Morgan, esq. 
Eliphalet Holmes, esq. | Seth Overton, esq. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. Treasurer. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court, 



JUSTICES OF 
Middletoivu 
John Dickinson 
Samuel W. Dana 
Chauncey Whittlesey 
Matthew T. Russell 
Nehemiah Hubbard jun 
Ebcjezer Sage 
Lemuel Storrs 
Isaac Gridley 
Isaac Miller 
Amos Sage 

Eben. Roberts, esquires 
Chatham, James Bill 
Daniel Shepard 
David White 
John Parmele 
David Clark 
William Dickson 



THE PEACE. 
Asahel H. Strong 
Cyrus Bill 
Nath'l Cornwell, esquires 

Durham 
Simeon Parsons 
Dan Par male, esquires 

East-Tfaddam 
Jona*-0. Moseley 
Isaac Spencer 2d 
Abner Hall 
Jared Spencer 
Timothy Gates 2d 
Ebenezer Holmes 
Josiah Griffin 
Israel Cone 
John Brainerd, esquires 

Haddam 
Nehemiah Brainerd 



Ezra Bi'ainerd 
Daniel Brainerd 
Smith Clark 
Oliver Wells 
Stephen Tibbals, esquires 

Killingworth 
Hezekiah Lane 
Abraham Pierson 
Job Wright 
Martin Lard 
Dan Lane 
G eor ge Ell i ot .. j \ r esqu: re s 



Saybrook 
Jonathan Lay 
Wiiliam Hart 
Timothy Starkey • 
Thomas Silliman 
Samuel Hart- 
John Bull 
Samuel Williams 
Samuel Tully 
John Stannard 
Jonathan Warner 
John Piatt, esouirc 



Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, esq* State Attorney 



PRACTISING 

- Middle town 
Stephen T. Hosmer 
Samuel W. Dana 
Matthew T. Russell 
Enoch Huntington jun. 
Alexander Collins 
Chauncey Whittlesey j'r 
«!ohn L. Lewis 
Levi H. Clark 
W. Vandeursen,j'r esq'rs 



ATTORSTIES* 

Chatham 
Asahel H. Strong 
John H, Peters, esquires 

East- Haddain 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Jared Spencer, esquires 

Killing worth 
Noah Lester 
Amaziah Bray, esquires 

Say brook 
George VV. Jewett, esq* 
Enoch Parsons, esq. Sheriff. 
Deputy -Sheriffs. — Asahel Lpomis, Middletown- 
Daritei Smith, Haddam. Chevers Bramard, Joseph 
Koyes, East* Haddain, Nathaniel Matson, Lyme* 
Danforth Clark, Saybrook. Ralph Smith 2d, Chat* 
ham* 

Daniel Smith, Had dam, Jaikr* 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 
COUjYTY COURT. 
Sylvester Gilbert, esq. Chief Judge. 
Jesse Cady, esq. I Oliver King, esq. 

BamueJ Dunton. esq. | David Hale, esq, 



Sphraim Grant, j an. esq. Treasurer and Clerk, and 
Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Tolland 
Jonathan Barnes 
faboz Kingsbury 
Elisha Stearns, , esquires 

Bolton 
Samuel Carver 
Ichabod Warner 
Phineas Talcott, esquires 

Coventry 
Ephraim Kingsbury 
Benajah Strong 
Eleazer Pcmeroy 
Daniel Bui nap 
Nathan Howard 
Eben'r Hunt 
Jesse Root, esquires 

Hebron 
Elihu Marvin 
lilijah House 
Joel Jones 
E. L, Lathrop 

Jonathan Barns esq 



THE PEACE. 

John H. Buel 

Samuel Gilbert, esquires 

Ellington 
John H. Goodrich 
Asa Willey 
Robert Hyde, esquires 

Vomers 
Simeon Forbes jun» 
Giles Pease 
Benjamin Phelps, 
Calvin Pitkin 
Solomon L. Fuller, esqVfl 

Stafford 
Eleazer W. Phelps 
Eiiab Alden, esquires 

Union 
Samuel Crawford 
Abijah Sessions, esquires 

Willing ion 
Elisha Johnson, esquire 

State Attorney, 



PRACTISING 

Tolla?id 
Jonathan Barns 
Elisha Stearns 
G. Scarborough, esquires 

Hebron 
John T. Peters 
Leonard Lathrop 
Stuart Pet be, esquires 

So mem 
Elisha Wales 



ATTORKIES. 

Simeon Abby, esquires 

Stafford 
Eleazer W. Phelps 
Calvin Willey, esquires 

Boltoil 
Saul Alvord, esquire 

Coventry 
leremiab Parish, ^esquin 

Ellington 
Asa Willey, esquire 



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+ Elijah Chapman, jun. esq;. Sheriff* 

Befiuty-Shenjfs. William Williams, Tollana 
George G. Gilbert, Hebron. Aholiab Johnson, Staj 

ford* 

Nathan Chapman, Tolland, Jailor* 

COURTS OF PROBATE7 

Districts. Judges* Clerks* 

Hartford^ Jonathan Bull, esq. Mr. J.naes Wells* 
*Yetv-Haven*yL. Goodrich, esq. 3. II. Lynde, esq* 
A . London) Hon. W. H i I lb ouse, Lyman Law, esq. 
Fairfield) Sara'i Rowland, esq. Gershom Burr, esq, 
Windham, ' Hon, W. Williams, 
lAtchfieldy Fred. VVolcott, esq. 




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Jsiorfolk, A. Pettibone, esq. Uf 

Woodbury , N. B. Benedict, esq.M. Miner, esq, m 
Stamford^ E. Davenport, j'res.A. Davenport, esq*- IjV 
D anbury ) Hon. J. V. Cook, Mr. J. P. Cook.jurid \l 
M*y Haddam, Isaac Spencer, esq.Jared Spencer, esq* 
Aorwichj A. Huntington, esq. Mr. J. Huntington, 
Pom fret* Hon. T. Grosvenor,L, Grosvenor, esq, 
Sharon, Joshua Porter, esq. Mr. J. Porter, jun, 
Stafford* Jesse Cady, esq. E, W. Phelps, esqw 
Simsbury, Geo. Humphrey,es.Mr. Wm. Stone, 
Stonington, Latham Mull, esq. C. Billings, esq, 
FarmiTigton.Uon. I, Tread well, Mr. Martin Bull. 
I Vallingfor */,Gliver Stanley, esq.G. W. Stanley, esq.; 
SaybrQok) Hez. Lane, esq. Mr. Dan Lane. 
Stratford) Rob. Walker, esq. Jos. Walker, esq, 
JL, Windsor) Elipb. Terry, esq. Mr. Henry Terry. 
Waterburyi J. Kingsbury, esq. Mr. Ed w'd Porter. 
JXorwalk) T. Sherman, esq. Wm. M. Betts, esq. 
J\f* Mil/or d} D.S.Boardman,esq. J. A. Bostwick, esq« 
Ilebroii) Sylv. Gilbert, esq. Mr. G. O. Gilbert, 1 1 
Gfanby* Pliny Iiillyeij esq. 



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NOTARIES PUBLICK. 



Hartford, Enoch Perkins, Theodore Dwight, 
A^» jEKrr.^. S^Elizur Goodrich, Dyer White, 
Aew-Haven^ ^ a L ynde. 

Derby, John Humphreys, jun. 

Milford, David B. Ingersoll, 

A. London, Lyman Lav/, Ebenezer Learned. 

\JVorwich, James Lanman, William S. Hart, 

Stonington, Ceddington Billings. 

Lyme, W T il3iam Noycs, jun, 

Preston, Samuel Mott. 

Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, 

Windham, Samuel Perkins, 

Woodstock, Jedediah Morse, 

Litchfield, • Frederick Wolcott. 

Sharon John C. Smith. 

Middletown, Matthew T. Russe, Steph. T. llosir.e.r. 

Nuffield, Hez- Huntington. 

Jsforwalk, Eliphalet Lockwccd. 

Bidfffield, Nathan Dauchy. 

Salisbury, Elisha Sterling. 

Bridgeport, Joseph Backus, 

Strafford, Robert Walker. 

D anbury, Amos Cook. 

JJaddam, Levi H. Clark. 

Brooklyn, John Parish. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES, 
In the State of Connecticut. 



COUNTY OF 
Hartford 
Rev. Nathan Strong d. d. 
Abel Flint l 
Nathan Perkins d.p. 
Menzies Rayuer E 
Henry Grew B 



HARTFORD. 

Berlin J. Smalley d. d. 

1'enoni Upson 

Evan Johns 

Plurality p 

Bristol Giles H. Cowles 

Daniel WiJcman B 



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Burlington Jona. Miller 

Vacant ' B 

Canton Jere. Hallock 
East- Hartford 

Andrew Yates 

Salmon King 4 

Alas Bromley B 

East- Windsor 

David M'Clure d.d, 

Shubael Bartlett 

Plurality E 

Enfield Nehe. Prudden 

Vacant , C 

George Atwell B 
.Marlborough 

David B. Ripley 
Farmington Noah Porter 

Ruius Hawley 
Glastenbury P. Hawes 

Joseph "Strong 
Granby Isaac Porter 

Whitefield Cowles 

Vacant 

Asa Corn well E 

Ilartland Aaron Church 



Nathaniel Gaylord 
Southington 

William Robinson 

Plurality 

Vacant 
Siiffidd Ebenezer Gay 

Daniel Waldo 

Vacant . E 

Vacant B 

John Hastings B 

Sim&bury Vacant^ 

Plurality E 

Vacant B 

Wether sfield 

John Marsh, d. d. 

Joshua Belden") 

Joah Brace 5 

Calvin Chapin 
Windsor 

Henry A, Rowland 

William F, Miller 

Vacant 

Abel Gillett B 

Fred. Chapman B 



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COUNTY OF 

JSictj- Haven 
Rev- Moses Stuart 
Samuel Me r win 
Abm. Jarvis d. d. E 
Bela Hubbard d.d. E 
Noah Williston 
Bradford Vacant 
Matthew Noyes 
Samuel Eells 
Vacant 

Vacant E 

/ Cheshire John Foot 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Oliver Hitchcock 

Reuben Ives E 

Derby Vacant 

Abner Smith 

Calvin White E 

Plurality E 

East- Haven Vacant 

Vacant E 

Guilford 

Vacant 

John Elliott 

Thomas Wells Bray 



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Aaron Button 
David Baldwin 

Ilamden 

John Hyde 
Abraham Ailing 
Plurality ' E 

Milforcl Btza Fineo 
Vacant 
Vacant E 

Wferiden Eivstus Ripley 

J\orlh-l r (iTC7l 

Bei j. Tiumbuil d.d. 
Vacant E 

Oxford Vacant ■ 

Chauncev Frindle E 



IVccdhrhlge 

Vacant 

Isaac Jones jun. 
Wallivgford 

James Koycs 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Vacarjt B 

; Vacant B 

Wa. terbury 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Ira Hart 

Virgil II. Barber E 
Wolccit 

Israel B. Woodward 



COUNTY OF : 

J\ civ-London 

Rev. Abel M'Ewen 

Charles Seabury E 
Samuel West B 

Bozrah Jona. Murdcck 
Vacant B 

Colchester Salmon Cone 
Ezra Stiles Ely 
Vacant 

EliadaBlakesly B 
Asa Wilcox B 

Franklin Samuel Nott 

Groton Vacant 
Vacant 

Vacant C 

Silas Bur roves B 

John G. Whitman . B 

Lisbon Levi kelson 
Andrew Lee 



Ji^t -LONDON. 

Amos Reed B 

Lyme Lathrop Rockwell 
Vacant 

David Huntington 
Jason Lee B 

Vacant C 

MovJville Abishai Alden 
Robert Fargo C 

Reuben Palmer B 

A orivich Joseph Strong 
Walter King 
John Tyler E 

John Sterry B 

Preston 

Lemuel Tyler 
Levi Hart d.d. 
Plurality E 

Vacant C 

Vacant B 

G 2 



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Slonington Vacant 




Simeon Brown 


E 


Vacant 




Vacant 


B 


Christo. Avery 


C 


Wat erf or i 




Peleg R^ckll 


B 


Z.idock Darrow 


B 


• COUNTY 


0F» 


FAIRFIELD. 


i 


Fa'v^icld 




A' or walk 


1,1 


Rev. He in an Hum phi i 


es 


Roswell B. Swan 


( 


Hez, Rip'ey d.d. 




Whitloek 


E 


Horace Holly 




Redding Nath'l Barlet 


t 


Philo Shelton 


E 


Jonathan Bartlett 




Asahel Morse 


B 


Plurality 


E 


Brockfild 




Pddg field S. Goodrich 




Richard Williams 




Vacant 




Plurality 


E 


Vacant 


B 


Danbury Israel Ward 




Plurality 


E 


Samuel Sturges" 




Sherman 




Plumb 


E 


Maltby Gelston 




Eben. Wbite Sand, 


Stamford Daniel Sin it 


\ 


Nathan Buckley 


B 


William Fisher 




Vacant 


B 


Amzi Lewis 




Greenwich Vacant 




Vacant 


E 


Isaac Lewis d.d. 




Ebenezer Ferris 


B 


Piatt Bufifett 




Strafford 




Plurality 


E 


Stephen W. Stebb 


ins 


Huntington David Ely 


Elijah W T aterman 




Elisha Rexford 




Ashhel Baldwin 


E 


Ambrose Todd 


E 


Vacant 


B 


JVtTJ-Canaan Vacant 




Trumbull 




Plurality 


E 


Daniel C. Banks 




JS'ew-Fo ir field 




Plurality 


E 


Med ad Rogers 




Weston James Johnson 


fit ewtonvn Jehu Cl ark 


Vacant 




Daniel Burhans 


E 


Plurality 


E 


John Sherman 


B 


Wilton Samuel Fisher 




Solomon Glover 


U 







COUNTY OF WIXDHAJI 

Windham Vac. Vac. 

Vacant C j As 



Joshua Abbey 
h/brd Vacant 



ro 



William Storrs 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Brooklyn J. Whitney, d.d. 
, Daniel Fog E 

Coin m b ; a V a can t * 
Canterbury Vacant 

Erastus Learned 
Hamfiton 

Ludo\ icus Weld 

Abel Palmer B 

Killingly Elisha Atkins 

Israel Day 

Gurdon Johnson 

Peter Rogers B 

Lebanon Zcbulon Ely 

Wm, B. Ripley 

John Guiley 

Nehemiah Dodee B 



Mansfield 

Samuel P. Williams 
Moses C. Welch 
Joshua Bradley B 

Plain field Joel Benedict 
Nathaniel Cole B 

P^mfrct Asa King 
Walter Lyon 
J. Grow B 

Sterling Vacant 

Thompson Daniel Dow 
Pier son Crosby B 

Volu^town Vacant 
Vacant 
Amos Crandal C 

Woodstock Eliph. Lyman 
William Graves 
Alvin Underwood 
Amos Wells B 
L'Doit B 



COUNTY OF 

lAtchfulcl 

Rev. Judah Champion 7 

Dan Huntington 5 

Amos Chase 

Joseph E. Camp 

Vacant 

Truman Marsh E 

Abraham Fowler 

Vacant B 

Bt'lhlem Azel Backus 
Barkhemfisted 

Ozias Eells 

Vacant Vacant 
Colib rock Chauncey Lee 

Rufus Babcock B 
Canaan Pitkin Cowles 

Charles Prentice 



LITCHFIELD. 

Cornwall Timo. Stone 
Josiah Hawes 

Goshen Asahel Hooker 

Harivinton 

Joshua Williams 
Vacant E 

Kent Joel Board well 

A ew- Mil ford Vacant 
Benj. Benham E 

A ew-Bartford 
Amasa Jerome 
Vacant B 

Norfolk 

Am mi R. Robbins 

Plymouth 

Simon W r aterman 
Plurality E 



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Roxbnry 


Vacant 




Zephaniah Swift 


Plurality 


E 


Plurality E 


Plurality 


E 


Isaac Fuller B 


Warren Peter Starr 




Sharon J)w\&U Perry 


Vacant 


B 


Salisbury 


Water town 




Joseph W. Crosman 


Uriel Gridlev 




Soul ;, bur if ' 


- — — W&ecler 


E 


Be nj a m in W il d m an 


IVoodbury 




Vacant 


Noah Benedict 




Tcrrir,p;tc?i 


_ Vacant 


E 


Alexander Giliet 


Win ch es t cr V d cant 




Sam'l J. Mills 


James Beach 




Washington Eben. Porter 


Tain age 


1$ 


COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 




Middtetckwi 


East- Ha dd am 




Rev. Enoch Huntington 


Elijah Parsons 




Vacant E 


Win. Lyman 




C re r shorn Bulkelcy 


Joseph Vail 




Vacant 


Solo. Blacks! ee 


E 


Thomas Minor 


Sim. Dickinson 


B 


Vacant 


Haddam David F. Fi 


vld 


Joseph Graves 


Kimng&orth) 




Grant B 


Achilles Mans5el< 


1 


Green B 


Josiah B. Andrews 


Chatham Say brook 




Cyprian Strong, d.d. 1 F. W. Hotchkiss 




David Selden 


Richard Ely ") 
Aaron Hoveyj 




Joel West 




Smith Miles E 


Thomas Rich 




Vacant B 


Samuel Mills, 




Durham David Smith 


Plurality 


E 


Plurality E 


Eliphakt Lester 


B 


COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 




Tolland 


Hebron Amos Basset 




Rev. N. Williams, d.d. 


Nathan Gillet 




Jonathan Goodwin B 


Vacant 


E 



Bolton George Colton 

Ebenezer Kellogg 
Coventry Abiel Abbot 

Eph. T- Woodruff 

Royal Tyler 
Ellington 

Diodate Brockway 



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So?ners VVm. L. Strong 
Stafford Vac. Vac. Vac. 
Union Vacant 
Willing t oil 

Hubbil Loomis 
David Lillibridge B 



The following is a List of unsettled Ministers* 
Hew— Thomas Robbins, Norfolk ; Ezekiel J. Chap- 
man, Saybrook ; David Avery, Mansfield ; Thomas 
Williams, Pomfret ; Timothy Field, Simeon Backus, 
Guilford ; Calvin Ingals, Stafford ; Joshua Perry, 
Bristol ; Hercules Weston, Kent ; Allen Olcott, 
East-Hartford ; Henry Channing, Jabez Munsell, 
New-London ; Aaron Cleaveland, Hartford. 

Candidates fir caching with licences from the district 
Associations^ and presented to the General Asso- 
ciation. 

James W. Robbins, Norfolk ; Moses Gillett^ 
New-Hartford ; Thomas Punderson, John Niles, 
Daniel Crocker, New-Haven ; Eli Hyde, Franklin ; 
John Dorrance, Brooklyn ;- Timothy Williams, 
Woodstock ; Abiel Russell, Greenwich ; John Jud- 
son, Ashford ; Andrew Rawson, Brattleborough, (Vt.) 
Levi Collins, Somers ; Andrew Elliot, Fairfield ; 
Hosea Beckley, Berlin ; Mark Mead, Greenwich ; 
Samuel W T hittlesey, Litchfield ; George Colton, 
Hartford ; Elijah G, Welles, New-Hartford ; Henry 
Chapman, Tolland ; Nathan Strong, jun. Hartford ; 
John Hough, Canterbury ; Mills Day, Washington ; 
Jeremiah Osborne, Lenox ; Oliver Wetmore, Hart- 
ford ; Luke Wood, Somers ; Silas Higlcy, Simsbury ; 
Joshua Huntington, N.London ; Jonathan Bird,Beriin. 

Officers of the Missionary Society of Connecticut. 
Hon. Messrs. John Treadwell, Oliver Ellsworth, 



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Roger Newbury, Aaron Austin, Jonathan Brace, a 
John Davenport, esquires. — Rev. Mess. Cypri 
Strong, D. D. Elijah Parsons, Samuel J. Mills, N 
than Perkins, D. D. Samuel Nott, and Calv 
Chapin, Trustees. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
llev. Abel Flint, Auditor. 



COLLEGES, &c. 

Yale College, New-Haven. 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. D. President. 
Timothy Dwight, Prqfessor of Divinity \ 
Jeremiah Day, Prcfessor of Mathematics and J\a~i 

ral Philosophy. . 
Elizur Goodrich, Prof sr or of Hovj, 
Ber.jamin Silfiman, Professor of Chemistry and JVai 

u ral History, ■ 
James L. Kingslcy, Professor cf Languages and Ec 

clcsiastical History, 

FELLOWS. 

Rev. Enoch Huntington | Rev. Tames Dana, d.d. 



Josiah Whitney, d.d. 
David Ely, 
N- Williams, d.d. 
Kez. Ripley, d.d. 



John Marsh, 
Noah Benedict, 
Nathan Strong, d.d. 
Andrew Lee. 



The Govcrnour, Lieutenant Govern our, and stal 
senior Council* together with the foregoing FeilcwsJ 
constitute the Corporation. 

tutors. 
Noyes Darling, Mills Day, 

David A. Sherman, Stfth Norton 

Se r c n o E . D w i s;l 1 1 , 

James Rillhousc, Treasurer, Nathan Beers I 
Steward. John Bartlett, Butler, 

Commencement — 2d Wednesday of September. 
Vacations — From Commencement, six weeks ; I 
from the second Wednesday in Junuary, three weeks ; \ 



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and the Wednesday before the second Thursday in 
May, three week's. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 
<ev. Abraham Jarvis, D. D. President. 

Tiilotson Bronscn, Principal. 

Daniel McDonald, Assistant. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Joh n Adam s, j m i . A . M . Pro ceptcr 

Vacations — From the lirst- Wednesday oi" January, 

two weeks ; from the first Wednesday of May,, two 

Weeks.; and from the first Wednesday of September 5 

three weeks. 

^Anniversary — First Wednesday in September. 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE. 

Hon. Sarnuei Webber, President. 
Commencement— hzst Wednesday in August. 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE. 

Rev. Asa Messer, President. 

Commencement — First Wednesday of September. 

Vacations— Fvom the Commencement four weeks 

—From the first Wednesday in January, six weeks ; 

Prom the first Wednesday in May, three weeks. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, HANOVER, n.h. 

Hon. John Wheelock, L.L. D. President. 

Commencement — Fourth Wednesday in August. 

Vacations — From Commencement, four and an 

half weeks ; from the first Monday in January, eight 

and an half weeks. 

WILLIAMSTOWN COLLEGE, MASS. 

Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D. D. President. 

Commencement— First Wednesday in Septembers 



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INCORPORATED CITIES. 

NEW-HAVEN. 
Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Henry 'Daggett, esq. | Simeon Baldwin, esq. 
Noah Webster, esq. \ |. Charles Denison, esq. 
Elishu Munson, esq. City Clerk. 
Nathan Beers, esq. Treasurer. 
Josiuh B. Morse, 7 ci , -a- 
George Munson, 5 Shenffs ' 
Common-Council Men. 
Messrs. Isaac Beers, James Hiilhouse, Joseph Dar- 
ling, Hezekiah Hotchkiss, Thaddeus Beecher, Ste- 
phen Ahing, James Merriman, Ebenezer Peek, 
Daniel Reed, Obadiah Hotchkiss. 

(Annual meeting, the first Tuesday in June.) 

NEW-LONDON. 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
WinthropSaltonstaH,esq. I Simon Wolcott, esq. 
Guy Richards, esq. | George Colfax, esq. 

Lyman Law, Clerk City Court. 
Samuel Belden, City Clerk. 
William Richards, \ «, . ff 
AsaDutton, j&aeims. 

Common -Council Men. 
Messrs. Jared Starr, Thaddeus Brooks, Chester 
Kimbal, John Way, Daniel Douglass, Frederick 
Miner. 

(Annual Meeting the second Monday ifi June.) 

HARTFORD. 

Thomas Seymour, esq. Mayor. 
Alder mm. 
Jonathan Bull, esq. | Chauncey Goodrich, esq*. 

Jonathan Brace* e^q. | Luther Savage, esq. 



85 

William Whitman, esq. Clerk. 
Ebenezer Morse, 7 cv,^;ff 
Oliver Terry, 'J Sheriff,. 

Common-Council Men. 
Messrs. Daniel Olcott, John Caldwell, Bphjrattn 
Root, Zebulon Seymour, Joseph Pratt, Samuel Kil- 
bourn, Nathaniel Patten, Elisha Babcock, John Wat- 
son, Timothy Barnard, Elisha Shepherd, Miller 
Fish. 

(Annual Meeting the last Monday in March) 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Asher Miller, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. I Arthur »Magill, esq* 

Chauncy Whittlesey, esq. | Lemuel Storrs, esq. 
John Fisk, esq. City Clerk. 
Titus S. Hosmer, Clerk City Court, 
Nathan Strong, ? c, •«- 
AsahelLoomit,i S,lenffs - 
Common- Council Men, 
Messrs, Eben, Sage, Benj. Williams, Jehosaphat 
Starr, Samuel Wetmore, Wm. Cooper, Robert Rand, 
John R Watkinson, Alexander Collins, Joseph Board* 
man, Elihu Cotton, jr. Eleazer Dunham, vine Starr, 
[Annual Meeting the third Monday in January.) 

NORWICH. 

Elisha Hyde, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

^Thomas Fanning, esq. 1 Erastus Huntington, esq. 

Simeon Thomas, esq. | Nathaniel Shipman, esq* 

Charles Lathrop Clerk of City and of City Court. 

John Hyde, Treasurer. 

Benjamin Tracy,? C \ -as 

Shubael Breed, "jShenffi. 



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Common ^Council Men, 
Messrs. John Fanning, ZehcdiahHyde, Uriah Tra 
mtv, Joseph W. Tracy, Thomas L. Thomas, Augustu 
Perkins, i 

(Annual meeting the third Monday in April.) 



BANKS, 

HJRTFORD BJMi. 

John Caldwell, eu]. President. 

Ncrmand Knox, Cashier. 

Directors, 



Mess. John Caldwell 

John Morgan 

Kphraim Root 

George Goodwin 

Ezekiel Williams j'r 
[Annual Meeting of the Stockholders, second Thurs- 
day in June.] 



William Mosely 
Nathaniel Terry 
Andrew Kingsbury 
Benj. Tallin ad ge 



UMOJ\T BJJYK AEW-LOfrDOWi 

Jedidiah Huntington, esq. President. 

Robert Hallam, Cashier. 

Directors* 



Mess. Jed. Huntington 

George Haliam 

Jonathan Starr 

James Tilley 

Charles Bulkeley 

Guy Richards 

Lyman Law 

t Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday hi 
June.] 



Bela Peck 
Daniel Lathrop 
Joseph Perkins 
Dan'l L. Coit 
Sam'l Woodbridge 
SanVl Mather jun. 



j/Ell-DOADOA' BJAir. 
Elias Perkins, esq. Pi -esident. 
Anthony Thatcher Cashier. 



M 



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Directors. 

Mess. Ellas Perkins Jacob B. Gurlcy 

Edw'd Chappell Calvin Goddard 

Elisha Denison Edward Hallam 

Isaac Thompson Daniel Douglass 

Wm. Williams 

[Annual Meeting of Stockholders, third Friday of 

July *L 

NEW- HAVEN BANK. . 
Isaac Beers, esq. President. 
William Lyon, Cashier* 
Directors, 



Mess. Isaac Beers 

Joseph Drake 

Abraham Bishop 

Frederick Hunt 

Johii Nichols 

[Annual meeting of the Stockholders, first Thursday 
in June,] 



Elias Shipman ^ 
Eneas Munson jV 
Thaddeus Beecher 
Ebenezer Peck 



NOR JVICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. President* 

Hezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors. 



Mess. Eben. Huntington 
Thomas Farming 
Joseph Huntington 
Thomas Lathrop 
Benj. Snow 
Simeon Breed 
John Taintor 



Jabez Huntington 
Joseph Carew 
Peter Lanman 
Jesse Brown jui% 
John L. Buswell 
Asa Fitch 



MIDDLETO IV N BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. PretkLejit* 
Samuel B„ Redfidd, Cashier. 



F 



1 



Mess, Elijah Hubbard 
Chaun. Whittlesey 
Nehem. Hubbard j'r 
Samuel Watkinson 
Beuj. Williams 



Directors, 



Ebenezer Sage 
Joiia. Starr 
Nathaniel Patten 
Timo. Southaiayd 



WASIJIJ\GTQJY BJA'K, WESTERLY, R. 
Thomas Noyes, esq. President. 
Thomas Perry, Cashier. 
Directors. 



less. Thomas Noyes 
Joseph Potter 
William Rhodes 
Hawse Babccck 
Jeremiah Thurston 
Thomas Hoxsie 
Joseph StaBton 2d 
George Perry 



Joseph Barber 
Joseph Stillman 
Win. Williams 
Coddington Billings 
William Lord 
Enoch Burrows 
Joseph Noyes 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY, 
John H. Watrpus, President. 



ivlascn 



F. Cogswell, Vice-President. 



William B. Hall, Treasurer. 
John Barker Secretary. 



Society of Free-Masons. 

fficcrs of Knight Templar's Encampment* 

EKphalet Bulkcley, Capt. Gen. 

James Baxter, 1st Capt:* 

Henry Champion, 2d Capt. 

Ebenezer Perkins, Marshal. 

John R. Watrous, Secretary. 

Asa Bigelow, Treasurer. 



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Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut. 

Most Worshipful Stephen T. Hosvner,Grand Master. 

Right Worshipful David Daggett, d.g.m. 

Worshipful John R. Watrous, s.g.w. 

Worshipful Solomon Cowles, j.g.w. 

Henry Champion, g.t. 

John Mix, g.s. 
Timothy Burr, s.g.d. 
John Hubbard, j.g.d. 

, G. Marshal. 

Right Rev. Abram iarvis, d.d. Grand Chaplain. 

Officers of the Defiuty Grand Chapter. 

John Mix, g.h.p. 

JohnR. Watrous, d.g.h.p. 

Francis French, g.k. 

David Baldwin, g.s. 

Sam'l Cc Blac&man, s. Henry Champion, g.t. 

Ambrose Todd, g.c. Eiihu Sanford, g.m. 



Chapters of Royal Arch Masons. 

Hiram. Chapter, Newtown. 

Solomon Chapter^ Derby. 
; Washington Chapter, Middletown. 

Franklin Chapter, Norwich. 

Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchester. 

Franklin Chapter, New-Haven. 

Union Chapter, New-London. 



Masters* Lodges in Connecticut. 



No. 1 Hiram, New-Haven 

2 St. John's, Middletown 

3 St. John's, Bridgeport 

4 St. John's, Hartford 

5 St. John's, Norwaik 

6 Union, Greenwich 

7 K. Solomon 's^Wondbury 

8 St. John's, Stratford 
II 



9 Compass. Wallingford 

10 Wocster, Cdch ester 

11 St. Paul's, Litchfield 

12 King Hiram, Derby 

13 Montgomery, Salisbury 

14 Frederick, Farmmeton 

15 Moriah, Canterbury 

16 Temple j Cheshire * 



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17 Federal, Watertown 
IS Hiram, Newtown 

1 9 Wash in gton Jiimtin gton 

20 Harmony, Berlin 

21 St. Peter's, N. Milford 

22 Hart's, Woodb ridge 

23 St. James', Preston 

24 Uriel, Tolland 

25 Columbia, Stepney 

26 Columbia, E. Haddaro 
9J Rising Sun, Washington 

28 Mor. Star, E. Windsoi 

29 Village, W. Simsbury 

30 Day Spring, Hamden 

31 Union, New -London 



32 Meridian Sun, Warren 

33 Friendship,Southington 

34 Somerset, Norwich 

35 Aurora, Harwinton 

36 St. Marks, Granby 

37 Western Star, Norfolk 

38 St. Alban's, Guilford " 

39 Ark, Weston 
4-0- Union, Danbury 

41 Federal, Erookiisld 

42 Harmony, Waterburf 

43 Trinity, Kiiiingworth 

44 E. Star, Leb. & Wind. 

45 Pythagoras, Lyme 

46 Putnam, Pomfret 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

MARINE 'INSURANCE CQMPANT HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, President. 

Thomas S. Williams, Secretary. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY NEW-HAVEN. 

Elias Shipman, President, 
Austin Denison, Secretary. 



MARINE INSURANGE COME ANT NEW-LONBON. 

3ared Starr, President, 
David Coit, Secretary. 



MARINE INSURANCE COM PANT NORWICH. 

Simeon Thomas, President, 
Shubael Breed, Secretary. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY MIDDLEfQWN* 

Benjamin Williams, President, 
Enoch Parsons ; Secretary, 



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ATTORNIES, 

Addmitted at the Circuit Court) in Connecticut, 



Hezekiah Huntington 

i)hn Allen 

bseph Backus 

imeon Baldwin 

urrage Beach 

eth P. Beers 

Joah B. Benedict 

feoddingtbn Billings 

)av*d Bollcs junior 

|onathan Brace 

eremiah G. Brainard 

William Bristol 

)avid Burr 

udson Canfkld 

abez Ciark 
vVm. P. Cleaveland 
Fhomas Chester 
klexander Collins 
Samuel Cowles 
David Daggett 
tfaphtali Daggett 
Samuel W. Dana 
fohn Davenport junior 
\b'm V. H. De Witt 
rheodore D wight 
thomas Day 
r osiah Dudley 
~)aniel Dunbar 
William Edmond 
onathan W. Edwards 
lenry W. Edwards 
lezekiah Flagg 
iylvester Gibert 
Jnaunce.- Goodrich 
Mfeur Goodrich 



esq. District Attorney* 
James Gould 
Roger Griswold 
Calvin Goddard 
Jacob B. Gurley 
Jeremiah Halsey, 
William S. Hart 
James Hillhouse 
William Hillhouse 
Uriel Holmes 
Stephen Titus Hosmer 
Enoch Huntington 
Jirah Isham 
Samuel Jones 
Rosweil Jadson 
Lyman Law 
James Lanmaft 
John H. Lynde 
John M'Clellan 
Walter Mitchell 
Isaac Mills 

Stephen Mix Mitchell jr. 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
William Moseley 
John Parish 
Enoch Perkins 
Isaac Perkins 
John T. Peters 
Timothy Pitkin junior 
Ephraim Root 
Phiio Ruggles 
Matthew T. Russell 
Thomas Y. Seymcur 
Aaron Smith 
John C. Smith 



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Nathan Smith 
Nath&niel Smith 
Asa Spalding 
Lewis B, Sturges 
Benjamin Stiles junior 
Adonijah Strong 
Seth P. Staples 
Elisha Sterling 



Tho! 



Nathaniel Terry 
Seth Terry 
Joseph Trumbull 
Samuel P. Waldo 
Dyer White 
John Williams 
William Williston 
Samuel Woodruff, esq T n§ c 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 

~*s> O «*" — 

Asher Miller, esq, Middletown, Surveyor-General.] 



COUTA'TY SURVEYORS. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

William Olmstead, of East-Hartford. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

Nathan Red field, of Guilford. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

Moses Warren, of Lyme. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Joseph Mess White, of Danbury. 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

Elmir Wright, of Canaan. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

Georrc Gillet, of Hebron. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

Lemiul irigali of Pomfret. 






jguBwwpM < "■■» "wmtw >i ii at— cMuatfi 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 

His Excellency Jonathan trumbull, Escuire, 
Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

Huntington, esq. 7 .. . ., „ 
Daniel Wadswonh, esq. j ^ lch ae Ca ^ ! - 

Hon. John Theadv/.;ll, Esquire, Lieut. General, 



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■iicte-df-€mp* 



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Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Major-General, and 

Adjutant-General. 
Thomas M. Huntington, esq. 7 A kMe _ Camjl . 
Henry Hudson, esq. j x 
<g^ 

THE GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

At Hartford. 
[Corse. Samuel Ledlie, Commandant. 

Michael Olcott, First Lieutenant. 

Ezekiel P. Burnham, Second Lieutenant 

James Fortune, Cornet. 
'oot. Nathaniel Terry, Captain. 

James Goodwin, First Lieutenant. 

Horace Wadsworth, Second Lieutenant, 

Isaac D. Bull, Ensign, 

FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Seventh Brigades. 
-Solomon Cowles. e^q. Major-General. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Timothy Burr, esq. Brigadier-General. 

Moses Tryon, jun. Brigade Major and Inspector. 



nrst Regiment. Elijah Terry, lieut. col. com'dt. 
' Joseph Whiting, 1st major. Vacant, 2d major. 

James Loomis, adjutant. Henry A* Rowland, chap- 
am. Asah el Nearmg, quarter-master. Henry New- 
>ury, pay-master. Dwell Morgan, surgeon. Eli- 
jhalet Taylor, surgeon's-mate. 

Matrass Company. Henry Hall, Captain. Wm. 
Shad wick, 1st Lieut. Isr?~el Phelps, 2d Lieut. 
Captains Li 'rut en ants Ensigns 

JV'm. WadsworthChrist'r Ripley Freeman Crocker 
fob Loomis Guv Talcott James L. Phelps 

fohn C. Bull Abel Peck Henry A.Warner 



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Captains* Lieutenants* Ensigns. 

George Belden Levi Hayden Herlihi Huskel 

Lem'l Hurlbut j'r Jed'h W. Mills M. Goodman Jul 

John Grisw old Vacant Levi Griswold 

Stephen Brown Martin Burr Samuel Brown 

Luther Fitch Asahel Nearing Fred'k Newbury 

James Bigelow Jesse Lyman George Cook 



t 



18th Reg't. Joseph Dyer, lie.ut. col. commandant 
Noah A. Phelps, 1st major. Samuel Clark, 2d major 

Eii Mather, adjutant. Samuel Stebbins, chaplain f] 
Walter Robe, quarter- master. James Goodwin 
pay-master. Horace Hillyer, surgeon. Gideoi 
Case, surgeon's mate. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Zjji&igns 

Jona. Fettibone jr.Moses Case Rufus I Iumphrey 

Oz. Pettibonejr. Isaac Phelps Ebcn. Holcomb 

Calvin Barber Moses Grimes Isaiah Ensign 
Horace Phelps Reuben Winchei James Forward 
A. P. Kumphey Jared-Mills i?^* Vacant 
Sadose Wi:eox Asa Hillyer Samuel Waters 

Dudley Mills Ezra Adams jun. Sterling Wilcox 
Hez. Holcomb jr. Jesse P. IiolcombJohn Viets 
Hez. Goodenow Erastus Pmney Jos. Goodwin jun. 
Aaron Post Ferd'd Clemons Enoch Buttles 

19tb Reg't, Charles "Jencks, lieut. col. command'^ 
John Watson, jun. 1st maj. Ezra Brainard, 2d maj. 

Lebbeus P. Tinker, adjutant. Andrew Yates, chap- 
kin. George Barber, quarter-master. Stephen B. 
Goodwin, pay-master. Allen Hyde, surgeon. Elea-. 
zer M'Crea, surgeon's mate. i 

Matrons Comfiany. John Kennedy, Captain. Jo- 
seph Pitkin, 1st Lieut. Nathan Pitkin, 2d Lieut. 
Cafitains Liev'enants Jindgns* 

Light Ln f aniry* 
Dan'l Havden, jr.Wareham Porter Erastus Strong 
l^rastus Buckland Daniel Ailyn Nathan Cohocn 



95 

I Captains. Lieutenants. Lnsigns. 

"in Spencer jun.Martin Stanley Ozias Pitkin 
Theodore Pasko Ezekiel Osborn Win. Dorrance 
tphraim Lsham Richard Skinner John Talcott jun. 

fjlVait Kills John Abbey Ozias Williams 

s r ath'l Wanver Ciurdon Elsworth Titus Gooda.e 
iLlisha Oleott AmosBuckland Samuel Peck jun. 

[, Francis M' Clean John A* Hale Elliot Palmer 
Nathaniel Field J. W. Skinner Luring Lathrop 

Lpliver Clark Asher Morton Art* Spading 
D. W. Griswold Silas Hills, jun. Robert M'kce 

22d Reg't. Eliakim Chapman, lieut. col. commdt. 
Tubal Case, 1st major. David Lawson, 2d major. 

Seth Eaton* adjutant. Abiel Abbott, chaplain. 
Samuel Griggs, pay-master. Daniel Peck, surgeon. 
Judih Bliss, surgeon's mate. 

Matross Comfiany. Ichabod Lothrop, Cafitain* 
Sam'l Bradley, 1st Lieut, David freeman, 2d Lieuu 

Cajitains Lieutenants Jtnsigns 

Alden Blodget T. Carpenter Eli Converse 
B. Chapman jun. Elijah Smith Daniel Griggs 
Cephas Brigham Roger Strong Nathan W. Rose 
Ezra Chapman John Bliss Andrew Gager 

Elijah Nye Daniel Reed Cephas Dunham 

Timothy Newell John Crawford Sessions 

Noah Porter Shubael Brewster Joseph Rose 
David Gay David Hunt Asa Patten 

Abner Dimock William Eaton Thomas Collins 

olst REG't. Oliver L. Phelps, lieiit. col. commdt. 
Moses Allen, jr. 1st Maj. Thad. Leavitt. jr. 2d Maj. 
Josiah Shelden, jun* adjutant. Nehemah Prudden^ 
chaplain. Silas Newcomb, quarter-master. William 
Mather, pay-master. John Wood, Surgeon. David 
Carrier, surgeon's mate. 

Light Infantry, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Robert Morrison Eph. P. Potter. William Sexto* 



t ^6 

- Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Pelli A. BurbankEben'r Burbank Frederick Taylo 



Seth Phelps 
Solomon Allyn 
John Ford 
Elam Pease 
Amaziah Kibbe 
Oliver Parsons 
John Granger 
Micah Griffin 



Samuel Halejun. 
Samuel Pease 
William Ccok 
Gaius Pease 
Vashni Hall jun. 
John Lewis 
Horace Kindall 
Eli Trumbull jr. 



Josiah Shelden jr 
Joel Booth 
Rufus Stebbins 
Jedediah Hills 
Gaius Pease 
Philip Nelson 
Simon Kindall jr« 
Israel Phelps 



Itieo 



tela 



1 



1st Regiment Cavalry. 

William Thompson, lieuten ant col. commadant 
Henry Watson, major. Thaddeus Morian, adjutant*? 

Shubael Bartlet, chaplain. Joshua Lathan, quar*. 
ter-master. H,enry Kingsbury, pay-master. John 
W. Hanchett, surgeon. William Cooley, surgeon's 
mate. 



1st Company* ♦ 
David Grant, captain 
Solomon Ensign, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Cotton, 2d lieui. 
Almarin Gillet, cornet 

2d Company. 
James Dibble, captain 

- 1st lieutanant 

_ , r- 2d lieutenant 

Erastus Bodwell, cornet 

3d Company. 
Jonathan Bartlett, captain 
Solomon .Ally n, 1st lseut. 



Timothy Stedman, 2d It. 
Epap. Li. Phelps, cornet 

4th Company. 
James Eaton, captain 
Joseph Holt, 1st lieut. 
Mason Dirhock, 2d lieut* 
Nathaniel Gilmore,cornet 

5th Company. 
Rnfus Granger, captain 
Robert Goody, 1st lieut 
Joseph Abbot, 2d lieut. 
George Norris, cornet. 



SE VEA TH B 111 GAtiE. 

S6th Overton, esq. Brigadier-General. 

Alexander Collins, Brigade Major and Inspector* 

6th "eg't. Levi Lusk, l'eut, col. commandant. 
Simeon North. 1st major. George SeHew, '2d majon 



1 5th Reg't. Daniel Tillotson, lieut. col. cbmjw&nd'U 
Theo. Pettibone, 1st maj. Elijah Munross, 2d maj. 

23d Reg't. ElishaCoe, lieut, col. commandant. 
Enoch Huntington, 1st major, 

!4th Reg't. Daniel Worthington, lieut. col. comdt: 
Josiah Griffin, 1st major. John L>ham, jun. 2d maj. 

Seventh Beginient of Cavalry* 
William S. Judd, lieutenant colonel commandant* 

Gad Cowles, major. 

The returns of the Sixth and Stvenih Brigades 

are not received*] 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 2d and 4th Brigade?. 
Joseph Walker, esq* Major General. 

£ A'ah-dc-Camp* 

SECQJVD BRIGADE. «• 
Eli Fowler, esq. Brigadier-General. 
Jedediah Lathrop, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

\ Reg't. Amos Bradley, lieut. col. commandant. 
John Hubbard, 1st maj. James Merriman, 2d maj. 
Seth P. Staples, adjutant. Rev. James Dana 3 d.d. 
laplain. Eli Bradley, quarter-master. Abraham 
radley, pay-master. Eli Ives, surgeon* Bela Farn- 
am, surgeon's*mate. «% 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensign* 

Matross Company, 
ezekiah Howe L. De Forest "Elihu Daggett 

h's Bostwick Beriah Bradley Ztb. Bradley 
lisha Hull Lewis Allir.g Jrsse Allirg 

athan Andrew! Levi Potter jun. Wm. Wooc'wstd 
I 



98 
Ca/itains Lieutenants Lnsigns 

Josiah Merrick Nathan Piatt Philemon Smith I 

Nathan Marks Tho's Brockell Giles Pierpont 

Jacob Basset ' Seba Thorp Lyman Tuttle 
Enos Dickerman Allen Dicker man Sam'l Kingsbury 

Javin Woodiii Levi Gorham Benj. Woodin 

7th Reg'^t. George Morgan, lieut. col. command*)' 

Joseph Hill, 1st major. Timothy Crane, 2d major. 

Clerk Nott, adjutant. Frederick W. Hotchkisi, 

chaplain. Timothy Starkey, quarter-master. Gee 

Pratt, pay-master. Samuel Carter, surgeon. 

Cajitams Lieutenants Lnsigns 

Elisha Sill Elias Jones August. Chalker 

John Brainard Steph. Dicker son Gbad. Dickersor 
Austin Olcott John A. Peck John "Stanton 
Beau. Clerk 2d Eli Denison Jab. South worth 

Jedediah Post Timothy Spencer John Kibbe 

Amos Smith 



Daniel Brainard James Wackley 
David Griswold I. Parmele Moses Wilcox 

Joel Canfield Giles Clark Joseph Shipman 

Samuel Hubbard Asher Clark Abra'mHubbarc 
Bela Clark Ebenezer Clark Obadiah Piatt 



30:h Reg't. Seth Seward, lieut. col. command't 

Eliakim Hall, 1st major. Jesse Ford, 2d major* 

John Butler, adjutant. James Noyes, chaplain. Dfi> 

Parmele jun. quarter-master. Andrew Hall, pa; 

master. John Andrews, surgeon, Lyman Nor to 

surgeon's-matc. 



Captains 

Asa Doolittle 
Mun son Cook 



Lieutenants 
Light Infantry* 

Vacant 
Samuel Biddle 



Dav4d M. Cook Wnm Madkes 
Rich'd Robinson Dennis Camp 
Amasa Doolittle Amos Hall 
V>. Nettleton David Cor* 



JZnsigns 

Vacant 
Caleb Thomas 

J r a. Andrews 
Josiah Jewett 
Reuben W. Roi 
Jesse Atwell 






99 

^li Barnes Solgmon U, Hall Edw'd John3oa 

icz. Beecher Joseph Piatt Obed Tuttic 

>7th Reg't. Reuben Page, lieut. col. commandant. 
Samuel Fowler, lstmaj. Benjamin Field, 2d maj. 

Ralph Lindslev, adjutant. Matthew Noyes, chap- 
ain, Samuel Foot, quarter-master* Julius Hill, 
>ay-master. David Marvin, surgeon. Heman P« 
3rooks, surgeon's-mate. 

Light Infantry Company. 

Silas Benton, captain. Ozias Whedon, lieutenant. 
eremiah Parmele, ensign, 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Thomas Burges John Hart Wm. Starr, jun. 

lutherf'd RusselMalachi Linsley Timo. Russel 
Fimo. Johnson Samuel Bradley Wm. Spercer 
J hineas Meigs John F. Meigs Eben. Judd 
SHada Rose Beverly Munroe Elihu Lindslev 

U>el ftosseter Benj. Baldwin David Chittenden 
Wm. Douglass John Maltbie 

Josiah Monger Abner Bishop 

tScI regt. Benjamin Bull, lieut. col. Commandant, 
ohn Davis, 1st Major. Stephen A. Treat, 2d major. 

Barnabas Woodcock, Adjutant. Bazaleel Pineo, 
chaplain. Sam'l Durard, quarter-master. Eastman 
vliner, pay-master. Thoma3 Goodsell, surgeon. 
ohn Carringtcn, surgeon's-mate. 

Grenadier Companies, 

1st com. Wm. Fenh, captain. Joseph Hail, jun. 
ieutenant. Michael Peck, jun. ensign. — 2d com. 
\masa Tuttle, captain. Elias Bradley, lieutenant. 
Truman Sperry, ensign. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigiis 

Wna. WoodccckElias Clerk jun. Eastman Miner 
\bijah Bradley Robert (rates Da\id Jackson 
^m'l B. Gunn Oliver Clark John Benjamin 
Lldad Bradley Isaac Peck Nath'l Baldwin 

l»CtfL'l Beardsley Philo Beecher Ebenezer Riges 



Captains 
Timb. Beecher 
Isaac Bassett 
Ira Smith 



100 

Lieutenants 
Jesse Beecher 
Josiah Nettleton 
Josiaii Swift 



■ mm 

Ensigns ;| 

Orange Bos worth 
Josiah Smith 
David Johnson 




"seph Foot, surgeon 
geon's-mate. 

1st Company 
Dan Linsley, captain 
Nath'I Johnson, 1st lieut. 
Jona. Rose, 2d lieut. 
Amos Bradley 3d, Cornet 

K 2d Company 
Jedidiah Harris, captain 
Sam 1 W. Pratt, 1st lieut. 
Joel Kelsey, 2d lieut. 
Simeon Smith, cornet 



Benjamin W. D wight,. sur« 



3d Company 
Jared Cook, captain 
Chauncey Hall, 1st lieut, 
Bilious Cook, 2d lieut; 
Ira Gale, cornet 

Mh Company 
Asa Piatt, captain 
Jonah Treat, 1st lieut, 
Oliver Clark, 2d lieut. 
lch. A. Woodruff, cornet 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Burr Gilbert, esq. Brigadier General. 

Gershom Burr, Brigade major and inspector. 



4th regt. Asahel Salmons, It. c^l. commandant. 
Albert Lockwood, 1st maj. Win, Gregory, 2d maj 
Aaron Read, adjutant. Horace Holly, chaplain 
Lemuel Hawley, quarter-master. Isaac Thorp, pay- 
master. Thomas Peck, surgeon. Bennet Johnson,i 
surgeon's-mate. 

Cafi'ains. IJeatanants. Eyisigns. 

James Knap Samuel Wakeman Joseph Sturges 
Sturges Thorp David Sturges Abel Beers 
Seymour Taylor Eliph. Stratton Bennet 

John Staples MosesJennings 3d Joseph Banks 



161 

Cafilahis Lieutenants* J&nstgnt* 

Joseph Darling Comfort Starr Ezra Mallory 
Hull Fanton Peter Bradley Silas Wheeler 

John Meeker Ivaac Beach John P. Read 

Isaac Bennet Minor Jackson Daniel Wheeler 
Joseph Rowland Joseph Lyon 

Matrass Company. 
. James Johnson, captain. Gideon Bartram, 1st lieu- 
tenant- Ezra Gilbert, 2d lieutenant. 



9th ri-:gt. Han ford Hoy t, lieut. col. commandant, 
Samuel Dean, 1st major. Jotham Wilson, 2d major. 

Simeon H. Miner, adjutant. Daniel Smith, chap- 
|lain. Justus L. Bush, quarter-master. Ephraim 
[Mead., pay -master. Samuel Webb, surgeon. John 
I Augur, surgeon's- mate. 

Light Inftntry Companies* 

1st company. Joseph Lockwood, captain, Augus- 
tus Lcckwood, lieut. William Bishop, ensign. 3d 
company. Ebenezer Mead, captain. GideoaPlelm?, 
lieutenant. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Benjamin Perine Robert Scolfield Smith Weed 
Jonathan Jessup Joshua Harris Joseph Harris 
Thos. Lounsbury William King Bates Hoyt 
Thomas Jessup Ilorton Reynolds Caleb Hcbby 

Samuel Brundige Monm'h Willson 
&mos Mead David Brundige Nath'l IngersolL 

Seth Mead Drake Husted 

John Lcunsbury Elijah Weed John Curtis 

28th reg t. Matthias Nicholl, lieut. col. comnVdt, 
.£. J. W'illcoxson, 1st maj. James Beardslee, 2d maj. 
Abraham C. Lewis, adjutant. Aslibel Baldwin, 
:haplain. John Wells, quarter-master. Richard P. 
kicholl, pay -master. Nathan Tisdale, surgeon. 
Matrass Company. 
Aaron Hawley, captain. Edward Buncnghs, 1st 
ieut. Isaac Bvawaeh?, 2d lieut. 
I 2 



102 
Cafi'ahis. Lieutenants* Mn&igm. 

William Walker Ira Curtis* Daniel Curtis 

Daniel Barritt Ethan Sherwood Sam'l C. Kirtland 
Philo Lewis Nath. L.Wheeler 

David B.WheelerChristo. Hubbill William Hawley 
Elijah Sterling R. Middlebrook Lewis Fairchild 
French G. L. Sherman Samuel M'Euea 
Abel Hawley D. B. Hubbnl John Nicholl 



Z4 th regt. Buckingh am Lockwood, It. col, com . 
Joseph Chapman, 1st maj. Enoch St. John, 2d maj. I 
Stephen B. St. John, adjutant. Samuel Fisher, 
chaplain, Jonathan Bates, jun. quarter-master, Wm. 
Hawley, pay-master. Daniel Bouton, surgeon. War* 
ren Perch* al, surgeons-mate. 

Ma.ross Cowfiany* 
Dan Tavlor, captdin. Wm. G. Setts, 1st lieutenant. 
Aaron H ;vey, 2d lieutenant. 

Grenadier Companies* 

1st Com. Daniel Lee, jun. captain. Ebeaezei 

Hoyt, lieut. Ebenezer Smith, ensign. 2d Coin fumy 

— '. j captain. Ebenezer Ayers, lieutenant 

Nehemiuh Lockwood, ensign. 

Ca/itams. Lieutenants. Knsigns, 

Andrew Htmford Richard Camp jr.Benj.-jLockwood 
,"!esse S. Bradley Lewis Hoyt Samuel Grummoi 

Ilaym'd BenedickJonathan Riggs Jacob Moore 
ilob.Montgomery William Belden Jesse Gregory 
Martin Hanibrd Jacob Selleck jr. Jacob Reed 
Jerome Bates Jonathan Bates jr. Isaac Hoyt 
JonnGray Jahez Adams Heze. Jelliffe 

Samuel Keeler 2dThomas Ruscoe John Dunning 

Fourth Regiment of Cavalry. 
Enoch Foot, lieut. col. commandant. 
Abel Hall, major. Gideon Tomlinson, adjutant'! 
Ambiose Todd, chaplain. Abiel Babbet,qiiarter-mai| 
ter. Charles NichoJ, pay-master. William Burl 
Nash, surgeon, "Naboth Buckingham, surgeon | 
mate. 



lOo 



($1/ Company 
Samuel Garlick, captain 

1 Elijah Hawley, 1st licut. 

jJa'sR. Edwards, 2d do. 
Hez. Curtis, cornet 
2d Company 
Kben. Crofcot, captain 
Daniel Turrcl, 1st licut. 
Justus Price, 2d do. 
Mat. F. Gregory, cornet 



od Company 
Joseph Adams, captain 
Ezra Bennet, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Rowland, £<J do. 

cornet 
4th Company 
Isaac Quintard, captain 
Amos Husted, 1st lieut. 

2d do. 
Joseph Wood, comet 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 

Zachariah Huntington, esq. Major-General, 

jirah Isliam, 7 AV/ j Camfi 

Charles P. Huntihgton, J AUs Cie Lam ^ 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

William Williams, esq. Brigadier-General. 
Joshua Downer, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

3d regt. Mulford Raymond, lieut. col. comm'dt. 
Simeon Smith, 1st major. John P. Trott, 2d major. 
John H. Frink, adjutant. Abel M'Ewen, chaplain. 
Jonathan Starr, jun. quarter-master. Henry Perkins, 
pay -master. James L.ee, surgeon. Anthony Thatch- 
er, surgeoh's-mate. 

Artillery Independent Company 
Peter Beebe, captain. Nathan Bingham'jiieutenant. 
Henry Douglass, ensign. 

Light Infantry 
Christ. Dolbear, captain. John Forsyth,lieutenant* 
Vacant, ensign. * [ 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Wm. Moore 4th James Moore 

Daniel Smith Peter Comstock Giles Turner 
William Vallet Joshua Raymond E, West 
J. Loomis John S* Miller Ezra Keeney 



104 

Cixfitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Nicoll Fosdick j'rDan'i Starr 2d Oliver D. Beete 
Daniel Howard 

Joshua Avery GeorgeXulver Elisha Starr 
Robert Douglass John A. Latimer Amos Crocker 

8th regt. William Coggswell, lieut. col. conYdt. 
Ichabod Stoddard, Istmaj. William Belcher, 2dmaj. 
Daniel M. Lester, adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, chap- 
lain^ Elisha T. Abel, quarter-master. Thomas A- 
very, pay-master. John O. Miner, surgeon. Bishop 
Tyler, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Ensigns* 

ShubaelPark Wm. M. Avery Adin Cook 
Jas. WoodmanseeNichelas Lester Noyes Barber 
Elisha Avery Allyn Williams Silas Niies 
Alex. Stewart jr. D. Hutchinson Vacant 
Daii'l MorgamSdJames Coit Joseph Stanton 

Vacant Dan'l Packer jr. Vacant 

Philip Gray Eneas Morgan Wm. Williams 3d 

John Morgan Eiisha Smith Jonas Ay re 
John Spicer 2d AmosGeerjun. Samuel Wood 

20th regt'. Samuel Tyler, lieut. col. commandant." 
Nath'l Howland, Istmaj. G. F. Carpenter, 2d maj. 

James Gordon, adjutant. Joseph Strong, chaplain. 
Joseph Williams, quarter-master. William Gordon, 
pay -master. George Tisdale, surgeon. Henry Ro- 
gers, surgeon's mate.". 

Matrcss Company* 
James Gordon,* captain. James N. Brown> 1st iieuL 

David Pilcher, id lieutenant. 

Light Infantry Company. 
Ebenezer Backus, captain. Augustus Lathrop, lieut. 

Joseph Williams, jun. ensign. 

Grenadier Ccmfiany. 
William Lester, captain. Stephen Bi Allyn, lieujU 

Charles French, ensign* 



105 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Martin Edgerton Amos Bennet Joshua Maples 
Jabez R. PackardGurdon Tracy Joshua Tracy 
Freeman Tracy Joseph Bishop Jeremiajb Philips 
Elisha Brewster .Benjamin Olin Jc seph W« Brown 
Nehe. WatermanEbenezer Hough Elijah Abel 
Milton Hyde Levi 'Armstrong Thomas Dow 
Ralph Bolles Luther Edgerton Joseph Williams 
John' Peck Abijuh Perkins Charles Perkins 

30th rrgt. Isaac Williams, 2d. lieut. col. com. 
John Baldwin, 1st major William Randall, 2d major. 
Cyrus Wiiiams, a-jjir .nt. Vacant, chaplain Vacant, 
quarter-master. Giles R Hallam, pay-master. Wax. 
Jlord, surgeon. John Billings, surgeon's mate. 

Captains- Lieutenants* Ensigns. 

Avery Noyes J. Cheesbrough Elijah Darrow 
Thomas Baldwin Benj- Hewit Eze- Yerrington 

Jared Wilcocks Ichabod Brown Jesse Breed 
Nathan Wheeler Isaac Williams SdLathrop Williams' 
Richard WheelerRandall Brown Phineas Wheeler 
Nathan PendletonThomas Holmes Christo. Brown 
David Miner Thomas Main Isaac Pendleton 
Stephen BrewsterWilliam Potter ArchibaldMerritt 

33dREGT. Seth Ely, lieut col. commandant. 

Wm. Sterling, 1st major. Asa Comstock, 2d major* 

[.A o returns of Staff Officers.] 

Matross Comfiany. 
Marsh Ely, captain. Richard Ely, 1st lieutenant. 
Wm. W. Johnson, 3d lieutenant. 

Light Infantry Company* 
Thomas Sill, captain. Erastus Sterling, lieu. Stephen 
Sterling, ensign. 

Captains* Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Diodate GriswoldCharles Smith Nathaniel Clark 
John M- Lee Elkanah Huntley J Manwarring 
Joseph E. Ely Peter Lord Andrew BeckwitU 



106 

Captains* Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

Vacant Wm. Maston ■ Oliver Com stock 

Edward Latimer Edward Moore Mather Rogers 
R. Hungerford Chan'y BeckwithSamuel Aekley 



Third Regiment of Cavalry* 
Chester Smith, lieut col. cmimandant. 
Jehiel Johnson, major- 
Hosea Wheeler,adjutant. Chritopher Avery, chap- 
lain- William Smith, quarter-master. Amos Hull, 
pay-master* Surgeon, Vacant. John Smith, surgeon's 
mate. I ■ ■ 



1st Company 
Wnv. Crocker, captain 
CyrusPunderson,ist lieut. 
Sam'l Gager, 2d do. 
Eben. Hyde, cornet 

2d Company 



3d Company 
Shubael Smith, captain 
Jared Baker, 1st lieut. 
Sam'l Davis, 2d do. 
John Leach, ccrnet 
Ath Company 



Joseph Tyler, captain | Daniel Grant,vcaptain 

Jos. S. A lies, 1st lieut. | Hosea Wheeler, 1st lieuV 

Caleb S. Ames, 2d do. I Elisha Williams,j'r 2d (\o f 

Edward Combs, ccrnet | Ezra Huntley, cornet 

FIFTH BRIGADE* 

James Mason, Brigadier General. 
John- Fitch, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

5th regt. Benj. Hanks, lieut. col. commandant. 

Jona. Salter,lst major. Royal Storrs, 2d major. 

Zalmon Storrs, adjutant. Moses C. Welch, chap- 
lain.' Truman Hrnks, quarter-master. Roger South- 
worth, pay-master. Earl Swift, surgeon. Eleazer 
Aspen well, surgeon's-mate. 

Matross Company 

G union Kuntington,captain. Ebenezer Huntington, 
1st lieutenant. Anson Young, 2d lieut. 
Grenadier Company 

Edmund Badger, captain. Jofcn Brown, lieutenant. 
Asahel Hammond, ensign. 



107 
Light Infantry 
Frederick French, captain. Seth Dunham, lieut. 
Joel T. Johnson, ensign. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

David Young Sumner Babcock Chester Abbe 
Roswell Eaton George Swift C- Newbury 
Eph. Palmer Benajah Carey Ralph Manning 
Jason Woodward Sam. Sumner 3d Ebenezer B) les 
Philip Pearl, jun. Elisha Fuller Royal Durkee 
JosephusDunham Roderick Rose Ambrose Willard 
Amos Chaft'e Peter S- Minard John Howard 
Steph. Eidredge S.Brooks I. Preston 

lltli regt. Davia Holmes, lieut. col. commandant* 
Sanford Holmes, 1st major. Sam'l Allen, 2d major/ 

John Mason, adjutant. William Graves, chaplain. 
Nath'l M^Cieilan, quartermaster. Daniel Arnold, 
pay-master. Darius Hutchins, surgeon. Jamea 
Webb, surgeon's-mate. 

MatrGSS Comfiamj 

Resolved Wheaton, captain. Eleazer Williams* 
It lieutenant. Samuel Sabin, 2d do. Aaron Buck 
3d do. 

Grenadier Cb?nfiany 

Luther Baldwin, captain. Joseph Kingsbury, lieut. 
John A. Gleason, ensign 

Light Infantry 

Joel Taylor, captain. Josiah Cumins, jun- lieut. 
Parley Whitman*, ensign* 

Captains Lieutenants' Ensigns 

Alfred Holmes Zeph. Williams John Williams -\ 
Jona. Lyon, jun. Hart well HolmesJacob Lyon 
Joseph Buck Nathan Fuller John Kelly 
Benj. Gilbert Benj. Pierce Jos. Scarborough 
Aaron Warren Daniel Chase S^m'l Carpenter 
Aaron Child Jonathan May Abiel Chamberlin 
Rowland Sabin Theodore D wight Jona. Nichols, j'r 

Wm. Osgood Elijah Griggs 
Tyler Bates Dan'l Starr John Joslin 

John Chandler Thos. Corbin Ezra Dean 



,! 



108 
12th regt. Elisha Buel, lieut. col. commandant. 

Zabdiel Hyde, 1st major- Vacant 2d major. 
Eliph. Huntington, adjutant Amos Basset, chap* 
lam. Erastus Fuller, quarter-master. James Ma- 
son, j'r pay- master- Jonn S. Peters, surgeon. John 
Paine, surgeon's-mate. , 

Matross Company 
Dan Root, captain. Bcla Bascom, 1st lieut. ™ 

Root, 2d do. 

Grenadier Company 
Asahel Kingsley, captain. Oliver Kingsley, lieut. 
Asahel Dewey, ensign. 

Light Infantry 
Nathan Walsworth, captain. Thomas Babcock, 
lieutenant. Amos Leech, ensign. . 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Kez. Bissel Adonijah Bissel Benj. Bliss 

Benj. Woodworth Amherst Scovel Sanluel West, jr* 
John Thomas Erastus Wattles Wm. Randall 
CorneliusShepardJohn Curtis Norton Waters 

Silas Jones Elisha Sprague Daniel Cone 

Shipman W'ells Samuel Peters Ezekiel A- Post I 
Judah Porter Amos Gillet Richard Crouch 

Sylv. Haynes Cyrus Williams Eben. SpafFord 

2tst regt. Jedidiah Johnson* lieut. col. .command's 
Lorin Robbins, 1st major. Daniel Wheeler, )U\ do* 

Sessions Lester, jac\jutant.- Erastus Learned, chap* 
lain. Samuel Hutcnins, quarter-master. Vacant, 
pay-master. John Gordon, Surgeon* Erastus Rob- 
inson, surgeon's-mate. 

Matross Company 

Eleazer Mather, captain. Henry I. Franklin, 1st 
lieutenant. 

Grenadier Company 

Joshua Adams, captain. George Middleton, lieut. 
Ebenezer Eaton, jun. ensign- 

Light lrfa?itry 

Jabez Safford, captain Joseph Simons, lieutenant 
Kathaa Fish, jun, ensign. 



Cap fains 
G. W. Gordon 
John Baldwin 
Isaac Gallop 
A' Stranahrarfl 



109 

Lieutenants 
Lem. Woodward 
Steph- Farnha'm 
Joseph Gallup 
Nathan BurgesS 



Joel Winchester Samuel Henries 
Henry Dorrancc Daniel Hunt 
Jonathan HrlliardSterry l£irin6 
Wm Ingraham EliphaletAmes 
Ebehezei* WitterDan'l Cogswell 



. , fiiurigns 
Christ'r Avery 
Johb Aspenweil 
Dan'l Keigwin 
John Hunn 
Arunah Butts 
\Vm. Roads 
Miner Robins 
Cyrus Day 
Eben. Shep^rd 



Fifth Regiment of -Cavalry. 
Isaiah Loomis, lieut* col» commandant. 
John W- Chandler, major. 
Amstea Lyon, adjutant. Isaac Hoxsie, quarter- 
master. Post, pay-master. — Fuller, 

surgeon. Amasa Carroll, surgeon's-mate. 



1st Company 
Steph. F. Palmer, captain 
Eph. Parker, 1st lieut. 
% Bicknaljun. 2d lieut. 
Levi Work, cornet. 

2d Company 
Henry Dow, captain 
Dixon Hall, 1st lieut. 
Pierce Smith* 2d lieut. 
Salttuel Parkis, cornet. 



3d Company 
•Simon Jlouse, captain 
Timothy Hicnkley, 1st It. 
Joshua Clark, 2d "lieut. 
Samuel Daggett, cornet. 

4tk Company. 
Chester Cady, captain 
Jonathan Austin, 1st lieut. 
Charles Smith, 2d lieut. 
D. Matthewson, cornet. 



FOURTH DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 6th and 8th Brigades. 
Augustine Taylor, esq. Major- General 

> Aids-de-Camp* 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

ftavid'Thompson » Brigadier-General* 
ytfo returns."] 

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EIGHTH BRIGADE. 

Ephraim Hinman, esq. Brigadier-General. 

Garrit .Smith, Brigade M ijor and Inspector. 

Henry Brown, brigade Quarter-master. 

13th Reg't- William Moseley, lieut. col. command't. 
Vacant, ist major. Truman Hinman, 2d major. 
Nathaniel Lam son, adjutant. Noah Benedict, 
chipUin. Roswell Eggleston, quarter-master. Jared 
Hawley, pay-master. Anthony Burnt, surgeon* 



Cujituins 

Daniel Hurlbut 

Hith'l Wooster 

Jesse Minor. 
Tru. Wheeler 
David Bird 
Knots Warner 
D. P. Edmund 



Lieutenants . Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
Abijah &' 'Hatch J. N ; -Sherman 
Judson Hurd David Downs 
Elisha Oatman 

Elijah Sherman Truman Tuttle 
Eli Hall Japhet Curtiss 

Nathan Burton jr.Roswel Eggleston 
David Weller Benj. Rumsey 
William French Reuben Ward 



Epli'm Doolittle Phinehas Crane Wm. Kasson 

16th Reg't. Rassel White, lieut. col. commandant. 
Ephraim M. White, lstmaj. Timo. Shepherd, 2d do. 

Zachariah Joyce, adjutant. Daniel Burhans, chap- 
lain. Henry &\ Whiting, quarter-master. Daniel 
Hawley, pay-master. Benjamin Curtiss, surgeon. 

Mat r oss. " Ephraim W. Bull, captain. Giieaci Am- 
bler, 1st lieut* Jesse Curtiss, 2d Heat* 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

,> Light Infantry. 

Goold St John Arnold Foot John Hull 



Zach. Gr is wold Horace Bull 
James Nichols Henry Glover Isaac Tomlinson 
Eli Starr Arch. Benedict James Wakeley 

J. B. Fairmatt Thos. B BotsfordDavid C Peck 
Wm. Wakeman Eph. B. Osborn 



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Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

William Howe James De Forest Timothy" Weed 
Asa Hoyt Noah S. Barnum Abel Hoyt 

Wm. Meeker Asael Dunning Charles Jones 
R. L. Sherwood D. S. Blackmail Eben. Griffith 

26th Reg't. Eleazer Judd, Heut. col. commandant. 
Micah Blakslee, 1st major. Garrit Smith, 2d major. 
Timothy Richards, adjutant. Rus«el Wheeier, 
chaplain. Hector Smith, quarter-master- Eben'r 
French, pay-mastt r. John Potter, surgeon. Anson 
Tuttle, surgeon's mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

. Light -Infantry. 
J. Leavenworth Lemuel Porter Thomas Welton 
Daniel Mills Titus Seymouy Lynus Blakslee 

Moses Hall H. Bronson Cyrus Clarke 

James Skilton Joseph Woodruff Eii Beardslee 

Calvin Hoadley David Rice Sn^idnn Shelton 

LandonLovelandTimo. Richards Berj. De rou%t 

Isaac Upson Jesse Allcox Joel All cox 

S- J. Hickox Daniel Eells Ira Hotchkiss 

Harvey Upson John Norton Isaac Hopkins 

Philo Brcnson Silas Porter Marcus Bronson 

29th Reg't. William Cogswell, lieut. col, comdt, 
Timo. Mitchell, 1st major. Beebe Hine, 2d major. 

Daniel B. Brinsmade, adjutant. Ebenezer Porter, 
chaplain. Oliver Warner, quarter-master- J- P. 
Marshal, pay-master. Ebenezer Smith, surgeon. 
Amasa Wright, sur^eon's-mate. 

Matross. Amos 'Smith* captain. Samuel Sperry, 
1st lieut. David Piatt, 2;/ Hi ut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Litf/it-Infa n try. 

Phho Mills Z.ch. Skiff ' Zach. Winegar 

Joel Stone ' Gideon Camp Daniel Hine 



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; @afitaw.9 Lieutenants Ensign* 

Jesse St. John JJppson Pratt John Smith 

Daniel Calfyoui; William Ford Lewis Ford 
Icjhabod Noble James McMahon Elihu Mar6h 

Lysander Curtiss Samuel Gilbert W. Sturtevanfe 

StephenCogswell Elijah Meeker Noble Day 

. Tho. Hungerfprd Levi Hubbejl Joua. Giddings 

Fhiio Porter Joel Sanibrd Richard Randall 

JEighth Regiment of Cavalry. 

William Taylor, lieut. col. commandant. 

Edmund Lockwood, major. Elias Starr, adjutant. 

Azel Backus, chaplain. John Taylor, pay -master. 

Frederick S. Whiting, quarter-master. Warren R. 

Fmvier, surgeon, Elias Hull, surgeon's-mate. 



1st Troofi 
J. P. Leavenworth, capt. 
Alex'r Goiv^ji, 1st lieut. 
^*::iai;a Garden, 2d It. 
Fletcher Prudden, cornet. 

2d Troofi 
Eben'r D. Starr, captain, 
David J. Mygatt, 1st It. 
Ira Benedict, 2d lieut. 
Sam'l Tweedy jun. cor't. 



3d Troofi 
Anth'y Garnsey, captain,, 
Eli Barnes, 1st lieut. 
Amos Benham, 2d lieut. 
Jehiel Ford, cornet. 

4th Troofi 
Tho's Sanford, captain, 
Solomon Bostv/ick, 1st It. 
John Newton, 2d lieut* 
Elisha Marsh, cornet. 



Government of the United States. 
THOMAS JEFFERSON, 

PRESIDENT OF 'THE UN If ED STATES. 

Salary, §25,000 per annum, 

GEORGE CLINTON, 

Vice President, and President of the Senate. 
Saiary, g5 3 0C0 per annum. '+ 



Defw r tm tn$ qf St a i c . 
James \ 
Jacob 



Ma / -nn, of Virginia,. Secretary, 
Wagner, Chief Clerk. 



Department of the Treasury. 
Albert Gallatin, of Pennsylvania, Secretary. 
Gabriel Duval, of Maryland, Comptroller. 
Richard Harrison; of Virginia, Auditor. 
William Miller, Commissioner of the Revenue. 
Thomas T. Tucker, of South-Carolina, Treasurer* 
Joseph Nourse, of Virginia, Register. 
Robert Patterson, Director of the Mint. 



War Dehariment. 
[Henry Dearborn, of Massachusetts, Secretary. 
William Simmonds, Accountant. 
Tench Coxe, of Pennsylvania, Purveyed of Publlck 
Supplies. 

Navy Department. 
Robert Smith, of Maryland, Secretary. 
Thomas Turner, Accountant. 
Joseph Fox, Chief Builder and Constructor. 

Post-Office . Establishment* 
Gideon Granger, Post-Master General. 
Abraham Bradley, Assistant Pcs:-Master General. 

judigtaITdepartment. 

SUPREME COURT. 

John Marshall, of Virginia, Chief;Justice. 
William Gushing, of Massachusetts, - 

Associate 
Justices. 




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Casar A.Rodney, of Washington, Attorney-General? 
Elias B. Caldwell, of Washington City,$lerk, 

DISTRICT OFFICERS. 

District of Maine* 
David Sewall, Judge, 
Silas Lee, Attorney, 
Thomas G. Thornton, Marshal, 
Henry Sewall, Glerk. 

District of JVew-Hampshirc* 
John S. Sherburne, Judge, 
Daniel Humphreys, Attorney, 
Michael M 'Clary, Marshal, 
Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 

District of Massachusetts. 
John Davis, Judge, 
George Flake, Attorney, 
James Prince, Marshal, 
Nathan Goodalc, Clerk. 

Di&trict of Rhode-Inland. 
David L. Barnes, Judge, 
David Howell, Attorney, 
William Peck, Marsha!, 
Edmond T. Ellery. Clerk. 

District of Connecticut* 
Pierpont Edwards, Judge, 
Hezekjah I hmtihgtom. Attorney, 
Joseph Wilcox, Marshal, 
Henry W. Edwards, Clerk. 

District of Vermont* 
Elijah Paine, Judge, 
David Fay, Attorney, 

John Willard, Marshall, I 

Cephas Smith, Clerk. 

Distinct of A eiu- York* 
Matthias B. Talmadge, Judge, 
Nathan Sanford, Attorney, 
Peter Curtenius, Marshal, 
Darnel Dunscomb, Clerk* 



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District of JSetv- Jersey. 
Robert Morris, Judge, 
Joseph M'llvaine, Attorney, 
Oliver Barnett, Marshal, 
Robert Boggs, Clerk. 

District of Pennsylvania. 
Richard Peters, Judge, 
Alexander J. Dallas, . Attorney for the Eastern 

District, 
John Smith, Marshal for the Eastern District, 
James Hamilten, Attorney for the Western District^ 
Presley Carr Lane, Marshal for do. 

District of Delaware. 
Gushing Bedford, Judge, 
George Read, jun. Attorney, 
Joel Lewis, Marshal. 

District of Maryland. 
Joseph II. Nicholson, Judge, 
Zebulon Hollingsworth, Attorney, 
Reuben Etting, Marshal. 

District of Columbia* 
William Cranch, Chief Judge, 
James Marshal and Allen B. Ducket, Judges, 
John Thompson Mason, Attorney, 
Daniel Carrol Brent, Marshal. 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

SENATE. 

George Clinton, President. 
Samuel A. Otis, Secretary. 



JVew-Ha mfishire 
Nicholas Gil man 
Nahura Parker 

Massachusetts, 
John Q. Adams 
Timothy Pickering 



Vermont 
Stephen R. Bradley 
Jonathan Robinson 

Rhode- Island 
Benjamin Howland 
Elisha jyiaUh$>YSon 



Connecticut 
James Hillhouse 
Chaurxey Goodrich 

A ew- York 
Samuel L. Mitchell 
John Smith 

A ew-Jerscy 
John Condit 
Aaron Kitchell 

Pennsylvania 
Samuel Miclay 
Andrew Gregg 

Delaware 
Samuel White 
James A. Bayard 

Maryland 
Samuel Smith 
Philip Read 

Virginia 
William B. Giles 



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Andrew Moore 

North-Carolina 
James Turner 
Jesse Franklin 

South - Carolina 
Thomas Sumpter 
John Gaillard 

Georgia 
'John Milledge 
George Jones 

Kentucky 
John Buckner Thurston 
John Pope 

Tennessee 
Joseph Anderson 
Daniel Smith 

Ohio 
Edward Tiffin 
John Smith 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph B. Varnum, Speaker. 
Patrick M'Gruder, Clerk. 



A eiv- Ha mfishi re 
Peter Carlton 
Daniel M. Burell 
Francis Gardner 
Jedidiah H. Smith 
Clement Storer 

Massachusetts 
Josiah Quincey 
Jacob Crowni'nshield 
Ebenezer Seaver 
Joseph B. Varnum 
Edward S. L. Livermore 
Wiliiam Stsdman 
JsJbez Upham 



Joseph Barker 
Isaiah L. Greene 
W T illiam Ely 
Samuel Taggart 
Orchard Cook 
Josiah Deane 
Richard Cutts 
Daniel llsley 
John Chandler 
Ezekiel Bacon 

Vermont 
James Elliott 
James Witherell 
Martin/Chittendea 



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ames Fisk 

Rhode-Island 

tfehemiah Knight 

isaac Wilbour 
Connecticut 

Benjamin Tallmadge 

Samuel W. Dana 

fohn Davenport 

Timothy Pitkin jun. 

Lewis B. Sturges 

[oaathan O. Mosely 

Epaphrociitus Champion 
.A ew- York 

Philip Van Cortlandt 
Qaaiel C. Verplanck. 

David Thomas 

fohn Blake, Jun, 

losiah Masters 

John Russel 

Gurdon S. Mum ford 

George Clinton, jufu 

Barent Gardiner 

James J. Van Allen 

William Kirpa trick 

Reuben Humphreys 

John Thompson 

Peter Swart 

Samuel Riker 

John Harris 

Kiliun K.Van Rensselaer 

J\ etv-Jersey 
Ezra Darby 
John Lambert 
William Helms 
fettles; Sloan 
Henry Southard 
Thomas New bold. 
Pennsylvania 
David Bard 



Robert Brown 
Joseph. Clay 
William Findley 
John Hcister 
Will ilia iloge 
James Kelly 
William Milner 
John Porter 
John Pttgh 
Robert WhitehiU 
Jo m Smiley 
Sail u el Snuth 
John Rhea 
Matthias Richards 
Daniel Montgomery 
Jacob Richards 
Robert Jenkins 

Delaware 
Nicholas Vandyke 

. Maryland 
Wifliam M'Creery 
Nicholas R. Moore 
Philip B. Key 
Archibald Van Horn* 
Roger Nelson 
John Campbell 
John Montgomery 
Edward Lloyd 
C. Goldshorough 

Virginia 
Burwell Basset 
John Claiborne 
John Morrow 
Alexander Wilson 
James M. Garnett 
Matthew Clay 
John* Clopton 
John Dawson 
John W. Eppes 



Peterson Goodwin 
Edwin Gray 
David Holmes 
John G. Jackson 
Walter Jones 
Joseph Lewis, jun. 
Thomas Newton, jun. 
John Randolph 
John Smith 
Abram Trig** 
William A. 6urwell 
John Love 
Wilson C. Nicholas 

A orth- Carolina 
Nathaniel Macon 
Willis Alston, jun, 
Richard Stanford 
James Holland 
William Blackledge 
Evan Alexander 
Thomas Blount 
Thomas Kenan 
Lemuel Sawyer 
John Culpepper 
Meshach Franklin 
Marm. Williams 

South-Carolina 
Robert Marion 
Joseph Colhoun 
William Butler 



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Thomas Moore 
David R. Williams 
Richard Winn 
John Taylor 
Lemuel J. Alston 

Georgia 
William W. Bibb 
Howell Cob!) 
Dennis Smelt 
George M. Troup 

Kentucky 
John Boyle 
Joseph Desha 
Benjamin Howard 
Matthew Lyon 
R. M. Johnson 
John Rowan * 

Tennessee 
G. W. Campbell 
Jesse Wharton 
John Rhea 

Ohio 
Jeremiah Morrow 

Mhsisippi 7 % errito ry 
George Poindexter 

Nenv-Orlcans 
Daniel Clarke 

Indiana Territory I 
Benjamin Parke 



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MINIblERS 

Of the U. States^ resident in Foreign Countries* 
James Munro, Minister Plenipotentiary at London. 
William Pinckney, Envoy Extraordinary at do. 
John Armstrong, Minister Plenipotentiary at Paris. 
Thomas Sumpter, jun. Secretary. 
James Bowdoin, Minister Plenipotentiary at Madrid, 
George W. Erving, Secretary of Legation. 
George Sullivan, Private Secretary. 



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mmissioners at Paris under the Louisiana Treaty, 
Jsaac C. Harnett, and Fulwar Skipwith. 

Consuls and Commercial d gents of the U. States* 

In Great Britain and its Dominions. 
Joseph W. Rose, at Antigua 
James Holmes, at Belfast 
Elias Vauderhost, ?it Bristol 
John Church, at Cork 
Joseph Wilson, at Dublin 
Robert W. Fox, at Falmouth 
John Gavino, at Gibraltar 
George Johnson, at Glasgow 
Times Maury, at Liverpool 
William Lyman, at London 
Joseph Palis, at iMalta 
Aliomas Aldjo, Vice Consul at Poole 

In France and its Dominions* 
' Commercial Agents. 
Jacob Rid.;e way, at Antwerp 
William Lee, at Bordeaux t 
William Buchanan, Isles of France and Bourbon 
John Appleton, at Calais 
fames Anderson, at Cette 
Francis Coffyn, at Dunkirk 
Lewis Forman, at the Island of Guadaloupe 
Isaac C. Barnett, at Havre -de-Grace 
ZVaron Vale, at L'Orient 
Etienne Cathalan, at, Marseilles 
William Patterson^ at Nantz 
Henry Wilson, at Ostend 
Fulwar Skipwith, at Paris 

John Mitchell, at Havre-de-Grace, "> Vice Com « 
fhomas Aborn, at Cayenne, 5 Agents. 

In Spain and its Dominions. 
Consuls. 
Robert Montgomery, at Alicant 



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John Leonard, at Barcelona 
Joseph Yznardi, at Cadiz 
Henry Hill, at Havannah 
Moses Young, at Madrid 
William Kirpatrick, at Malaga 
Lewis Meagher Obrian, at St. Andero 
Maurice Rogers, at St. Jago de Cuba 
John James Armstrong, at the Island of Teneriffe 
John Martin Baker, at the Isles of Majorca, Mi- 
norca and Yvica 

In Portugal and its Dominions. 
John B* Dabney, consul at Fayal 
William Jarvis, at Lisbon 
George D. Welch, firo h<zc vice at Madeira. 
Witftin the Batavian Rejiublick and its Dcfiendeft* 
cies. 
Sylvanus Bourne, Consul-Genera! at Amsterdam 
Thomas Hewes, Consul at Batavia 

In Denmark and its Dominions, 
Hans Rodolph Saabye, Consul at Copenhagen 
Thomas Gamble, at St. Croix 
In Prussia. 
Frederick W. Lutze, Consul at Stettin 
William Clarke, at Embden 

In Germany. 
Frederick J. Wichlelhausen, consul at Bremen 
Philip Marck, at Franconia 
John M. Forbes, at Hamburg 
William Riggin,at Treiste 

In the Kingdom of Sweden. 
David Airth, Consul at Gottenburg 
Isaac Prince, at the Island of St. Bartholomews 

In the Italian States. 
Peter Kuhn, jun. Consul at Genoa 
Thomas Appleton, at Legnorn 
John Broadbent, at Messina 
Frederick Degan, at Naples 



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; Abraham Gibbs, at Palermo 
In Russia. 
Levitt Harris, Consul at St. Petersburg 

In Fur key. 
William Stuart, Consul at Smyrna 
In sJlgieu 
I Tobias Lear, Consul-General 
George Davis, of New-York, Consul at Tripoli 

In titt Island of Jamaica, 
James M. Henry, agent 

In China* 
Edward Currington, Consul at Canton 



MINISTERS and CONSULS 
Foreign Powers resident in the United Slate* 



W 

From the Kingdom of Great-B; it am. 

David M. Erskine, Envoy Extraordinary and Minis- 
ter Plenipotentiary to the United States 

Edward Thornton, Charge cV Jfjidrt:?. Also ap 
pinted in the same character to the Court of Berlin 

Tho's Barclay, Consul-General tor the Eastern State 3 

Phineas Bond, Consul-General for the Middle and 
Southern States 

Andrew Allen, jr. Consul for Massachusetts, New- 
Hampshire, Rhode-Island, and Connecticut 

Benjarmn Moodie, Consul for North and South-Caro- 
lina and Georgia 

^abriel Wood, Vice-Consul for Baltimore 

From the French Fmjare. 
£en. Turreau, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 

Plenipotentiary to the United States 
Mons. Petrie. Secretary of Legation . 
Mons. Beaujout\ Consul-General r,t Philadelphia 
Marc-Antcine Felix Giraud, Consul for N.E. States, 

at Boston 



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Gen. Ilay, Consul for New-York and N*ew -Jerse}', at 

New «■ York 
Louis Arcambal, Consul for Maryland, at Baltimore 
Girard Gazeaux, Vice+Consul at "Portsmouth, (N.H.) 
Moris. Teste,/2ro tent. Vice+Cmsul, at Newport 
Mons. Fourcroy, do. Vice-Consul* at Philadelphia j 
Mons. Delille, Vice-Consul, at Wilmington, (N. C.) 
Mons. Oster, Vice-Consul, at Norfolk 
Mons. Sotm, Vicc-Consul,nX Charleston, (S* C.) 
Mons. Soult, Vice-Consul, at Savannah*, (Georgia) 
Colonel Tousard, Consul for Kentucky, at N. Orleans 

From the Kingdom of tyiain* 
Nicholas Blasco de Orozco, [nominated] Minister 

Plenipotentiary, near the United States 
Chevalier de Foro»da, Consul-General and Charge 

d' Affaires, at Philadelphia. 
Si|>. Don Juan Stoughton, Co nsul,ior New-Hampshire, , 
Connecticut, Rhode-Island, Vermont, and Massa- 
chusetts. Also transacts the business in the room i 
of Sig. Don. Joseph Wiseman, of Newport, (R.I.) 
deceased, at Boston 
Sig. Don Juan Baptista Berhabeu, Vice-Consul for 
. Maryland, at Baltimore 
Ste. Don Antonio Argote Villalobos, Vic e -Consul ioV 

Virginia and Kentucky, at Norfolk 
Sig. Don Pablo Chacon, Vice-Consul at Alexandria 
Sig. Don Diego Murphy, Consul for North and South- 
Carolina and Georgia, at Charleston, (S.C.) 
Sig. Don F elipe Fatio, Consul at Savannah, (Geo.) 

From the Kingdom of Portugal. 
Joseph Radermaker, Charge d y Affaires and Consul* 

General 
James Barry, Consul for thfe states of New-Yorkj; 

Rhode-Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut 
Mr. Suvaro, Vice -Consul for Pennsylvania 
Jnmes F. Vernock, Vice-Consul for South-Carolina 

Prom the King /cm of Holland. 
Adrian Valck, Consul for Maryland and Virginia 



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George Reid, for South-Carolina 

J.'H. C. Heineken, Commercial Agent for Pennsyl- 
vania 

John G. Bogert, Vic e -Commer r t al A 'gent forN. York 
From Prussia. 

Johann Ernst Christian Schultz, Consul %i Baltimore 
From the Kingdom of Denmark. 

Peter Federson, Charge d y Affaires to the U. States 

Jacob E* A. Sttinmeitz, Vice-Consul for S. Carolina 

William Scarborough, for Georgia 

Erick Bellman, for Pennsylvania 

Jonathan Swift, for District of Columbia 

David Greene, for Boston, (Mass,) 

George Mammerkin, Consul for the New-England 
States 

J. F. kchard, for the Middle States 
From Sweden. 

Richard Soderstrem, Consul General 

Joseph Winthrop, Vice-Consul tor Charleston, (B.C.) 

Jonathan Swift, tor Columbia and the ports on the Po- 
tomack 

Jchn C.Hauff, firo tern, for New-Hampshire, Massa- 
chusetts and Pvhode -Island 

Henry Gahu, for New-York and Connecticut 

John Baritz, for North-Carolina 

Peter Collin, for Maryland 

John Cowper, for Norfolk and all other ports in Vir- 
ginia, except these on the Potomac 

COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 

States* 
New-Hampshire, 
Massachusetts, 
Rhode-Islaftd, 
Connecticut, 
New-York, 
New-Jersey, 



Officers. 


Salaries. 


William Gardiner, 


g 650 


Ber-.jamin Austin, 


1500 


Christopher Ellery, 


600 


Jonathan Bull, 


3000 


James Nicholson, 


1500 


James Ev» ing, 


700 



tt4 

Pennsylvania, Stephen Moylan, 150* 

Delaware, John Stockton, 60i 

Mainland, Benjamin Howard 100' 

Virginia, John Page, 150 

North-Carolina, Sherwood Haywood, 10O 

South-Carolina, Isaac Neusville, 100' 

Georgia, James Alger, 70i 

SALARIES 
Of the jirincsfial Officers of the Government of th 

United States* 

Secretary of State, g 500< 

Secretary of the Treasury, 500i 

Secretary of War, 45Qi 

Secretary of the Navy, 450 

Comptroller of the Treasury, 350 

Auditor, 300' 

Treasurer * 300' 

Register, 24G' 

Attorney-General, SOO 

Commissioner of The Revenue, SCO 

Accountant of War Department, S00< 

Accountant of the Navy Department, 200i 

Post-Master-General, 300< 

Assistant rost-Master-General, 1701 

GOVERNQURS OF 'THE SEVERAL SfAfES, 



New-Hampshire^ John Langdon 

Massachusetts, James Sullivan 

Rhode-Island, James Fenner 

Connecticut, Jonathan Trumbull 

Vermont, Israel Smith 

A r ew- York, Daniel D. Tompkins 

AeW'Jersey, Joseph Bloom field 

Pennsylvania Thomas M'Kean 

-Delaware, George Truitt 



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** {Maryland Robert Wright 

? Virginia William H. Cabell 

I* North-Carolina Nathaniel Alexander 

•* South-Carolina Charles Pinckney 

| Georgia Jared Irwin 

* Kentucky Christopher Greenup 

» Tennessee John Sevier 

Ohio Edward Tiffin 

Missisijijii Territory, 
Robert Williams, Governour. 
Cowles Mead 3 Secretary, 

fndiana Territory. 
William B. Harrison, Governour. 
John Gibson, Secretary. 

Territory of Orleans. 
William C. C. Claiborne, Governour. 
Benjamin Morgan, Secretary. 



Territory of U/i/ier Louisiana, 
Meriwether Lewis, Governour. 
Frederick Bates, Secretary. 



Territory of Michigan, 
William Hull, Governour. 
Stanley Griswold, Secretary. 

-— «aa ^ <§& G am* ■ 

Robert Brent, Mayor of the City of Washington. 

John Mason, of Colum. Dist. Agent of Indian Affairs. 

Receivers of Pub lick Mmey for Land. 

James Findley, a,t Cincinnati. 
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frlij ih Backus, at Kaskaskias. 
Zaccheus Bings, at Steubenville. 
Samuel Findley,at Chillicothe. 
Frederick Bates, at Detroit. 
Harry Tculman, at Fort Stoddert. 
Benjamin .Tupper, at Marietta. 
Thomas Van Swearingen, at Zanesville. 

Registers of the Land Office of the United Slate*. 

.David Hoge, at Steuben vi lie. 
: Joseph Wood, at Marietta. 
wWillis Sill i man, at Zanesville. 
Charles Kilgove, at Cincinnati. 
Jesse Spencer, at Chillicothe. 
George Hoffman, at Detroit. 
John Radollet, atVincennes. 
Michael Jones, at Kaskaskias. 
John VV. Gurlev, at New-Orleans. 



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Post-Office Establishment. 

RATES OF POSTAGE* 

F«r letters conveyed by land, single, double and triple* 

Any distance net exceeding 40 miles, 8 cents. 

over 40- 90 10 

_^_ 9o 150 12$ 

m 150' : 300 IP 

#* — 300 500 20 

500 - . - - - 25 

Double letters are double, and triple letters triple 

of those rates. A packet of the weight of one ounce, 

the rate of four single letters, and in like proportion 

jbr one ol a greater weight. 

Ko allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 

■Single kUers, cafficd by sea, in packet boats, tljg 



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property efthe United States, Scents; double Ut- 
ters, 15 cents ; and triple letters, 24 cents, All let- 
ters or packets by private vessels, 6 ^ents each, with 
the addition of postage, if destined to any other place 
than where the vessel may arrive. 

No vessel can be permitted to report, make entry, 
or break bulk, until the master has delivered to the 
post-master all the letters brought in his vessel, ex- 
cept those for the owner or consignee. 

Postage on A'ewsfiapers. 

Each paper not carried over 100 miles, one cent— 
and over 100 mi'es, one and an half cents. But, if 
carried to any post-office in the state in which it is 
printed, whatever be the distance, the postage is only 
one cent. 

Magazines and pamplets are rated by the sheet. 
Any distance not exceeding fifty miles, 1 cent. Over 
50, and not exceeding 1*00 miles, 1£ cents. * Any great- 
er distance, 2 cents. 

JJst of Post-Masters in the cities and principal 
towns in the United States. 
District of Maine. 
Portland Joshua Win gate jun» 

State of Nenv- Hampshire. 
Portsmouth Mark Simcs 

Massachusetts. 
Boston Jonathan Hastings 

Salem John Dabney 

Newburyport Stephen Cross 

Rhode- Inland . 
Newport J. Richardson 

Providence Benjamin West 

Connecticut. 
Hartford John Dodd 

New-Haven Jesse Atwater * 

New-London . Richard Douglass 2d 

N&nvalk W&&ni Lockwood 



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Guilford 
Saybrook 

Norwich 

Durham 
Stratford 
Derby 
Wallingforcl 
Ea-t-Haddam • 
Bridgport 
Windham 
Stoninqtoil 
Plainfield 
Colchester 
Suffield 
Middletown 
Pom fret 
Lyme 

Wethersfield 
do. Rocky Hill 
Killingworth 
Fairfield 
D anbury 
Stamford 
Canaan 
Litchfield 
Far rain gton 
Milford 
New-Hertford 
Chatham 
Windsor 
Hebron 

Jewett's City (Preston) 
Lebanon 
Canterbury 
Berlin 

Pettypague (Saybrook) 
Sharon 
Bristol 



S. Stone, jun. 
Humphrey Pratt 
^Gardiner Carpenter 
t Jacob De Witt 
James Robmson 
David Brooks 
S. J. Andrews 
James Carrington 
James Green 
Charles Bostwick 
Charles Taintor 
Samuel Trumbull 
Eben ( j zer Eaton 
Samuel A. Peters 
William Gay 
Thaddeus Nichols 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Marshfield Parsons 
Joshua Belden 
J» Robbins 
Samuel Crane 
I). Judson 

Ebenezer R. White 
Abraham Davenport 
O. Burriil 
. Moses Seymour 
Samuel Richards 
William Durand 
Thaddeus Cowles 
John H. Peters 
Nathaniel Howard 
Simon House 
John Johnson 
Samuel Bailey- 
Gad Bulkeley 
Samuel Porter 2d 
D. Clarke 
George King 
JosiaU Fenney 



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ISvmsbury 


Jonathan Pettibone 


Stafford 


Calvin Willey 


Brooklyn 


George Abbey 


Ashford 


David Bolles jun- 


Tolland 


Beaoni Shepherd 


Cheshire 


A. Hitchcock jun. 


Thompson 


Daniel Knight 


Glastonbury 


J. Welles 


Marlborough 


Elisha Buel 


Salisbury 


Peter Fairham 




J\lew- York* 


New-York 


Theodorus Bailey 


Albany 


George W. Mancius 




J\icw-Jersey. 


Trenton 


Peter Gordon 




Pennsylvania* 


Philadelphia 


Robert Patton 


Lancaster 


G. Moore 




Delaware. 


Wilmington 


J. Bringhurst, jun# 


Dover 


James Schee 




Maryland. 


Baltimore 


Alexander Furniva} 


Annapolis 


S. Green 




Virginia. 


Norfolk 


Edward Archer 


Richmond - 


John Guerrant 


Petersburgh 


Joseph Jones 




J\orth~Carolina. 


Fayetteville 


Duncan Mc Rea 


Salem 


N. Shober 




South-Carolina. 


Charleston 


Thomas W. Bacot 




Georgia. 


St. Mary's 


Robert Mac Farlane 




Vermont. 


Windsor 


Thomas Leverett 




Ohio- 


Marietta 


J. Munro 



130 
COUA TERFEIT BAj\K BILLS. 



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Cheshire Bank, Keene, fJV. H.J Fcur, Ter 
and Thirty ; Tens of the first impression. The wor 
" TEN" in capitals in the margin, not well done 
and the words u Cheshire Bank," which lean on th 
left in the second line, not so fair as the genuine 
Two's are altered to Ten, and Three's to Thirty 
Four's also of the first impression, dated July 9, 1805 atl 
and payable toF. Alexander ; paper lighter <snd mor< 
spongy than the genuine. Another denomination o 
Four are in circulation, payable to James Munn ; pa 

Ser much thinner than the genuine. Fives, datec 
leene, October 10, 1804, badly executed. (rfj* Tht 
test impression of this Bank are all Stereotype. 

Coos Bank, Haverhill, fj\. H) One dollar 
bills of the Stereotype, altered to Four and Six— well 
done. 

Exchange Bank, Providence, (R. I.) Fives, 5 
poorly done ; paper darker than the genuine. Fifties 
altered from smaller ones, well done ; they bear, 
however, a light-house on the left, which the good 
do not. 

Exeter Bank, ( M. HJ Stereotype Fours, badly 
altered from One. The intersecting lines are not 
parallel, and the " Four," and letter S in the word 
Dollars, can be readily detected by the eye. Stere- 
otype Sixes altered from one, extremely well done. 

Farmer's Exchange Bank, Gloucester, (R, I.J 
All denominations counterfeited. In the Two's, the 
a in * demand' projects above tlie other letters. In 
the true Fives, the word FIVE in large capitals, ex- 
tends over the whole bill ; and the / continues all the 
way down in three strokes ; in some of the counter- 
feits, it goes into two strokes when it enters the a in 
" Exchange/' but not in all. The impression of the 
Tens, is smaller? and not so fair as the genuine. This 



131 

ank now issues Stereotype bills. (£?* Since the above 
etection, the Fives have had all the errors corrected ; 
le letters are cut handsome) and will bear a close 
Kamination. The plough, however, joins the tails 
f the oxen, which in the genuine does not ; the en- 
raver's name is done with a pen, and hardly legible, 
ome counterfeit three's are also in circulation, well 
nitated ; the Ones are well done- 

Hartford Bank, (Con.) Threes altered to 
liirty ; but the letters added are so close together, 
lat they arc easily known. Threes are Counterfeit- 
d, badly done. Some Two's have just appeared, 
le paper of which is lighter than the genuine, and 
ae letters are larger and more clumsy. 

Manhattan and Merchant's Bank's, .Actp- 
'ork Five dollar bills of the former bank, and Fives 
ndTens of the latter bank are in circulation ; poorly 
mtated, and easily known from the genuine. 

Massachusetts Bank, Boston. Tens — in the 
rord " Dollars," at the top, the two il's and the a 
nd r join ; in the true biiis they do not. The B, in 
Boston,' is not so handsome, the o is upright, s ncut 
o good, and the t more sloped ; the whole word, in 
ict, badly imitated. In the ornamental part of the 
rue bills, c Ten, 10,' at each end, are thick black 
nes ; in the false, they are only dark shaded- 

Nantucket Bank. Two, Three and Five. The 
•wes are on a dark oilish paper, and apparently 
lone with a pen. The Two's are a tolerable imita- 
ion, impression smaller, and the signatures poorly 
lone. The letters of the Threes are larger than the 
fue ones ; but, on comparison are easily detected. 
C/*Many Ten dollar bills are also in circulation, al- 
ered from a Two. 

Union Bank, J\ evj-Londcn. Ten and Twenty : 
iltered from smaller bills, and hard to be discovered* 

New-York State Bank. Five — the two figures 
rf 5 at each top end oi the bill look thick and blurred, 
lie writing is crooked, and the paper soft and spongy. 



132 

Norwich "Bank. Fives altered to Twenty-five ; 
the 25, in German text, is shaded by a scrawl ; in the 
genuine it is not. Ones to Ten, well done* Those 
Fives which have letters passing through the bill, also 
counterfeited, ba^lly done, particularly in the pen- 
manship. 

Pacific Bank, Jsiantucket. Tens — clumsily exe- 
cuted ; the Cashier's name spelt Tristrwm instead of 
Tristram Hussey. Fives of this Bank have lately got 
into circulation ; paper and impression much like the. 
genuine ; signatures well done ; but m the third line' 
of the bill, the word Nantucket is more crooked than 
the true ones. 

Providence Bank, (B. I.) John I. Clarke, 
president, Oiney Windsor, cashier. Two's, signed 
John Innes Clark, president, dated Jan. 9, 1805, and 
better executed than the original. In the word Five 
in large capitals across the bill, the F completely co- 
vers the small letter in the word Five, 2d line from 
top ; in the genuine, it is covered but in part. Some 
Ten dollar bills are in cirruiation, altered from a 
smaller denomination. 

Riiode-Isl-and Union Bank, J\eivfiort. Threes, 
poorly done. The words ' Three dollars,' in capitals 
at the top, badly imitated, particularly the S. Tens 
lately got into circulation. 

Salem Bank, (Mass. J Benja. Pickman,jun. 
president, and Jonathan Hodges, cashier ; Four and 
Six. No Fours are issued by the bank ; and the Six 
bears fictitious signatures of president and cashier. - 

Smithfield Ukion Bank, (11. I.) Three, 
Five and Seven ; in the Threes the words " bearer" 
and. " demand" are not cut so straight as in the gen- 
uine, which are dated June 3, 5 805, and have not 
been numbered higher than 600 ; but the bad ones 
are, and the red ink has a yellowish cast. The Fives 
are of the first impression, and will compare closely ; 
signatures poorly dene ; but there are Fives and Ones 
the signatures of which are well imitated by copper 



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plate writing. The true Sevens have five or six water 
marks, the bad none ; the flukes ot the anchor higher 
a.nd narrower, the foot of the female slimmer, and 
:he toes turned up ; all which are not in the genuine. 
Twenty, altered from One : execution g<~od, but may 
|e detected from the word tzventy m figures^ which. 
s very crowded. 

United States Bank. Five, Ten, Twenty, 
Fifty, and One Hundred dollar bills, are in ctrcula- 
:ion, of the various Branches. The paper in general 
s not of so good a quality as the true bills, and the 
graving not so handsome ; signatures in some in- 
stances well imitated, and in others, appear to be 
nndeby a stiff pen. 

Washington Bank, JVesterly, fM. I<J Fives 
—impression smaller, and pajper of a yellowish ccin- 
>lection. Twenty-five also, altered from One. 



List of Courts in the New-England States, 
for each month. 

S T OTE— S.F.C. stanch for Supreme Federal Court. 
CF.C. Circuit Federal Court. D.F.C. District 
Federal Court. S.J.C. Supreme Judicial Court. 
S.C. Supreme Court. S.C.E. Supreme Court of 
Errors. C.V '. Common Fleas. C.C. County Court. 

'ANUARY begins on mouth, 1st do. 

Thursday, 31 days, Lancaster, 2d do. 

). C. New -Haven and Rochester, 3d do. 

Windham 1st Thursday. I Alfred, 1st Monday. 

Burlington, 1st do. Northampton, War- 

— r- Middicbury, 3d do. ren and .Drh'tol, 2d do. 

— Norwich, 3d do. I E.Greenwich, 3d do. 

— Rutland, 1st Tuesday | C. C. Danville, 1st do. 
after 4th do. Tolland, 4ih d j. 

Boston and Ports- J 






^ 



134 
FEBRUARY begins on 

Monday. 29 days. 
S. F. C. Wa&hi ngton , 

1st Monday. 
D.F.C. Windsor, 1st do. 

Newport, 1st Tues. 

New-Haven, 3d do. 

$. C. Portsmouth & Litch- 
field, 1st do. 
i — *• Hartford, 2d do. 
Manchester, 3d do. 

following 4th in Jan. 

Dover, 4th Tuesday . 

C.P. S,.Kingston,2d Mon. 
— — Haverhill, last Tues. 
C.C.St. Albans, 1st do. 

Tolland, 2d do, 

1 Middlebury, last do. 

Danbury, last do. 

— «- Burlington, last Moh 
day save two. 



MARCH begins on Tues- 
day, 31 days. 
D.F.C. Wiscasset,lst Tu. 
— '•— Salem & Portsmouth, 

3d do. 
S.J.C. Dedham, 1st do. | 

Boston & Nantucket, 

2d do. 
S.C. Newport, 1st Mond. 
-— -* Bristol, 2d do. 

- — -Providence, 3d do. 
C.P. Portland, 1st Tues. 

Taunton, 2d Mond. 

-~ Nantucket, Tuesday 

preceding last Tues. 
*«— Concord, Mdn. prfcc 

3d Tuesday. 



Worcester, Monday .■ 

proceeding 4th do. 

Barnstable and Am- 

herst, last do. 

Ipswich, last Mond. 

-r — Machias, 3d Tuesd. 

C.C. Craftsbury and N w 
Hero, 1st Monday. 

Woodstock, 3d do. 

New -Haven and Rut- 
land, 3dTuesday. 

- — Litchfield and Hart- 
ford, 4th do. 



APRIL begins on Friday, 
30 days. 

C.F.C.N.Haven,30thday. 

S.J.C. Concord, 2d Tues. 
Worcester, 3d do. 
Northampton & JpV 
wich, 4th do. 

Lenox, 1st Tuesday 
after 4th of April. . 

S.C. E.Greenwich, 3d Wfc 
S. Kingston* 4th dd % 
Hopkinton^ast Tues. 

C.P. Keene, 1st do. 
Plymouth, 2d do. 

■ Boston, J 3d do. 

Lenotf, 2d Monday. 

— York, 3d do. 

— — ' Deduam, last do. 

C.C. Hiddam, 1st Tuesd. 

Danbury, 3d do. 



MAY begins on Sunday, 

31 days. 
C.F,C. Boston, 1st day. 
4 Portsmouth,!^ day. 



D F.C. Portland, last Tu. 

: Rutland 7th clay. 

— Providence, id Tvies 

: Hartford, 3d do. 

S.J.C. York & Plymouth. 
3d, do, 

Portland, 4th do. 

S.C..Charlestown*2d do. 

PI) mouth,* N;H. 

4Ui do* 
'C.P. Castine, Ist.do. 
— — Paris 2d do. 

Haverhill, N.'H. 

last do. 
— — Wiscasset, 2d. Mond. 

Augusta &c lldgarton, 

3d Tuesday. 
— Northampton & New- 

port, 3d Monday. 
.— — Providence, 4th do. 

JUNE begins on Wednes- 
day, 30 days. . 
C.F.C. Boston, 1st day. 

Newport, 15th day. 

D.FX. Boston, 4th Tues, 

— Exeter, 3d do. 
S.J.C* Augusta, 1st Tues. 

aft. 4th do. of May. 

— Wiscasset, 2d Tues, 

after 4th of do. , 
— — Castine, 3d Tuesday 

after 4th of do. 
S.C.E. Hartford, 1st Tue. 
C.P. Bristol, 1st Monday, 
-r— Taunton, v 2d do- . 
Concord, Mond. pro- 
ceeding 1st Tues. 
— — Worcester, Monday 



135 



proceeding 2d do. 

Portland, 3d do. 

* Salem, last Mond. 

C.C. Manchester, 1st do. 

Newfane 8c Chelsea, 

2d do. 

Guildhall, Vt.Sd do. 

-rrr— Danville, last do. 
— — N. London, 1st Tues. 



JULY begins on Friday, 

31 days. 
S.C.Danbury, 2d Tues. 

Haddam, last do, 

C.P. Boston & Lancaster, 
1st do. 

Tolland, last Tuesday 

. save two. 



AUGUST begins on Mon- 
day, 31- days. 

D.F.C. Windsor 1st Mon. 

Newport, 1st Tncsd* 

New-Haven 2d do. 

S.C. Newfane and Danbu- 
ry, 1st do. 

— New-Haven, 2d do. 

— Litchfield and Wood- 
stock, Vt. 3d do. 

— Chelsea, 2d Tuesday 
following 3d do. 

— Danville, 3d do. do. 
4th do. 

— Newport, 4th Mond. 
C P. Plymouth and Exe- 
ter, 2d Tuesday. 

— — Machias, Augusta, 8c 
Gilmaijtown, 3d do. 

— South-Kingston and 



136 



Castine, 2d Monday. 
-— E. Greenwich, 3d do. 
- Northampton and 

Tepsham, 4th Mon. 
Lenox and Waterbo- 

rough. 4th do. 
C.C. Hartford, 2d Tuesd 

Windham, 3d do. 

— Rrownington 4th Mo. 

M i ddlebu ry , 1 ast do. 

save one. 
St. Albans, last do. 



SEPTEMBER begins on 

Tuesday, 30 days. 
C.F.C. KartfonUtthday 
D.F,C, Wiscasset, 1st T. 

— Salem, 2d do. 

— Portsmouth, 3d do. 
S.J.C. Lenox, . 2d do. 

— — Northampton and 

Wiscasset, 3d do. 
Worcester, 4th do. 

t£r4th do. 

■ Augusta") ::ddo. aftei 

3d do. 

Portland, 4th 36: a£ 

tcr 3d do. 

Alfred, 6th do.'aftei 

3d do. 
S.C. Hartford, Tolland U 
Dover, 1st Tuesday. 
— — Windham, 2d do. 
— * — Exeter, 3d do. 

New-London, 4th do. 

Bristol, 2d Monday. 

Providence, 3d do. 



proceeding 1st Tues. 

— Hopkinton, 1st do* 

— Barnstable, 3d do* 
Paris Sc Charlestown, 

N.H. 4th do. 

Taunton and Alfred) 

2d Monday* 

Dedham, 3d do. 

Concord, MonrL pre- 

• ceedieg 2d Tuesday. 
— — PIvmouth,N.H. 2d do. 

Ne w bury port, last M- 

C.P. N.Hero, 1st -MqikI* 
C.C. Tolland, 4th do. 

Litchfield. 4th Tues, 

Wof>dstock,V ; 3d M. 

Burlington, Vt. last 

Monday save two. 



OCTOBER begins on Sat- 
urday, 31 days. 
C.F.C. Rutland, 3d day. 

Boston, 20th day. 

F.C.Rutland, 10th day. 
S.J-C. Taunton, 2d Toes, 
after "4th do. of Sept. 
Plymouth, 3 1 do. af- 
ter 4th do. of do. 
Barnstablc,4th do. af- 
ter 4di do. of do. 

Cambridge, 5th do.. 

after 4th do. of do.- 

Salem, Oth do. after 

4th do. of do. 
S.C. Lancaster, N.H. 1st 
Tuesday. 
— HaverhilljX.^. 2d do. 



( Keene, 3d do. 

C.P. Worcester,' Monday j Amherst, Tuesday 



1Z7 



following 4th do. . 

• E.Greenwich, 1st M 

S. Kingston, 2d do. 

C.P. Boston ami Nantuck- 
et 1st Tuesday. 

N, Gloucester, 3<i do. 

Tilsbuvy, last do. 



DECEMBER .begins on 

Thursday, 31 days. 

D.F.C. Boston and* Port- 
land, 1st Tuesday. 

Exeter, 3d do. 

S.C. Haddam, 2d do. 

Tolland, 3d do* 

Fairfield, la^t do. 

St. Albans, last Tues- 
day save one. 

C.P. Worcester, Monday 
prcceeding 1st Tucs. 

Taunton, 2d Mond. 

— — Augusta, 2d Tuesday. 

Dedham and Provi- 
dence, 3d Monday. 

Cambridge, Monday 

proceeding 3d Tuesd. 

Ips"\vich and Lenox, 

last Monday. 

C.C. Hartford and Wind- 
ham, 1st Tuesday. 

Litchfield, 2d do. 

New fane 8c Chelsea, 

2d Monday. 

Bennington l< Guild- 
hall, 3d do. 

%CT* The editor acknowledges with gratitude 
the assistance he has this year received in the. 
compilation of the Register, and solicits a con- 
tinuance of similar favours. 

It is contemplated, to extend considerably the 

Hists of Roads and Inns. Innkeepers living on 

the principal roads, by forwarding their names 

! . and such other information as they can furnish, 

will render service to the public and them$$h« : 

M .2 



NOVEMBER begins oi: 
Tuesday, 30 days. 

C.F.C. Exeter, 2d day. 

i Providence,! 5th dzy. 

D.F.C. Rutland, 1st- Mr n. 

Providence pc Hart 

ford, 3d Tuesday. 

S.J.C. Boston & Nantuck- 
et, 4th day. 

S.C. Hartford* M Tuesd. 

C.P. .Newport.Northamp: 
St. Craftsbury, 1st M 

Castine, 2d Tuesday. 

— — Plymouth and Port- 
land, 3d do. 
Middletown, 2d do. 

— — Danbury 8c Rutland 
3d do. 

— — Norwich and New 

_haven, - 4ih do. 



C.C. 



138 
THE TRAVELLER'S GUIDE. 

Roads) with names of best Innkeepers, 



Wi 



torn 



New -London, to 
Bojlon. 
MontviHe ffangbton 
N or w i c h - P o r t Kinney 
JewertVCity Johnfoii 
Phiniield Eaton 

Sterling Field 

Scituate Fi/h i 



Kitrery acrois the ferry • 1 



Wells 
Ken ne beck 
vaco 

Portland ■ 



Prcv 



. . C Ammidon 

? A In rich 



Attleborouoh 




Tot 



<; Man:\ 
? flatch 
C Invent 
£ Po'ley 
Fuller 12 



From New- London to 
Aeiv- York, 
Lyme 



3jSaybrook 
o Killing worth 
iGui'iord 



Boston* 



S5 ran ford 

New Haven 



Wren tli am 

DeJham 

f Palmer 
J Vofe 
j L an p hear 
^Bradley 

VJilford 

Total 9?j tratford 

— — Fairfield 

From Bojlon to Portland Green farms 

Lynn 



Salem 

Ipfwich 

Newburyport 

Hampton 




Ward BlNorwalk 
C Tucker JStamford 
£ C r o m be y • H o r fe - ne c k 
'Fred well i2>Rye 
Perkins 1 1 Maroncck 



\Vtll3 



T . (Davenport t Jllarle 

PORTSMOUTH \ J Ijjtf 



ioJn- w -Roc hell 
Harlem 

YcRK 



C NichtrUs 

I Butler 



49 

CTark io 

Lov.joy 4 

PennfTcld fj 

Fane! 3 

Reed 4 

Davenpoit 9 

Ktiapp 

Quintau 

Hottou 

William 

II a u ley 



im 



139 



From N. London to Hart 

io:d t neiv turnpike. 
New-Salem Tamer 14 

TBulkeley 
CclcbeSer-^ >Uced 

Marlborough Burl 8 

Glaitcnbury Wells ic 

fGoodwin 

Hartford 




Amfterdam Ofterrnuclt 16 
Caughnawauga it. Fonda 9 
Johnftown, near") Con- 
Anthony, 3 Nofe^ nolly 5 
Palatine Shepard 6 
Zobrifkie 10 
Manheim Pardee 3 
L ttle Falls Carr 



From Hartford to Albany 

near eft turnpike road. 
Farniington Phelps 6 

Canton Hunphrey 7 

liifjvv'oll 2^ 
New- Hartford Cow'.? 3 3 ; 
Sandirtield Hawley 14 

Lenox Cr.fTc e- lie ufe 22 

?fnngs 5 
FhilipstownSchcmerhorn9 

Union- Village 
Schodavk 



{^Morgan 
irmantoun Smith 

Dee 1 field Bray ton 

r C Hotel 

UTICA I Coffee Houfe 



fV. Unca /,9 Canandaigu 
New- Hartford Mc'Lean 
•v eihnoreland Sickels 



iHpag 



.Albany, 



Wilfon 
Ton. C. Houfe 
City Tavern 



94 



From Albany to Utica. 
JVrclHlan 3 
Shields 4 



jSchenactady C. Houj! 
Tontine C Houi 



8 



Vernon Pierfon 

Sullivan Stockton 

Beebc 
Manltus -Warner 

D<*riie Mc'Kinfby 

O n an d a g a Forbes 

■Vlarcellus Leonard 

Rice 
5k?.ncota!os Lake 

Andrews 

Aurelius Boil wick 

Goodw n 

Harris 

Smith 

Hotel — Pcwcl 

Ercckway 



Cayuga 
unius 

Geneva 
eneca 

Gorham 



r Houfe 
Cananbaigua < Hotel 



5 



140 



From Canandaigua to N 
agura Falls and Foit 
Niagara. 
Bjo mfield Hall 12 

Cbarieuown Tinker 
Hartford John Pierfon 7 

Hofmer 5 

Berry 

Caladonla Smith 

Stoddard i« 
Bat a vi a Keyes 1 

.JVTCrakun . 
Wiliink lliehardibn 

Vand«venter ' 
BufT;«.!oe-Creek Landon 22 
Ferry at Outlet of 

Lakvs Erie 
Bertie, over the ferry 
^ fa . Fanning ? 

Chippewa Roach * £ 

ftiagara Falls No Inn 



ii2£ 



From Niagara Fails, on the 
e weftfide $ in Upper Carta 
da, to Fort Niagara, and 
returning by the near eft 
route to Batavia. 
Qusenst-wn Drake T| 
Newark Emory 7 

Acrofs the Ferry to 

Fort Niagara £ 

Lewiston Hivftler 7 

Erie Beach 6J 

Forfythe 9 
\Vi!lii)k Wilbour 54 



Batavia 



Dunham 5 
Keyes 5 

77 



From Providence to Hait- 

ford — Turnpike road. 
situate l Fifli i v £ 

Sterling Field I I 

Plainfield Eaton 4 

Canterbury Johnfon 4 
Windham Staniford 10 
Coventry Fenton &• 

Taylor 13 
Eaft-Hartford Wood-; 



H A RTF OR O 



bridge 




From Hartford to Wind 
for, (Vermont.) 



Windibr. C. 

SurHeld 

Springfield 



8 



Sikes 10 
Williams xo 
> Lyman 14 
>Utley 
J Clark 5 
Deerfield Bennet 18 
Brattleborongh 

Dickinfon 13 



Northampton 



Putney 
Wevtminfter 
Rockingham 
jCharlestbwn 

WfNDSOR 



Stowers 10 
Wrfles 8 

Morgan 5 

Kly 7 

Pettis >8 



141 

Middle road from Bofton 

to New-Haven. 

Dedham Ames 1 1 

ditto Ellis 3 

Medfield Clark 6 

Medway Richardfon 5 

Bellingham Smith 6 

Milford Penniman 4 

M&ndon Miller & Fuller 2 

Uxbridge Read 6 

Douglas Dudley 5 

Thompfon Turnpike 4 

Fairbanks 4 



ditt 

Pomfrc t Sabin 

Afhford Bosworth 

ditto Perkins 

ditto Clark 

Wilmington Marcy 

Mansfield Dunham 

Coventry Kimbal 

E Hartford Wocdbric'ge 

ditto Little 

Hartford Lee 

Weathersfield Wright 

Worthington Ri'ey 

Men den Robinfon 

Wal i 8-gfp rd Carrir gton 

North Haven Ives 

New Haven Nichols 

and Butler 



Water tow 11 Harrington 
Waltham Nixon or 



[ ditto 
Wefton 

Enft-Sudbury 

ditto 
Sudbury 

ditto* 
Marlborongh 

ditto 
Northborough 
Shrewsbury 

ditto 

ditto 
Worc'-fter 
Leic fter 
Spencer 
Brook field 
Weitern 
Palmer 
Wilbraham 
Springfield 
4 Suffi-fM 



Wind for 



Hartford 
Weathersfield 

Ml DD LET OWN 

Durham 
Iwallingford Carrington 

Ives 



Savage 
WefTon 
Smith 
Lrrnard 
Baldwin 
Stone 
Howe 
Munroe 
Williams 
Munroe 
Haven 
Slocumb 
Jenifon 
Mower 
Hob.#rt 
Mafen 
Draper 
Blair 
Bates 
Grcfvenor 
Wil'inms 10 
Sykes 4 
Bicket 
Allen 
Lee 
Willams 
Nichols 
fesinfield 



Wtfiern fofl road from\ 
Bo-ifon to New. Haven. 

Cambridge Drown 



i4q!N( rth- Haven 

J New- Haven 



Brown 



w 



142 
MAIL STAGES. 



ii 



v Mail* Stage from Boston to New-York via Provi 
dence and New*Lohdon, Winter Establishment- 
leaves Boston Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, a 
4'Vcock a.m. arrives at Providence same days, a 
10 o'clock a.m. leaves Providence at 1 p. ^ . arrivejica 
at Norwich at night ; leaves Norwich en Tuesdays 
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 4 a.m. arrives at New 
London at 7'a.m- and at N«ftv*Haven "at 7 p.bi. samj 

days.- Returning, leaves New-Haven Mondays 

Wednesdays and Thursdays, at 5 A.m. reaches Nor 
vich at »iight — leaves do. Tuesdays., Thursdays am 
Saturdays,' a. m. ana arrives at BoSTon at night. 

Mail Stage from Providence to Hartford, Smnrnc 
Establishment— Starts from Providence Tuesdays 
Thursdays and Satin days, at *8 a. m. and arrives" a 
Hartford at 9 the same evening — leaves- 1 Hartford th 
same days, at 10 o'clock, a. m. and arrives at Prov 
dence at 11 o'clock, p. m. same night. 

Winter arrangement —Leaves Providence Mon« 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10 o'clock, a MJCon 
and arrive at Windham same night, and at- Hartfon 
next morning, at 10 o'clock, A. m. Leaves Hartfon 
Mondays, Wednesdays and "Fridays, at 2 o'clock, * — 
M. and arrive at Windham at high t, and at Provi 
dence next day, at 2 o'clock, p. M. 

M/i! Stage from New -London to Hartford, 
Norwich and Colchester— ^Leaves New-Lohdor 
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 6 o'clock, a 
m.— arrives acNorwich, half past 3, a. m — at Marl 
borough, half past 1, p. M. and reaches Hartford, a 
6 o'clock, p. M.'same day. Leaves' Hartford, Mon 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 7 o'clock, A. M** 
arrrives at Colchester, half past 12, p. m. and a 
New- London, at 7 o'ekek, ?. M. same days. 



but 



A LMANACK, Page 5 

Tjl Atto'rnies Circuit 
Court, Cvni). 9} 
Practising, Conn, 
(see the counties) 
.cademies — Cheshire, 83 
Bacon, 8; 

tefoks, 8( 

Counterfeit Bank Bills, 1 30 

Courts, 

)omm, Loans, 

titles, 



133 
IS 



84 
erev, See. 75 

Candidates and unset- 
tled Ministers. 81 
Colleges — New-Haven, 8i 
Harvard, 8 " 
Wiuiamstown, 8 
Rhode-Island, 8 
Dartmouth, 8 
Connecticut — Govern- 
ment, executive and 
legislative, 49 
— — Judicial and Ci\ il, 56 
Hartford County, 



New -Haven, 


59 


New-London, 


&2 


Fairfield, 


64 


Windham, 


66 


Litchfield, 


68 


Middlesex, 


71 


Tolland, 


72 


)uties— Impost, 


25 


Free, 


37 


- — Tonnage, 


38 


Payable in, 


38. 


- — * Credit, 


42 


**— Fees, 


40! 



IN D-E-X. 

— — Allowance, 40—43 

Ports of Entry, 44 

Restrictions, 45 

- — Tares allowed, 41 

Rates (*f Coins, 39 ■ 

iniormotion gene- 
rally, 46 
Eclipses, 3 
Freemen's Meetings, 18 
Free Masons, 83 
Governors of States, 124 
Indiana Territory, 125 
Insurance Companies, 90 
Louisiana Territory, 125 
Medical Society, ' 88 
Monies of Account, 24 
Militia, 92 
Ministers,Consuls,&c. 313 
Missionary Society, 81 
Missisippi" Territory, 125 
Michigan Territory, 1 25 
Mail Stages, 142 
Nomination, Assistants, 56 
Notaries, Conn. 75 
Orleans Territory 125 
Post-Masters, &C. 127 
Post^Office, 126 
Ports of Entry, 44 
Probate Courts, Conn. 74 
Postage, 127 
Registei's Land Office, 126 
Receivers pub. money, 125 
Roads and Inkeepers, 138 
Salaries, 124 
Survevors, 92 
Tables—Tides, 4 

42| Length of Days 8c 

Nights, and rising 85 



INDEX. 



setting of Venus, 17 

— Polls and Estates, 27 

— Weight and value 

of Coins, 20 

— Interest, pounds, IS 

— do. dollars, lb 

— Value of Cents in 



lawful Money, 23 

United States Officers, 

— Executive and state,112 

— Senators, 115 

— Representatives, 116 

— Judicial, 113 

— Revenue, 47 



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FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, 



1809 : 



BEING 7'ITE TllIRTY-fUIRD OF tHE 

INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED 

STATES. 



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OBSERVATION. 

THE hour of night is, many times, more conven- 
iently estimated by the moon's southing, than by 
her rising and sitting. 

To find the moon's southing : 

K U L E. 

Add three hours to the time of high water on any 

Riven day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and you 

will have the true time of the moon's southing for 

that day. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting, 
you will have the lencjthof the day ; and double the 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the night 



Chronological Cycles for the year 1809. 
Dominical Letter, A I Solar Cycle, 26 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- j Roman Indiction, 12 
en Number, 5 | Julian Period, 6522 

Epact, 14 



Names and Charafters of the Planets. 
O or @ Sol or Sun, % or j) Luna or Moon 
$Herschell, V Saturn. % Jupiter. % Mars. 
© Tellas, or Earth. .$ Vemia. $ Mercury. 



Names and Chara&ers of the Afpefts 

6 Conjunction, or planets situated in the sam< 

longitude. 
D Quartile, whew they are 90 degrees distan 

from each other. 
$ Opposition, when they are 180 degrees dis 

tant. 
A Trine, when they are 120 degrees distant. 
^ Scxtile, is when two planets or stars are 61 

degrees distiMU. 



u 



ECLIPSES LY THE YEAR y 1809. 



HERE will be Four Eclipses this Year, in the 
following v>rder : — A 

I. The first will be a very small eclipse of the sun, 
April 14th, visible if the air be clear, by calculation 
as follows : 

h* 772. 

Beginning of the eclipse, 4 20 ") . fh > 

Middle at 5 S fternooi 

End of eclipse 5 43 V 

Digits eclipsed 1£ on the sun's northern limb. 

II. The second will be of the moon, A pril 29th, in 
the evening : the eclipse will begin before the moon 
rises ; but the middle and latter part will be visible ; 
if clouds do not intervene. By calculation as follows. 

h, m. sec* 
Beginning at 6 18 30 

Middle of the eclipse 7 48 30 
Kind of eclipse 9 .18 30 

^Digits eclipsed 10J on the moon's S. limb. < 

III. The third will be of the sun, October 9th, the j 
conjunction will be at 2h. 55|m. in the morning, invi*-j 
ible. 

IV. The fourth will be of the moon, October 23d 
in the morning, visible, if the sky be clear. 

k. 772. 

Beginning to be Visible at 2 54} Apparent 
Middle, of the eclipse 4 31 C time in the 
End 6 83 mornyig. 

Duration 3 hours, 14m. 
Digits eclipsed 10 on the moon's north limb. 

J? FRJE^IEN'S-MEETIKGS. 

JL REEMEN'8-MF/liTINGS, through the State of 
Connecticut, are h-.Ui annually on the third Monday 
in September, and on the Monday following the Brst 
Tuesday la April. 



1J216993 



vATABLR /hewing trie difference of High - Water atfev erai 
places from New- London* 

THK fixth column oi* each monthly page fliews the 
time of High-wat'-T at New-London, New-York r 
Elizabethtown- Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock- Spur, in Georgia, fend Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
lina— -to which if yon add and fubtraft as in the annexed 
- table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 
owing places. — (A) (hews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtra&ed— (H) ftatods for 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



t 



Names of Places 

Albany A 

Am boy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 

^Annapolis, Novf A 

{New-Bedford , S 

B often A 

Burlington A 

Ganfo A 

Cape-Ann A 

Cape Fear S 

Cafe 9 Bay A 

Charlefion Bas S 

Fairfield A 
Fredcrica ) GV<rrg7rt, 8 

{Georgetown Bar S 

Guilford A 

JHackenfack A 

Halifax A 

Melt Gate A o 30 

(Hartford A 2 20 

Hinghatn S 1 3 2 

ttantuigton A 2 o 

Ipfwich A 2 45 

Jamestown A o 50 
JKingtlown^iJ/^afir, A 6 o 

Juouifbonrgh A 3 o 

jM -.in Ocean S o 45 

jMooille- Point A 5 ° 

fofcuiriicket S 1 2,0 



H. M . j Names of Plates* 
6 30 1 Newbury port A 



New -Haven A 

New- Providence S 

Newtown Landing A 

Norwich Landing A 

Penobfcot 

Penfacola 

Philadelphia 

Pi feat a way 

Plymouth 

Polepels Ifland 

Port Royal, 5. C. 

Poftfmouth 

Providence 

Purifjurgh, S. C. 

Quebec 

Keedy-Ifland 

Rhode- Ifland 

Salem 

Sandy-Hook 

Savannah 

Saybrook 

"t. Auguftine, 3. 

St. John's, Ne-uf. 

S u nbury , Georgia, 

Ty bee Bar 

White Stone 

Williamiburg, Va. 

Wilmington, N.C. 



H.M. 
2 45 



I 5° 
I 25 
i O 

45 

3 o 

1 o 

4 20 

2 40 
35 



Vn\ m. i clay, 5li. 6 rn. aft, j -Newm. 15<h#U£Uin*&ft. 
Lastqr. 9d.3U. 4 m. morn. | F.hvft (jr.'j.i d.bh.36pn.:n. 
Fall moon 31 day, 9 &OUT3, ,21 m. morn* 

S>vjs; 



M|VV| Calendar, 



a C . 



|©n.|C- 



f.ACh'CUjTi. 
Jo 



«... 

44 

5 i 5 
6 6 

7;7 

\ 

9 
10 
li 
12 

I 

11 

IS 

16 
17 

18 

.19 
20 

?! 
22 
83 
24 
25j4 
2oj 5 
27;6 
287 
29;A 
[30 2 
B'i 1 3 



Full moon, ,7 28.(4 32.9 K 



HO S . D runs high:7 28J4 3C Uo 
Day's length, 9h. 6m. I? "27\i ^s|iO 



7 25*4 36 
7 2 m 36 
7 24J4 36 
23J4 37 
22f4 38 
7*22:4 33 



O slow of clock 6m. 7 27j4 ; 
Chilly wincl\7 26\4, 
Epiphany. *7 26[ 

E. star ? s. 7 h. 44 m. 
1st. sund. after Ep. 
a O D . . JSaj* 

or mb$&i or hotl 
D Perigee. nea^ 

6 \ D % ///£?<? i&^ 
7*s. south 7h.48 m. 
> runs low. Cold. 

2d aft. Epip. New ~j> 
Day's length 9 h.22 m. 
slow of clock 11 m. 
More &tiqw 
E. star s.Sb.Sm. ^Q$ 
Q in XW 4 hi mom. 

Chilly tvectiher 
3d. aft. Epiph. |7 

nO). . 2vVw|7 12(4 48 

J Apogee. or s«ow. [7 1 )|4 49 
Conversion St. Paul. |7 10 
<5-*V ?". MuchV? 9 



7 21 
7 20 
7 20 
7 19 
7 18 
7 17 
7 16 
7 15 



7 1414 4( ; 

47 



4 39 
4 40: 
4 4( 
1 41 
1 43 
4 43 
4 41 
J* 4o 



'lowr'y weather. 
3 runs high. 
Septuages Sund. 
E- star sets 8h. 30 m. 
Full moon. 



4 50 
451 
4 52 
4 53 
4 54 
4 5 5 
i 56, 



24 

1 IS 

2 ] 

2 5 1 

3 U 





FEBRUARY hath 28 days. 




iL-.ist qr. 7A, llh. 26m. mo. 1 First qr.22d.6h.i5nw in. 
Ne-v ml 14d. 9h. 12 m. m. | 






M| W j Calendar, jcc. j©ri.|@s.|i ,, '.sea.]r. D s 




] 


4 


Iviucli Jailing ,7 3 


457 


10 13 


6 38 




2 


5 


Pur.B.V.M.Candlemas.7 2 


458 


il 2 


7 48 




3 


6 


weather. Snow.7 1 


459 


11 51 


8 58 




4 


7 


Days length lOh. 2m. j6 59 


5 1 


morn. 


10 ) 




5 


» 


Sexages. sun. 6 58 


5 2 


42 


11 5 




6 


2 


J Perigee. Cold 6 57 


5 3 


1 34 


morn 




7 


3 


E. star sets 8h. 45m. 


656 


5 4 


2 28 


7 




8 


4 


ih J>. ^ (Q05 


6 54 


5 6 


3 24 


1 19 




9 


5 


IVindy weather. 


653 


5 7 


4 22 


2 21 




\G 


6 


D runs low. Cc/tf. 


6 52 


5 8 


5 20 


3 23 


1 


U 


7 


Osl. of cl. 15m. 


651 


5 9 


6 18 


4 13 


{ 


12 


A 


Quinquages. Sund. 


649 


5 11 


7 14 


5 4 


1 


13 


o 


snow or rain. 


'6 48 


5 12 


8 8 


5 55 


I 


14 


3 


Valentine S. Tuesday. 


6 47 


5 13 


8 59 


5 set. 




\5 


4> 


New moon. More 


6 46 


5 14 


9 47 


6 49 


1 


16 


5 


pleasant. 


6 44 


5 15 


10 32 


7 50 


■ 


17 


6 


E. star sets 9h. 4m. 


6 43 


5 17 


11 20 


8 52 


i I 18 


"7 
I 


in K 7 aft. 6 $ } 


6 42 


5 18 


Aft. 20 


9 51 


f ] ~ } 


A 


1st Sund. in Lent. 


6 40 


5 20 


50 


10 50 


20 


2 


D apogee. Lowrt/i6S9 


521 


1 35 


11 44 


f 21 


•> 


Days length lOli. 44m. 


638 


5 22 


2 21 


morn 


* j-32 


1 


D0) dull weather, 


636 


5 24 


3 09 


SS 


[ '23 


.) 


j) high. perhaps 


635 


525 


3 57 


1 28 


& 


g 


St. Math. rain 


6 34 


5 26 


4 46 


2 19 


'&$ 


7 


E. star sets 9h. 21m. 


6 32 


528 


5 36 


3 3 


ke 


\ 


2d. in Lent. 


631 


5 29 


6 26 


3 4S 


[27 


9 


Snow or rain. 


6 30 


5 30 


7 15 


4 26 


f 


28 


3 


© si. of clock 13m. 


628 


5 32( 8 5 


5 4 


1 


Venus ( 9 j will be evening star to the 24th of 




yi 


ay 


thence morning star to the year's «;nd. 



















MARCH hath 31 days. 


Full mo. Id. llh. 10 in. aft. 1 Newm.15d.llh.S2m.af. 


Last qr. 8 a. 6h. 56 m. aft. | First qr.24d.2h.31m.m. 


Full moon 31 dav. 10 hours 36 minutes, 


morn. 


M| VV | Calendar,^. |©r. |@s.|F\ sea.fr, J) s. 


1 4 


St. Dav. Full moon. 6 27 


5 33 8 


55 


J> ns 


2 


5 


Days length llh. 10m. 


625 


5 35 


9 


46 


6 33 


3 


6 


O si. of clock 12m. 


624 


5 36 


10 


38 


7 44 


4 


7 


Cold rainny 


623 


5 37 


11 


31 


8 56 


5 


A 


2d > Sund. in lent. 


621 


5 39 


morn. 


10 5 


6 


2 


D perigee. weather. 


6 20 


5 40 





24 


11*14 


7 


3 


B, star sets 9h 4im. 


6 19 


5 41 


1 


23 


morn. 


8 


I 


nOD (6 U 


6 17 


5 43 


2 


21 


17 


9 


5 


7*sset llh. 44m. Cold 


6 16 


5 44 


3 


19 


1 21 


10 


6 


3 low. chilly, 


6 14 


5 46 


4 


16 


2 12 


11 


7 


windy weather, then 


613 


5 47 


5 


12 


3 3 


12 


A 


4th in lent. *wow. 


612 


5 48 


6 


5 


3 44 


13 


2 


J Greatest Elongation. 


6 10 


5 50 


6 


57 


4 25 


14 


3 


Rainy weather 


6 9 


5 51 


7 


45 


5 00 


15 


4 


New m©on. - near. 6 7 


5 53 


8 


32 


> sets 


16 


5 


these days. 


6 6 


5 54 


9 


18 


6 44 


17 


6 


E. star Sets 9h. 58m. 


6 4 


5 56 


10 


5 


7 43 


18 


7 


perhaps snow. 


6 3 


5 57 


10 


49 


8 42 


19 


A 


5 st in lent. 


6 2 


5 58 


11 


S3 


9 38 


20 


2 


O in °f 7 aft. 3 apogee. 


6 1 


559 


aft. 


21 


10 34 


21 




More pleasant. 


5 59 


6 1 


1 


8 


11 26 


22 


& 


Day's length 12h. 4m. 


5 58 


6 2 


1 


56 


morn. 


23 


5 


7*s set lOh. 52m. 


5 56 6 4 


2 


45 


18 


24 


6 


Q03. D runs high. 
Ann. of B. V.U. 


5556 5 


3 


33 


1 03 


25 


7 


5 53 


6 7 


4 


22 


1 48 


26 


A 


Palm Sunday. 


552 


6 8 


5 


11 


2 27 


27 


2 


Foggy weather. 


5 51 


6 9 


6 





3 6 


28 


.3 


O slow of clock 5 m. 


5 49 


611 


6 


50 


3 41 


2'. 


1 


E> star sets 1 Oh. 15m. 


5 48 


6 12 


7 


41 


4 15 


3€ 


> 


Pleasant, 


5 47 


613 


8 


33 


4 54 
D rise 


31 


6 


Good Friday. Full $ 


5 45 


6 15) 


9 


26 



I 



Last qr. 7d. 2h. 22m. mor. I First qr. 
New mo. 1 4cL 81' lOrn.aft. | lull mo. 



nauii 30 Mays 



ni.40m.ci 
r/ h..54m. a 



s. r ,sea 



Hj4 

5 

? . 

3>JA 

ih 

364 

37 3 
3S6 
29 7 



Pleasants 44 j 5 
Easter Sun. Q Perige. j5. fe 
Est. Mon. 5 with 7 *s h i 1 
Day's increase 3h.40m. 5 40 
7*s set 10k, 6m. 5 38 

1) runs low. Pleasant, 5 37 
E. star sets 10h.23rn. 5 35 6! 

<?0o. (a© 3 5 3i* 

1st. af. East. 5 33 

per ha Us thunder. 5 3 1 

Days Length 13h. 5 '30 

Squally weather 5 2 9 1 6 
© and cL even. 5 27|6 

elcipsed. > 26;6 

'Foggy anch 25j6 
2d af. East. D Apo^e. .5 24J6 
ptrha/ia t>Q?ne rain 5 22|6 
7*3. set9h. I7m. 5 21|6 

Ev. star sets lOh.iTm j 20 6 
in # Q morn. ; 5 18 6 

j) high.. ftmokyS 17 

Q ]) * #&£ ei*r 5 16 6 

3d after Easter. 5-15 

Day's lengft I3fa. 34m. 5 13 
E. s. s. iOh. 6m.St.Mk/5 12 
Pay's increase 4h.38ni.j5 1 1 
fast of deck 3 m. $ 10 
Fall tides. Jrfaiko 8 

Moon eclipsed, or rain} 5 7:6 
■30 A ! 4th after East. > Per.j5 6 6 



tjSj 


to 


2 3. 


18' 


11 


22i 


19 


mo 


rn. 


20 





2i 


22 


l 


20 


23 


o 


19 


2 5 


3 


\e 


2 6 


4 


K 


27 


5 


c 


29 


5 


5( 


30 


6 


3'< 


31 


7 


o ■ 


Ov) 


8 




34 


8 


5. 


35 


9 




35 


10 


o 


3£ 


11 


11 


3 9 


1 I 


58 


40 


aft 


4i 


4? 


l 


3-. 


4 5 


2 


22 


14 


3 


c 


45 


3 


57 


47 


4 


46 


48 


5 


«J0 


49 


6 


25 


50 


7 


17 


52 


8 


12 


5 3 


9 


11 


54 


10 


11 



7 5 
9 

10 1 

11 1 
rnofi 

1 
i 

1 5 



4 

4 
j)se 

7 
. 8 

9 
iO 
11 
11 
mor 



1 

1 

2 



4 
8 



MAY hath 31 clays. 



Last qr.6day,10h. 15m. m. 
New mo.l4d. 7h.'17m.ni. 



First qr. 22d. 9h. 8m. m, 
Fuilm. 29d.3h-3iiB.mo, 



Al| W| Calendar, fccc. | (*)ri.|©s.|F.sea. r. D s. 



1 


2 


2 




3 


1 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


r 


7 


A 


8 


2 


£ 


s 


10 


4 


1) 


5 


12 


6 


13 


7 


U 


\ 


t5 


2 


if 


3 


17 


4 


18 


5 


IS 


6 


20 


7 


%■} 


A 


22 


2 


23 


3 


24 


4 


2:' : 


5 


26 


6 


27 


7 


38 


\ 


29 


2 


30 


3 


31 


4 



M Phill p uikI James, ,5 
D low. Pleasant. \5 

Gen. Elect. Newport 
2 station. *owe ram. 
©fa. of cl. 4m. 
St John Evan. □ © D 
5th af. East. Rc/ga. S. 
7*s bet 8 o'clock. 
E, star sets 9h. 9m% 

Showers. 
Gen. Elect. Hartford. 
Bain, (Ascen. day. 
Day's length 14h. 16m 
Sund.aft. Ascen. 6 © -5 
Pleasant weather 
5 Apogee. /or 

D high. «omf 

^'wf, Mew 
E. star sets 8h. 2m. 
$ stationary. lowry 
W.sund. Qinrr8mor 

fileamnt 
Day's increase 5h.36w 
9 morn. star. 6 © 9 

w&athm\ 
©fast of clock, 3m. 
D Perigee. 

lily Sunday. 
Full moon. 

Dlow. Full tides. thun» 
G . £ . Bos >o n . f/c j r . 4 37 



5 

4 

5 2 

5 1 



59 
58 
57 
56 
55 
54 
53 
52 
51 
50 
49 
48 
47 
46 
45 
44 
43 



65511 13 



6 56 

658 
6 59 
7 

7 



morn 



6 
7 
3 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
1 

18 

19 

20 

21 

7 21 

7 22 

723 

7 23 



10 11 
1 1 10 

11 54 
morn. 

39 



55 
40 

25 

n 



6 
7 
8 
9 
9 

10 45 

11 32 
aft. 20 

1 8 



1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
3 

4 19 
Dset 

8 19 

9 5 
9 52 

10 
11 11 
ii 45 
morn. 
20 

52 

1 24 

1 5£ 

2 34 

3 17 

4 1 
3) rise 

8 58 

9 49 



June hath 30 a*j*. 


Last qr. 4day 8 h. 34m. aft. 


First qr. 20d.7h. 11m. af 


Ne w mo. 1 2d . 1 Ob ;.5 5 m . af. 


Full mo.27d. lOh. SQm.af 


M|W| . Calendar, &c. |©ri/|0s.|F.sea.lr. D s 


1 


5 


Day's length 14h.48ir.-U 36 


7 24Jmoin 


10 3'j 


2 


6 


jVbw expect 4 36 


7 24 


53 


11 1<I 


3 


7 


ram. 


4 35 


7 25 


1 46 


11 4' 


4 


A 


1st after Trinity. 


4 35 


725 


2 se 


mornj 


5 


2 


A fop of fashion is the 


4 34 


726 


3 22 


1 


6 


3 


mercer's friend, the ta- 


4 3! 


7 26 


4 7 


a-5'i 


7 


4 


lor's fool,andhiso x »vn foe. 


4 33 


7%7 


4 5 c : 


1 2- 


8 


5 


4 F°gfsy 


4 33 


7 27 


5 36 


1 5 


9 


S 


mornings. 


A OCt 

•4 OA 


7 28 


6 21 


2 2 


iO 


7 


D Apogee. ' 6 $ D 


4 32 


7 28 


7 6 


2 5 


11 


2 


2d aft. Tri. St, Barna. 


4 31 


7 29 


? 52 


3 2 


12 


Nev/ moon. 


431 


7 29 


a 39 


'>set 


13 


& 


and clock eferu 


431 


7 29 


9 27 


7 4 


H 


4 


]> high. JVbw 


4 31 


7 29 


10 U 


8 2 


15 


5 


9 stationary. expect 


4 3 1 


7 29 11 


9 1 


16 


6 


rcdn^ near this time. 


.4*0 


7 30J11 4E 


9 4 


17 


7 


Day's length 15 hours. 


4 30 


7 Sdlaft, 34 


10 1 


IS 


A 


2d after Trinity. 


4 30 


7 30 


I 2C 


10 4 


19 


2 


Day's increase 6h. 


-4 30 


7 30 


2 f 


U 1 


20 


3 


D D Pine 


4 SO 


7 30 


2 $4 


11 5 


21 


4 


© in 25 5 aft. 6 % D 


4 30 


7 30 


3 4«T' 


.nor] 


22 


5 


growing season. 


4 30 


7 So 


4 3^ 


h 


23 


6 


O slow of clock 2 m. 


4 30 


7 30 


5 art 


1 


24 


7 


Nat. St. John Baptist. 


4 30 


7 30 


6 2: 


1 4 


25 


A 


4th aft. Trim }' Peri. 


4 30 


7 30 


7 2> 


2 * 


2 6 


2 


j More rain 


4 30 


7 30 


8 3v 


3 S 


27 


S 


% stati. Full moon 


4 So 


7 30 


9 34 


D ri. 


23 


4 


])lo\v. High tides. 


4Sl!7 29 10 3" 


8 J 


J9 ( 5 


St. Peter. Near 


4 31 : 7 29;H 29 


o 


30 


[6 


1 this time 


i 3T..1 rsSWrii 


^ 





%l V^ X.V X iitlV. 


_ 


. vu V 


a * 






(Last qr. 4(1, 9h. 15m. mo. 


Firsi qr. 20d.2h. 38m. m 1 


New ino.l2d. lh. 26m. af. 


Full mo. 26d.5h.27m. af'l 


MjVVJ Calendar, &c. | ®n.|©3.|i'". sea. [r. J s. 


. 1 7 


Rain near tins 


431 


7 29 


22 


10 15 


2 f 


5th af. Tri. Visit. 


4 32 


7 28 


1 10 


10 45 


o 


time, '" (B. V.M. 


4 32 


7 28 


1 57 


11 16 


4 3 


Independ. dQj) 


4 32 


7 28 


2 43 


11 45 


5 i 


Pleasant nveathei 


4 33 


7 27 


3 28 


morn. 


6 > 


3 slow of clock 4m. 


4 33 


7 27 


4 9 


"17 


7 i 


Pleasant. 


4 34 


7 26 


4 58 


54 


s ? 


6 £ J . 3) Apogee. 


4 34 


7 26! 5 44' 


1 31 


9 


v 6th after Trinity. 


435 


7 25 


6 30 


2 14 


; 10 2 


60$ 


435 


7 25 


7 19 


2 57 


113 


> high. 


4 36 


7 24 


8 6 


3 38 


12 1 


^ew moon. 


4 37 


7 23 


8 54 


Dsets 


13 5 


Hot weather 


4 37 


7 23 


9 41 


7 42 


146 


Day'* length 14h.44m. 


4 38 


722 


10 28 


8 15 


15 7 


these days 


4 39 


7 21 


11 14 


8 49 


'16/ 


K 7th af; Trinity. D ©V- 


4 39 


7 21 


aft. 1 


9 21 


17 2 


ite'ra rmd thundei 


4 40 


7 20 


47 


9 53 


, 183 


Day*s shortened 22m 


441 


7 19 


1 35 


10 2€ 


! 19 4 


about this time. 


441 


7 19 


2 25 


11 C 


■ 20 5 


□ 0H). 7/07/ w«? 


*42 


7 18 


3 17 


11 4C 


2i e 


> « depend, theu 


4 43 


7 17 


4'12 


morn 


, 22 r 


1) Perigee. pleasant. 


4 44 


7 16 


5 11 


21 


123; 


\8thaf.Tr. QinSl4mo, 


4 45 


r 15 


6 11 


1 If 


24 S 


5 More rain* 


4 46 


7 14 


7 12 


2 1C 


25: 


> St. James. )low. 


4 46 


7 14 


8 11 


2 57 


,i6< 


1 Full moon. 


147 


7 13 


9 10 


5 rise 


^27' 


5 «wff thunder. 


4 48 


7 12 


10 4 


7 32 


^ > 


\ Qslow of clock 6m. 


4 49 


7 11 


10 57 


8 7 


,' ?•./- 


Pleasant. 


4 50 


7 10 


11 46 


8 42 


" 50 


\ 9th after Trinity. 


4 51 


7 9 


morn 


9 13 


i 3i: 


2 '7*srise llh 21m. 4 52 


7 8 


34 


9 4 5 





AUGUST hath 31 c 1 


ays. 






Last qr. 3d ay, Oh. 34m. in. j First qr.lSd. 8h.33m. m. 
New mo.llfl. 2h.46m. af. | Full mo. 25d. 2h.l6m.m.i 


I 


8 


M|W| Calendar, kc. |©ri.j @s,|F.sea.|r. 3)s. 


I 


1 3 


Lammas. >? stationary .14 53 7 7 } 1 19 


10 19 




24 


9 great tat elongation. 


4: 5 4| 


7 6 


2 6 


10 54' 




3 5 


D Apogee. P0) 


155 


r $ 


2 52 


il 2v; 




4-5 


Pleasant. 


456 


r 4 


3 38 


norn.: 


i 


57 


7*srise 1 1 o'clock. 


4 57 


r 3 


4 25 


10 




6* 


i iOth af.Trim 6 O 


4 59 


r i 


5 12 


52 


{ 


72 


j) high. Ab7t 


5 { 7 


6 


1 41 


1 


83 


expect rah 


5 1J6 59 


6 48 


2 31 


[ 


94 


Qslow of cl. 5m. 


5 2J6 58 


7 37 


3 3 




10 5 


and thunder 


5 3 


6 57. 


8 25 


3 36 ; 


|i 


116 


New moon. 


5 4 


6 56 


9 IS 


]) set.j 




12 7 


Day's length 13h. 50m. 


5 5 


6 55 


9 5? 


7 24 




13/ 


\ 1 1th after Trinity. 


5 7 


6 53 


10 47 


7 5f 




\42 


Hot weather. 


5 8 


6 52 


11 35 


8 29 




15 C 


> Assump. 3/stationa 


5 9 


651 


aft. 24 


9 A 




154 


t D perigee. 


5 10 


6 50 


1 15 


9 4( 


K 


17 f 


Days short, lh. 22 m. 


5 11 


6 49 


2 '9 


10 2' 


\1 


(8f 


> o \ D. HOD- 


5 13 


6 47 


3 4 


11 J 


\' c 


i^h 


Pleasant 


5 14 


6 46 


4 3 


morn 


u: 


20 i 


\ i 2th after Trinity. 


5 15 


6 45 


5 3 


( 


'<( 


2H 


| 7*s r. 10 o'cl. 1) low. 


5 16 


5 44 


6 2 


1 > 


4, 


22 ! 


1 %y eat her. 


5 18 


6 43 


7 


2 1< 


•■,, 


23 ^ 


t Com. Dartmouth. 


5 19 


641 


7 55 


3 r 


) 


24, 


5 St. 3art. Qinn^lOm 


5 2C 


6 4C 


8 48 


4 L 


l 


25 < 


3 Full moon. 


ft 1 


6 39 


9 4C 


j) ris 




26 


T • ► 7 Vor;; expect 


5 23 


6 <it 


10 2S 


7 1 




27 


A 13th after Trinity. 


5 24 


6 S{ 


ill K 


> 7 4; 


t 


28 


2 1 r*## g$d k>wry 


.5 25 


6 3f 


> morn 


8 2 




29 


3 St. John Baptist. 


5 27 


r 6 s: 


\ o : 


J 8 5 


■>t 


3014 Common. Cambridge. 


5 2* 


re 3s 


J 5( 


) 9 3 


\\ 


3 1)5 © and clock even. *5 2< 


>63] 


I 1 37 10 l 









| .:->EPTE\lii;-,K ualtl 30 iu;ys. 


Ldbt qr. Id. 6ii. 17m. aitfr. 


First q. 16d. xh. 4m.au. 


N 


;w m. 9 day, 3h.llin.af. 


Full uio. 23d. lh. 51m. at*. 


M|\V| Calendar, Sec. .|@'i , i.|©s.|F.se<*.|r. j) s 


1 


6 


]) Ap. DO 3 5 31 6 29 


j 2 24 10 55 


2 


r 


Zfoz?/ weather 5 32 


6 28 


: 3 12 


1 1 41 


3 


\ 


14th after Trin. 5 33 


6 27 


! 3 5£ 


nU'i n 


A 


2 


j) high, about 5 35 


6 25 


4 18 


3< 


i 


■) 


these days. 5 36 


6 24 


5 3f 


1 s| 


C 


\ 


Com. Providence. 5 57 


6 23 


6 2*: 


2 2i 


7 


5 


7*s rise 9 o'clock. 


539 


6 21 


7 12 


3 i< 


b 


5 


Nativ.B.V.M. 


5 40 


6 20 


8 ( 


4 2 ; 




7 


New moon. 


5 4 1 


(5 19 


8 46 


Dsei; 


it 


\ 


15th after Trinity, 


5 43 


6 17 


9 3£ 


6 3b 


U 


2 


l v ull tides. 


5 44 


6 16 


10 28 


7 i; 


12 




fast of c!. 4m. 


5 45 


6 15 


11 19 


7 4> 


1 3 


[, 


Com. N,Haven. 


5 47 


6 13 


aft. 14 


8 35 


u 


J 


D perigee. 6 1? D . 


5 48 


6 12 


1 10 


9 17 


15 


o 1 JVb:y expect rain. 


5 49 


6 11 


2 7 


10 li 


t'6 


t jti os CW 


5 51 


6 9 


3 5 


11 c 


17 


A loth after Trin. 


5 52 


5 8 


4 3 


morn. 


IS 


2 3 low, nighty 


5 54 


5 6 


5 1 


!( 


i-s 


1'D.xyz length 12h. 10m 


5 55 


6 5 


5 55 


1 J ~ 


20 


1' | and mornings 


5 5( 


6 4 


6 48 


2 22 


21 


5 |St. Matthew. 


5 5b 


6 2 


7 39 


3 29 


22 


'3 Pie a saw 


5 59 


5 1; 


8 29 


4 3C 


2:3 


t 


O in=2= 7m. Full mo 


6 C 


6 


9 16 


D rist 


2J 


\ 


17th after Trinity. 


6 2 


5 58^10 4 


6 2S 


25 


^ 


weather. 


6 3 


5 5740 52 


7 S 


26 


.3 


Days shortened 3h.8m. 


6 ^ 


5 56J1I 38 


7 38 


27 


i- 


7*s rise 7h. 48m. 


5 f 


5 54 morn 


8 i: 


28 


:') 


3 apogee. JS/hw co?nes 


6 7 


5 53 2f 


8 57 


29 


5 


rain in jdenty. 


6 £ 


5 52] 1 13 


9 4; 


3o' 


H 


©fast of cl. 10m. 


6 10 


5 50\ 2 1 


10 3< 



u^iv/di'.k nam ji cmys. 



Lasiqr. 1 day,lh. 23m. af. 1 First q. 15d. 8li.25m.aft.tr; 
New m.9d. 2h. 55m. mor. | Full mo, 23d.4h.o8m.mo.Ii," 
Last quarter 31 da y, 8 h ours 3,5 minrce-, morn. JI 



Vi| VV | Calendar, bcc. |tf)ri.|@s. 


F.sea. 1 


r. Ds 


1 


V 18th at. Tnn. D0D 


I 1? 


5 48 


2 49 


rr~2~ 


X 


2 [J high. i?am weather 


5 1 v! 


5 47 


3 38 


morn 


;i 


3 Every age confutes ok 


; \ 


5 46 


4 25 


U 


/ 


1 | errors, and begets new. 


o U 


5 44 


5 13 


I ft 




5 


Virtue is the beauty of 


5 ] i 


i 43 


6 


2 1 * 






the soul. 


' ' 






( 


6 


Windi, 


o 1 1 


5 42 


6 48 


3 17 


7 


7 


•weather- 


6?( 


5 40 


7 3c 


4 21 


c 


\ 


19th after Trin. 


G 2 L 


5 39 


8 26 


5 g? 


( 


2 


Sun eclipsed invisible. 


#2$ 


5 38 


9 18 


Dse'J 


H 


3 


7*s rise'7 o'cl. F .tides 


6 2.4 


5 36 


10 13 


6 3* 


i 


4 


Day's length 11 h. 10m. 


6 25 


) o5 


11 1C 


7 2^ 


1 9 


5 ! 3 perigee. Mitch 


6 2} 


5 33 


aft. i 


8 15 


13 


*\$OW fi^ng 


6 28 


5 32 


i i 


9 1! 


14 


7 ]) low. weather 


6 2? 


5 30 


2 -7 


10 1( 


It 


A 


20th af. Trin. D0D 


6 3i 


5 29 


3 b 


: 1 If 


U 


3 


near these days. 


6 32 


5 28 


3 5^ 


norn 


17 


o 


Ston. Baptist Asso. 


6 33 


5 27 


4 5: 


21- 


i£ 


« 


St. Luke. 


6 35 


5 25 


5 45 


1 2* 


1< 


5 


IsQivry and wet 


636 


5 24 


6 31 


2 3*, 


20 


6 


fast of cl. 15m. 


6 37 


5 23 


7 If 


3 3f 


2] 


j 


Day's shorten 4h.l8m. 


6 39 


5 21 


8 * 


4 3< 


22 


A 


2 lth aft. Trinity. 


6 40 


5 20 


8 5S 


5 3i 


23 


2 


O in Hi 3 aft. Full Q 


5 41 


5 19 


9 39 


j) rist 




3 


Lowry weather 


.3 43 


5 17 


10 25 


5 IS 


25 


4 ,7*s rise 6 o'clock. 


6 44 


5 16 


11 H 


7 1 


26 


5 j © Apogee. and 


6 45 


5 15 


12 1 


7 4: 


27 


6 j razVz 


6 47 5 13 


morn 


8 31 


28 


7 ;St. Simon Sc Jude. 


6 4S5 12 


48 


9 U 


\9 


\2 2cl after Trinity. 


6 49 5 11 


I 3 


10 L 


30 


2 Day's leinrlh 10h.20m. 


6505 10 


2 2i 


11 * 


313 D0D. " Pleasant. 


652 5 8 


3 9 


morn 



N(TVEMIii,K j, 



30 



New mo. 7da>, 2ii.2m. aft. 
First (ju. 14 d. 4h 53m. m. 



Villi m.21cl.lOh,i0iiLai 
Lastqr. 30d.2h.31m.Tn, 



M VV 



f^uiindais fccc. 



;0vi."0s. *>e« 



i 



All Saints. 

6 5- C°°^ weather 
Day's length lOh.lOm. 
Squally ana 
23d after Trinity. 

rainy, 
New moon. 
Full tides. 
D perigee. 

Cold rain 
J low. about 

24th after Trinity. 
Day's shorten 5h,14m 
□ Q), these days. 

Falling weacher, 
O fast of clock lorn. 
7*s sauth at midnight 

25th after Trinity. J 

c/V% weather. 
Full moon. 
3 in / 11 morn. 
D Apogee; 7;7?2.r/, 

3 high. weather 

Day's length 9h. 24m. 
StH after Triniiy. 

•/Ybw comes a stoni. 

6 O h • ' q/* r«fo 

T*s south 1 In. 8min. 
St Aiid^e **. or ,o?7ow 



6 53 


5 t\ 


5 54 


5 6 


6 55 


5 5 


5 57 


5 3 


5 58 


5 2 


6 59 


5 1 


7 


5 


7 1 


45? 


7 2 


t 5 8i 


7 3 


4 57 


7 5 


4 55 


7 6 


454 


7 -7 


4 53 


7 8 


4 52 


7 9 


4 51 


7 10 


4 50 


7 11 


4 49 


7 12 


4 48 


7 13 


4 47 


7 14 


4 46 


7 15 


1 4^ ! 


7 16 


444J 


7 17 


4 43| 


7 18 


4 42j 


7 18, 


4 42; 


7 19 


4 4 1 


?' 20 


4 40. 


72! 


4 39 


'7 22 


4 38 


7 22 


4 38 



55 

4! 

2b 

17 

7 

8 1 

8 57 

9 57 
iO 58 
11 58 
:fc 59 



8 19 

9 6 

9 -:$h 

10 41 

11 20 

noni 

14 
I 

1 40 

2 30 

3 15 



5 

1 3 

2 2 1 

3 39 

4 32 

5 25 
5se 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 14 
|ll 2 
morn 

28 

; i 3c 

2 35 

3 3 '- 1 

4 s: 

5 21 
D rise 

5 3fc 

6 27 
7 

8 

'3 54 
9 50 
10 46 
U 4fi, 
■norn 



, DKCEMBER \mft &* ciays. 


f 


New m. 7d. Oh. 34m, morn. 


Fullm. 21d. 5h. 13m. alt 




First q. 13d.4h. 30m. mor. 


I.astq. 29d. 61 


i. Oiti. aft. 


( 


M 


VV.| Calendar, Sec. |@n.|@s. 


4 


;ea.|r.$s 




1 


a 


t*S; souih 1 1 o'clock. 


7 23 


4 37 


1 


U 




o 


7 


i?cm or 


724 


137 


4 


49 


1 5( 




c 


A 


Advent Sund. 


7 24 


\3( 


5 


38 


2 5' 




A 


2 


snow near this time 


725 


i'S5 


6 


3! 


4 | 


*■ 


t; 


3 


fast of cl. 8m. 


725 


4 3; 


7 


29 


5 1-: 


- 


6 


i 


) per. High tides. 


7 26 


4 34 


8 


27 


6 2C 




7 


5 


New moon. 


7 27 


4 34 


9 


31 


J seti 




8 


6 


Conccp. B. V. M. 


727 


4.33 


10 


34 


6 38 




. 9 


7 


j) low. 


728 


4 32 


11 


34 


7 48 




! 


\ 


2d in Advent. 


7 28 


J 32 


aft. 32 


8 51 




[ i 


2 


2/ stationary. A cold 


7 28 


431 


1 


26 


10 L 


! l 


■12 


3 


storm is 


7 2<: 


4.31 


2 


17 


n i;i 


1 2s 


« o 


4 


DOS near 


7 2? 


I 3 1 


O 


4 


morn 


!< 


14 


5 


at hand. 


7 29 


4 31 




52 


o fi 


■4c 


!5 


6 


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Rates- at which Taxable. Polls and Es- 
tate AKE PUT IN 'HIE GiiAND I.hVY, 

IN ?k$ ^VATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

POLLS from 21 to 70 years of age, at g60 
Polls from 18 to 21 years of age, at 30 

Oxen and Bulls four yea: s < Id, at ; 10 

Cows, Steers, Heifers, and Bulls, three 
years old, at 7 

Steers, Heifers and Bulls, two years old, at 

Horse kind three >eai>; old, at 

Horse kink two 3 eais rid, at 

Horse kind of one year o;d, at 

Stallions more than three years old, at 

Mules three 3 ears old, at • 

Mules two years c Id, at 

Mules of one year old, at 

Covering Jacks, at 

Acres of Pi< ughhiid, at 

Acres of Upland, Mowing, and Clear pas- 
ture, at 

Acres tf B'ojsgy Meadow, mowed, at 

Acres of Boggy Meadow, not mowed, at 

Acres of Meadow-land in Hartford and 
Middlesex Counties, at 

Acres of other Meadow -land, at 

Acres of Bush -pasture, at 

Acres of u>irnclos<?,d Land, first rate, at 

Acres of uninclosed Land, second rate, at 

Acres of uninclosed Land, third i'iite, &t 

Coaches, at 

Chariots, at 

Photons, at 

Coachecs, at 

Curricles, at 

Chaises, Chairs or other two "wheel carri- 
ages — fifteen, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, 
or sixty dol!ars,accordingto their vrdue. 

Other four wheel Carnages on sj rhg* 4 •/< 



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Gold Watches, at g34 

Silver Watches Sec at 10 

Steel and Bttflss-wheeled Clocks, at 20 

Wooden-wheeied Clocks, at " 7 

Fire-places, first class at 5 

Fire-places, second class, at 3 75 

Fire-pi aces, third class, at 2 50 

Fire -places, fourth class, at 1 25 

Stores, one story high, at 10 

Stores, two stories high, at 20 

Stores, three stories high, at 30 
Ounces of Silver Plate, at gl 11 per oz. 

ai six firr cent, 
Dnliawon interest, at six fier cent* 
Dollars, Bank?>tock, at three per cent. 

Sheep added as a penalty, at 75 

K. B. The poll of each non-commissioned officer 
and private of the militia, is exempted from taxa- 
tion ; provided he produces a certificate from the 
commanding officer of the company to which he be- 
longs, on or before the 10th of September, annually, 
that he is equipped according to law, and dressed 
in uniform-wand has performed military duty accor- 
ding to law, except when prevented by some rea- 
sonable cause. 

The Listers may abate for old or decaved houses, 
one fourth, one half, ©r three fourths of the sum at 
which they are put in the list. 

Stock owned in Banks out of this State, is not put 
in the list when taxed in the State in which such 
- Bank is kept. 

Attornics, Physicians, Surgeons and Mechanics, 
are exempted from assessment for two years from 
, the time they commence business.. 



TABLE, 

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Money accounts of the United States are to he ex-, 
pressed in Dollars or Utiite % ISis?)ies or Jc?i'l^ y 
Cents or Hundredths ', and JW.llcs or 10tQttxandihs* 
A 'Btetrtt being the tenth part of a Delia :\ h CV//£ 
the hundredth part of a Dollar } ana u J/7.2' the 
thousandth part of a Be liar* 



mmam 



MONIES OF ACCOUNT. 

In I>n gland. 
4 Fartftittgs (qrs.) make 1 Penny, d, 

12 Pence " 1 Shilhrg, s. 

20 Shillings 1 Pound, /. 

A Pound is g4 44 1-9 Cents. 

In France. 
12 Deniers make 1 Sol. 

20 Sols 1 Livre or I'rar k. 

A Livre or Frank is — 18 £ Cents, 



In H-lhnuL 
16 Pbennings make 1 Stiver. 

20 Stivers 1 Guilder. 

A Guilder is — 39 Cents. 

In liambi/rgh. 
12 Deniers make 1 ScMnb. 

12 Sol-lubs 1 Mark Banco. 

A Mark Banco is — 3; ^ Cents 

In Portugal. 
1000 Reas make 1 Milrea. 

A Milrea is— gl 24 Cents. 



In &j:ain. 
S\ Maravedies of Plate make 1 Rial of Plate. 

3 Rials of Plate I Piastre. 

A Piastre is — SO Cents. 
A Rial —10 Cents. 

In Russia. 
100 Copec make 1 Ruble. 

ALSO. 

20 Mocosques make 1 Grive. 

10 Grives 1 Ruble. 

A Ruble is— $1 



In Poland and Prussia* 
18 Penins make 1 Gros. 
SO Gits - — 1 Florin. 
8 Florins make 1 Rix Dollar.— A Rix Dollar is— g 

In Sweden, 
32 Orts make 1 Copper Dollar. 
A Copper Dollar is— 11^ Cents. 

la Denmark and Aorway. 
16 Schillings make 1 Mark." 

6 Marks 1 Rix Dollar. 

A Rix Dollar is — g>l. 

In Genoa. 
12 Dejrvari make 1 Soldi. 

20 Soldi 1 Ptzzo." 

A Pezzo is— §1. 



In Rome. 
10 Bajcches make 1 Julio. 

12 Julio 1 Stampt Crown. 

A Stampt Crown is— gl 33. 

In JVjufties. 
20 Grains make 1 Tarin. 

5 Tarins 1 Ducat 

A Ducat is— 75 Cents. 



In India. 

12 Pice make 1 Ana. 16 Anas — ! Rupee, 

SO Cash make 1 Fanam. So Fanam s — — 1 Pagod 
A llwpee is- — gO 55$ Cents. 
A Pagoda is— gl 94 Cent-. 

In China. 

1 Cash make 1 Candarihe. 1 O.ndarine— 1 Mac 
10 Mace— 1 Yale.— A TaU is—S 1 ft Cents; 



" Connecticut $eg*£ter» 

DUTIES. 

Articles on which Duties are payable at their im- 
portation into the United States, with Kates of 
Impost^ alphabetically arranged. 

ARMS, lire and side, not oth- 
erwise enumerated, or parts 

thereof, 17-J per cent, ad val. 

Apparatus, philosophical, espe- 

cially imported for any semina- 
ry of learning, free. 
Ale, beer and porter, in casks or 

bottles, 8 cents per gallon* 

Almonds. 2 cents per Id, 

Artificial flowers, feathers, and 

other ornaments for women's 

head dresses, \7\per cent, ad vaU 

Anniseed, Vt\ ditto* 

Anchors, 15 ditto. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, 

product or manufacture of the 

U. States, spirits excepted, free. 
Brass teutenage and wire, free. 

— iron or steel locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils and vices, 25 ditto. 

*— — all other manufactures of \7\ ditto, 
s|Balls and balsams, (see powders, 

pastes, &c.) lf£ ditto. 

Beer, ale or porter, in casks or 

bottles, 8 cents per gallon. 

Bricks and tiles, 17% per cent, ad val. 

f pounds, hats, and caps of every 

kind, 17 h ditto. 

Boots, 75 cents her hair. 

c 



26 

Books, blank IS per cent. 

Looks, of persons who come to reside 



in the United States 
Buttons, of every kind 
Buckles, shoe and knee 
Brushes 
Bullion 

Burgundy wine 
Cannon of braes 

Carriages, or parts of carriages 
Cards, playing 
, wool and cotton 



Cables and tarred cordage 
Cabinet w ares 



free. 

\7\ fier cent 
17 £ ditto. 
15 ditto. 1C 
free. 

45 cts.fiergc 
17 J per cent 
22£ ditto. 
25 cts.pe?*pat 
50cts.per do. 
2 cents per I 
17^ per cent 
Caps,Uats and bonnets,of every kind i7£ ditto. 
Carpets and carpeting 17| ditto. 
Cartridge paper 17£ "ditto. 
Candles of tallow 2 cents per I 
— — -, of wax or spermaceti 6 ditto 
C fiampai en wine 45 cts. per go 
Cassia, China . 4 cents per I 
Capers 17| fier cent 
Canes, walking sticks and whips 15 ditto. 
Cambrics 15 ditto. 
Cheese 7 cents per I 
China ware 17| per cent 
Comfits l?i ditto. 
Chintzes and coloured calicoes or mus- 
lins, and all printed, stained or co- 
loured goods or manufactures of cbt> 
ton, of linen, or of both, or of which 
cotton or linen is the material ot 
chief value 15 ditto. 
Cinnamon and cloves 20 cents per I 
Cocoa 2 ditto, 
Chocolate 3 ditto. 
Clogs and goloshoes, (see shoes) 17£ cts.perpa, 
Cordage, tarred 2 cents per l 
, utttarred 2 £ ditto. 



k 



27 

fcosmeticks Vk far cent. 

Goal 5 cts.per bus. 

Colours, (see paint' s') 

(.(Copper manufactu js 17£ per cent. 

Copper in plates, pigs and bars free. 

Currants 2 cents per lb. 

Compositions for the teeth and gums, 
(see dentrifices) 1?J fier cent. 

Coffee 5 cents per lb. 

Cotton 3 ditto. 

Cotton or linen manufactures^ of both 
or of which cotton or linen is the ma- 
terial of chief value, being printed, 
stained or coloured, or cotton manu- 
factures not printed, stained or co- 
loured 15 fier cent. 

[Clocks and watches, or parts of either 1 7\ ditto. 

|Coaches, chariots, chairs, phacto»s, 
chaises, solos, or other carriages, or 
parts of either 23£ ditto. 

Cloaihing, ready made 15 ditto. 

Clothes, books, household furniture, 
and the tools or implements of the 
trade or profession of persons who 
come to reside in the United States free. 

Cutlasses, or parts thereof \7\ per cent. 

Dates and figs 17£ ditto. 

Dentrince powders, tinctures, prepara- 
tions ancl compositions, for the teeth 
and gums 17-£ ditto. 

Dolls, dressed or undressed 17\ ditto. 

JDrugs, medicinal, except }hose com- 
monly used for dying 17 h ditto. 
— and woods for dying free 

Earthen an;l stone wares 17£- per cent* 

Essences, (see powders, pastes, Sec.) \7\ ditto. 

Fans, or parts thereof 17£ ditt®. 

Fayal wine 28 cts. pr» gal. 

Feathers, and other ornaments for. wo- 



2.8 

men's head dreses 17§ per cent. 

Fringes commonly used by upholsters, 

coachmakers and saddlers 17^ ditto. 

Figs 2 cents per lb. 

Fish, foreign dried 50 cts.per quin m 

Salmon 100 cts.fier bbU 

— - Mackarel 60 ditto, 

'- 1 other pickled 40 ditto. 

Flowers, artificial 17£ per cent. 

Floor cloths and mats,or parts of either 17\ ditto. 
Fruits of all kinds 17£ ditto. 

Furs of every kind, undressed free. 

Glass— -black quart bottles 60 cts t p?\groce n 

*r — window,not above 8 inches by 10 160c.pAQG8q.f m 

« — 1 by 12 175 ditto. 

all above 10 » by 12 225 ditto, 



a\\ other glass and manufactures 



thereof 

Glauber Salts 

Gauzes 

Geneva, (see spirits) 

Ginger 

Girandoles, or parts thereof 

Goloshoes, (s ee shoes) 

Gloves and mittens, of every kind 

Gold, silver, and plated ware 

Gold and silver lace 

Goods.wares, a*d merchandize import- 
ed directly from India $r China, in 
ships or vessels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, and 
all other articles liable to higher 
rates of ruty 15 

Goods, wares and merchandize intend- 
ed to be re-exported to a foreign 
port or place in the same ship or ves- 
sel in which they shall be imported, 

; — and all articles of the growth, pro- 
duct or manufacture o{ the United 



22$ tier eetit* 

500 cts.per cwt> 

IS far cent. 

17} ditto* 
22f dittc. 

15 cts. per pair* 
\7h per cent, 
X'(i ditto. 
174 &tto. 



ditto* 



States, spirits excepted free, 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, not 
herein otherwise particularly enu- 
merated and described IS per cant. 

Glue 4 ants per lb. 

Qunpowdef 4 ditto. 

Hangers, or parts thereof 17J per cent. 

Hair powder 4 cents fier lb. 

IIats,caps,and bonnets of every kind 17£ ditto. 

Hemp % 100 cts.pcricwt* 

Hides, raw free. 

Household furniture of persons who 
come to reside in the U. States free. 

Implements of the trade or profession 
of persons who corns, to reside in the 
United States free. 

Indigo / 25 Cents ficr lb. 

Iron wire free. 

— ^— slit and hoop 1 cent per lb. 

- steel or brass locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils or vices 15 per cent * 

-— cast or relied, and all manufac- 
tures of iron,steel,or brass,or of which 
either of these metals is the article cf 
chief value, not being otherwise par- 
ticularly enumerated \7\ ditto. 

leweh&y and paste work Vl\ ditto. 

Lace of gold and silver \7\ ditto. 

Laces and lawns 15 pej cent* 

Laces, lines, fringes, tassels, and trim- 
mings co'mmonly used by upholsters, 
coach -makers, and saddlers lf| ditto. 

Lampblack 15 ditto. 

Lapis Calaminaris free 

Leather, tanned, tawed, and all manu- 
factures of leather, or of which lea- 
ther is the article of chief value, not 
otherwise particularly enumerated l?i fier cent* 

Lead and musket ball 1 cent per lb* 

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30 

— all other manufactures of lead, or 

in which lead is the chief article 1 cent per lb, 

Lemons and limes 17 j per cent. 

Lime, foreign 50 cts. per cask 

of '60 gallons* 

Liner, or cotton manufactures,or of both, 
of which cotton or linen is the materi- 
al of chief value, being printed, stain- 
e'\or colored, or cotton manufactures 
i *t printed, stained, or coloured 15 per cent* 

Linen manufactures, or of which linen 
is the chief article of value, not prin- 
ted, stained, or coloured 15 ditto, 

Lisbon atid Oporto wines SO ct$. per gal. . 

Looking glasses, or parts thereof 22f fier cent. 

Manufactures of tin, pewter, and cop- 
per, not otherwise particularly enu- 
merated T7£ ditto* 

— ■ — of iron, steel, or brass, not oth- 
erwise particularly enumerated \7\ ditto. 

of leather, not otherwise par- 
ticularly enumerated 17 & ditto. 

— ~r of lead, not ©rtherwise partic- 
ularly enumerated 1 cent per lb* 

— u. of cotton or linen, or of both, 

printed, stained, or coloured, or of 
cotton not printed, stained, or co- 
loured 15 per cent. 
• of linen, not printed, stained 



or coloured 15 ditto. 

of glass, (see glass) 

of tobacco, (see snuff and to- 
bacco) 

of wood, (see cabinet wares 

and wood) 

of the United States, spirits 

excepted free. 

Mats and floor cloths, or parts of ei- 
ther Vt\ per cen 

Malt 10 cts.pcrluOt 



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Marb'e, slate, and other stone, bricks, 
tiles, tables, mortars, and other uten- 
sils of rmiTble or slate, and generally 
all stor.e and earthen ware 17 ^ per cent* 

Madeira wmes (see wines) 

Malaga wine 28 cts. per qah- 

Mace 125 ct*. per lb. 

Medicinal drugs, except those com- 
monly used in dying / 17 £ per cent. 
Merchandize, goods, and wares, im- 
ported directly from China or India, 
in ships or vessels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, and 
all other articles liable to higher 
ra^es of duties 15 ditto. 
Merchandize^ grods,and waresantend- 
td to be re-exp»rted to a foreign port 
or place in the same si dp or vessel in 
which they shall be imported — and 
all the articles of the cxowtfi, pro- 
duct or manufacture of the United 
States, spirits exc« pted free. 
Merchandize, gpods, and wares, not 
herein otherwise particularly enu- 
merated and described 15 per cent. 
Mittens and gloves, of every kind 17§ ditto. 
Millinery ready made 17J ditto. 
Molasses r 5 cts-pcrgal. 
Muskets and firelocks with bayorets 
fitted to the same, and musket ball, 
or parts of either \ 17£ per cent* 
Muskegs and firelocks without bayo- 
nets, or parts cf either 3 7^ ditto. 
Mustard in flour 17 \ ditto. 
Musiip.s or muslinets, % hether printed, 

stained, coloured, or otherwise 15 ditto. 
mils 2 cents per lb. 

Nankeens 15 per cent. 

Nutmegs- 50 ctntspcr lb* 



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©ranges 17 j fier cent* 

Ornaments for women's head dresses 17£ ditto. 
Ointments, oils, and odours, (see pow* 



ders, pastes, Sec.) 




17£ ditto. 


Olives 




17l ditto," 


Oil 




17£ ditto. 


Ofhre, iiy yellow 




1 cent fier lb m 


Oporto and Lisbon wine 




30 cts* fier gal. 


Paper hangings 




17£ fier Cent* 


writing and wrapping 




15 ditto. 


sheathing and cartridge 




17£ clitto. 


Painters' colors, whether dry or 


ground 


in oil, except those commonly 


used in 


dying, not otherwise particula 


rly enu- 


''? inerated 




17| dittp. 


Pack thread and twine 




4G0cts.fitrcivt. 


Pasteboards, parchment or vellum 


15 per cent. 


Paste work and Jewelry 




17 \ ditto. 


Pb re tons, or parts thereof 




22$ ditto. 


Plaister of Paris 




free. 


Pewter, plates and dishes 




4 cts. fier lb. 


, old 




free. 


Pepper 




6 ct&, fier lb. 


Perfumes 




17 '£ fier cento 


Pistols or parts thereof 




17§ ditto. 


Pictures and prints 




15 ditto. 


Pimento 




4 cents fier lb 9 


Printing types 




15 fier cent. 


Pickles' of all sorts 




17fc ditto. 



Printed, stained, or coloured goods, or 
manufactures of cotton or of linen, or 
of both 15 ditto. 

Porter, beer,or ale,in casks or bottles 8 cts, fier gak 
. Powder for hair 4 cts. fier lb. 

gunpowder 15 ficr cent* 

Powders, pastes, balls, balsams, oint- 
ments, oils, waters, washes, tinctures, 
essences, or other preparations or 
compositions, commonly called sweet 



3S 

scents, odours, perfumes, or cosmet- 
ics, and all powders and preparations 

for the teeth and gums 17£ ditto. 

Plumbs and pruaes 2 cts. per lb* 

Quick Silver 6 ditto. 

Raisins, in jars and boxes 2 ditto. 

•, Muscatel 2 ditto. 

•, all other kinds 1£ ditto. 



Red and white lead 2 ditto. 

Salt free. 

Salts, glauber ZOQcts.per cwt* 

Stained, printed, or coloured goods, or 

manufactures of linen 15 per cent. 

SaltPctre free. 

St. Lucar wines 40 cts. per gaU 

Segars §2 per thousa. 

Starch 3 cts. per 16. 

SaU cloth 15 per cent* 

Sbte. store, and stone ware 17£ ditto. 

Saddles, or parts thereof 15 ditto. 

g»tfin£, and other wrought silks 15 ditto. 
Stee) 100 cis .per c«£. 

Sled, iron, or brass locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils, arid vises 15 per cent. 

« — all other n^mifactures of steel 17| ditto. 
Sheathing and cartridge paper \7\ ditto. 

Sir •, ; wine 40 cts. per gal* 

Sea stores of ships or vessels free. 

Speriuaceti candle^ G cts. per lb. 

6paiMii>rown 1 ditto. 

Sv ict a r/:>(seepowders,pastes,8cc.) \7\per cent*. 
Spirits distilled in foreign countries, 
viz. 

From Grain* 

Fir t pi ccf 28 cts. per gal. 

Second proof 29 ditto. 

Third proof „ 31 ditto, 

Fourth proof 34 ditto. 

Fifth proof 4© ditto, 



25 


ditto. 


25 


ditto. 


28 


ditto. 


32 


ditto. 


38 


ditto. 


46 


ditto. 



34 

Sixth proof 50 ditto. 

From other materials. 

First proof 

Second proof 

Third proof 

Fourth proof 

Fifth proof 

Sixth proof 
Spirits distilled in the U. States, import- 
ed in the.sime ship or vessel in which 
they had been previously exported 
from the U. States, viz. 
From Molasses* 

First proof 15 

Second proof 16 

Third proof 17 

Fourth proof 19 

Fifth proof 23 

Sixth proof 30 

From tnattrtiiil* the growth and pro- 
duce sf i he U. States. 

First proof 7 

Second proof 8 

Third proof 

Fourth proof 

Fifth proof 

Sixtl: proof 
SpiVcs 
Silver arid plated ware 

lace 

Skins raw 

Shoes, and slippers of silk 

, kid and morocco 

other shoes and slippers for men 

and women, clogs or goloshoes 15 ditto. 
— other shoes and slippers for chil- 
dren 10 ditto. 
Swords or cutlasses,or parts of either 17§ fur cent 
Stockings 17£ ditto. 



ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
'ditto. 



ditto, 

ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 
1 cent fier 16. 
17% fier cent. 
17-} £Hto. 
free. 

25c/s. fir pair. 
15 ditto. 



9 
11 
13 
18 



3$ 

Stone and earthen ware 1TJ ditto. 

Soap 2 cents per lb. 

Solos, and other carriages, or parts 

thereof 22£ per cent. 

Sulphur free. 

Sugars, brown 2| cis. per lb. 

-, whiie clayed 3 ditto. 

-, do. powdered 3 ditto. 

-, all other clayed or powdered 2\ ditto. 
-, lump 64 ditto. 

-, loaf 9 ditto. 

-, other refined 6£ ditto. 

Sugar candv Hi ditto. 

Snuff 22 cts. per lb. 

Tassels and trimmings, commonly u- 
sed by upholsters, coachmakers and 
saddlers \7\ per cent. 

Tables of marble, slate and other stone, 

or parts thereof \7\ ditto. 

Tallow candies 2 cts. per lb. 

Te as, from China and India. 



— , bohea 13 


ditto. 


, souchong and other black 18 


ditto. 


— — , hyson, imperial, gunpo\,«tler, or 




gomee 32 


ditto. 


, other green teas, 22 j 


ditto. 


From Europe. 




- , bohea 14 


ditto. 


— , souchong and other black 21 


ditto. 


■— — , hyson, imperial, gunpowder, or 




gomee 40 


ditto. 


— , other green teas 24 


ditto. 


From any other place. 




< , bohea 17 


ditto. 


— , souchong 27 


ditto. 


H — , hyson, imperial, gunpowder, or 




gomee . 50 


ditto. 


, other green teas 30 


ditto. 


Tenerifte win* 21699^ ^^ ^ 



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Twine and packthread 400 cts.per ewt* 

Tin manufactures 17£ per cent. 

in pigs and plates free. 

Tinctures (see powders, pastes, &c.) 17J per tent. 

Tiles and bricks 17£ dttto. 

Toys not otherwise enumerated 15 ditto. 

Tobacco manufactured (other than 
snuff) 10 cts. per lb* 

Tools of the trade or profession of per- 
sons who come to reside in the Uni- 
ted States free. 

Types for printing 15 per cent* 

Velvets and velverets 15 ditto. 

Wares of tin, pewter, and copper, not 

otherwise enumerated 17J ditto. 

—, of earthen or stone 17* ditto. 

— , of China, 17£ ditto. 

-, gold, silver, and plated 17£ ditto. 

— , goods and merchandize, imported 
directly from China or India,in ships 
or vessels not or* the U. S. except 
teas, China ware, and all other arti- 
cles liab'e to higher rates of duties 15 ditto. 

.«— , goods, and merchandize of the 
growth, produce, or manufacture of 
the U. States, (spirits excepted) free. 

Wafers 17£ per cent< 

Waters and washes, (see powders, 

pastes, &c.) Vf\ ditto. 

Walking-sticks, whips and canes 15 ditto. 

Wax candles 6 cts.per lb, 

Watches and c!ocks,or parts of cither. 17J per cent< 
Win as, in cask?, dottles, and other vessels* 

, Malmsey, Madeira, and London 

particular Madeira 58 eta. per gat 

■ all other Madeira wine 50 ditto. 

Burgundy, Champaign, Rhenish, 

and Tofcay wines 45 ditto. 

*— «~ Sherry and St. Lucar wines 40 ditto. 



— — Claret, and other wines not enu- 
merated, when imported in bottles 
or cases 35 dltta; 

. Lisbon, Oporto, and other Portu- 
gal wines 30 ditto. 

Sicily 30 ditto. 

Teneriffs, Malaga, Fayal, St. 

George, and other Western Island 

Wines 28 ditto* , 

all other wines, when imported o- 

therwise than in bottles or cases 23 ditto. 

Window glass, (see glass) 

Wire of brass and iron free. 

Wool and cotton cards 50 cts. per daz. 

Wool unmanufactured free. 

Wood unmanufactured free. 

Wood manufactured, (exclusive of ca- 
binet wares) 15 fier cent. 

Yarn untarred 225 cts.fier cnvt. 

All other goods not before particularly 
enumerated and described 15 fier cent. 

QC^All parts of articles to be subject to the same du- 
ties as the entire artick is subject to. 

Bottles in which liquors are imported pay the sarr^. 

duties as empty bottles. 

The following articles are free from duty. 

Rags and bristles. 

Jtegulus of Antimony. 

Unwrought clay, unwrought burr stones. 

Bark of the cork tree. 

Philosophical apparatus, especially imported for any 
seminary of learning. 

Articles of all kinds, of the growth, product, or man* 
ufacture of the United States. 

Copper in plates, pigs and bars. 

Clothes, books, household furniture, and the tools or 
implements of the trade or professions of person;* 
who come to reside in the United States. 

Drugs and woods for dying. 

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Fnrrs of every kind undressed. 
Goods, wares and merchandize,intended to be export- 
ed in the same vessel in which they shall be imported 
Salt. j. , ' 

llaW hides and iron ware, 
Lapis Calaminaris, and Plaister of Paris* 
Old pewter asd tin, In pigs and plates. 
Wire ot brass and iron. 
Wood and wool unmanufactured* 



T A NA G E i 

By \Ct of Congress, approved 2d of March, 1799, td 
be paid at the time of entering the vessel, and be- 
fore any permit shall be granted for unloading any 
part of the cargo, at the following rates : 

On all shifts or vessels entering from any foreign 
port or place* Cts* per ton* 

Ships or vessels of the United States, 6 

- , — iLi built within the United States 

after the 20th July, 1789, but belonging wholly 
or in part to foreign powers, duly recorded, SO 

On other ships or vessels, SO 

Vessels of the U. States employed in the coasting 
trade or fisheries, duly licensed, per annufri, 6 

Vessels of the United States, (other than licea- 
sed) taking in merchandize in a district in one 
state, to be delivered in a district in another 
state, other than an adjoining state on the sea 
coast, or a navigable river, 

Other ships or vessels, taking in merchandize 
to be delivered in another district, 50 

(£$* Foreign vessels pay light money at the rate 
of 50 cents per ton 

DUTIES PAYABLE IN g Ctf< 

Gold coins of Great-Britain and Portugal, of 
the standard prior to the year 1792 — for ev- 
ery 27 grains, X OQi 

Gold coins of France, Spain, and the domin- 
ion's of Spain, of the standard prior to the 



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year 17"92 — for every 27 and 2-5 th grains 1 ( G 
Spanish milled dollars— 17 pwt. 17 grs. 1 Q.& 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 
Crowns of France— 18 pwt. 7 grs. 1 10 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 

Provided, That no foreign coins shall be receiva- 
ble, -which are not by law a tender for the payment 
of all debts, except inconsequence of a proclamation 
of the President of the United States, authorising 
such foreign coins to be received in paymennt oi \tliu 
duties and fees aforesaid. 

Rates cf Coins for estimating' Duties. 
Pound Sterling of Great -Britain, - - Jg 4 44 
Liv re Tournois of France, - - - ^ 18 
Florin or Guilder of the United Netherlands, 40£ 
Mark Banco of Hamburgh, 3f>£ 

Rix Dollar of Denmark, - - - 1 CO 

Ryal Plate of Spain, 10 

-^— Vallon of do. - - - - - 0.5 
Milree of Portugal, - - . . - - l 24 
Pound Sterling of Ireland, • - - - 4 10 

Tale of China, 1 '48 

Pagoda of India, - • - - - 1 94 
Rupee of Bengal, - - - 53£ 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as 
may be, to the saidrates,or the intrinsic value there- 
of, compared with the money of the United States. 
Provided, That it shall be lawful tor the President of 
the United States to cause: to be established fit and 
proper regulations for estimating the duties on goeds, 
for are 6 and merchandize, imported into the United 
States, in respect to which the original cost shall be 
exhibited in a depreciated currency, issued and cir- 
culated under authority of any foreign government. 

That on all goods, wares and merchandize, im- 
ported from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the 
same, (if ad valorem articles) 20 per cent to be ad- 
ded to the actual cost-thereof, including all charges, 
(commissions, outside packages, and insurance only 



40 

accepted) add ten per cent if from any foreign port, 
before the duties are calculated. 

FEES OF OFFICE. ' 
To the Collector and J\aval Officer. 
Entry of a vessel of 100 tons or upwards g 2 50 
Ciear&nce, ditto. ditto. 2 50 

Entry of a vessel under 100 tons, 1 50 

Clearance, ditto. ditto. 1 50 

Every post entry, 2 00 

Permit to land goods, 20|( 

Every bond taken officially, 40 

permit to land goods for exportation for 

drawback, 3£> 

debenture or other official certificate, 20 

bill of health,. 20 

Official document (register excepted) required 

by any person, 20 

To the Surveyar* 

Admeasuring and certifying the same,of every 

ship or vessel of 100 tons or under, per ton, 01 
Admeasurement of every ship or vessel,above 

100 and not exceeding 200 tons, 1 50 

Above two hundred tons, 2 00i 

for all other services on board any ship or 
vessel of 100 tons or upwards, having on j/w 

board goods, wares or merchandize, subject 
to duty, 3 0q 

For like services on board any ship or vessel 

of less than 100 tons, 1 5C 

On all vessels, not having on board goods, 
wares or merchandize, subject to duty, g>l 66 2 
Allowances for Draft* lb. 

Any quantity of 100 weight or 120 lb. 1 

above 100 and under 200 2 

200 and under 300 3 

300 and under 400 4 

400 and under 1800 7 

180Q and upwards, - 9 



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41 

Tares* Ih. 

On every whole chest of Bohca Tea, 70 

half ditto, ditto. 36 

quarter do. ditto. 30 

chest of Hyson or other green tea, of 

70 lb. or upwards, 20 

box of other tea between 50 k. 701b. 18 

do. of 801b. 20 

do. from 80 upwards, 22 

The above to include ropes,canvas,oc other coverings. 

On all others boxes of Teas according to the invoice. 

or actual weight thereof. 
On Coffee in bags, 2 per cent, 

in hales, 3 

in casks, 12 

On Sugar, other than loaf sugar, in 

casks, ' 12 

in boxes, 15 

in bags or mats, 5 

On Cocoa, in casks, 10 

in bags, 1 

On Pimento, in casks, 16 

in bags, 3 

On Cheese, in hampers and baskets, 10 

in boxes, 20 

On Candles, i j boxes, 8 

On Chocolate, in boxes, - 

On Cotton, in bales, 

in screens, 6 

On Glauber Salts, in casks, 3 

On Indigo, in barrels, 12 

in other casks, 15 

in scroons, 10 

in bags or mats, 3 

On Nails, in casks, 8 

On Pepper, in casks, 12 

in bales, 5 

in bags. 2 

On Sugar Candy, in boxes, 10 

D 2 



10 
2 



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On Segars, in boxes, 18 

On Soap, in boxes, 10 

On Shot, in casks, 3 

On Twine, in casks, 12 

in bales, 3 

On all ether goods, according to the invoice thereof, 
as actual weight. 
Ailonvancefor Leakage and Breakage. 

Two per cent allowed on the guage on all merchan- 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in casks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter in bot- 
tles, and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles, 
to ke deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of 
breakage ; or it shall be lawful to compute the duties 
on the actual quantity by tale, at the option of the 
importer at the time rf entry • 

TERMS OF "CREDIT. 

When the duties on ad valorem articles are less 
than §50, it must be paid immediately ; if specifick, 
a deposit must be made to secure the sftme, which 
when ascertained, will be immediately settled. 

When the duties on goods imported (where the 
sum is payable by one person or co-partnership (shall ! 
amount to more than iifty dollars, the following credit jea 
is allowed by law, except where any bond on which 
tne person or co-partnership entering such goods, 
wares or merchandize, are either principal cr secu- 
rity, and which being due, remains undischarged. 

On all articles the produce of the West-Indies 
the one half in three months, and the other half in 
six months. 

On Madeira, and other wines, in twelve months. 

On all goods, &c. from Europe, (wines, and 
teas excepted) the one third in eight, one third in 
ten, and one third in twelve months. 

On all goods, 8cc. (wines, and teas excepted) 
from any other place than Europe and the West-In- 
dies, one half m six months, one fourth in nine 
months, and or,e fourth in twelve months. 



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On teas M from China or Europe, may be deposited 
at the option of the importer or importers (to be de- 
termined at the time of making entry therefor) either 
to secure the duties thereon, on the same terms and 
stipulations as on other goods, wares and merchan- 
dize imported, or to give his, her, or their bond to 
the collector of the district where any such teas shall 
belanded,in double the amount of the duties thereup- 
on, with condition for the payment of the said duties, 
in two years from the date of said bond : which bond 
shall be accepted by such collector without surety, 
upon the terms following: that it is to say, The teas, 
for the duties whereof such bond shall be accepted 
shall be deposited at the expence and risk of the im- 
porter or importers, in one or more store house or 
store houses, as the case may require, to be agreed 
upon, &c. The said teas to be delivered upon bond 
being given with one or moresureties,to the satisfac- 
tion of the collector, " if the same shall not exceed 
100 dollars, in four months; if above 100 dollars,and 
not exceeding 500 dollars, in eight months ; or if the 
same shall exceed 500dollars/m twelve ; so that the 
term of credit shall not extend the period beyond two 
years from the time of depositing the said teas ; any 
teas remaining after the term of two years,tobe sold 
by the collector, who shall return the surplus (after 
paving the duties) to the owner, or owners thereof." 

When the bonds given for duties shall become clue, 
and notdischarged,the collector to prosecute without 
delay ; and in case of insolvency of death, the United 
States to be the first creditor, " and if any executor, 
administrator, assignee, or any other person shall pay 
iany debt due by the person or estate, for whom or 
Ifor which they are acting,previous to the debt or debts 
[due to the United States'being fully satisfied and paid, 
Jshall become answerable in their own fierson is? estate 
for the same, or part thereof remainingunsatisfied." 
Ijwkireties on all the bonds given tor duties, shall in 
case of insolvency or death of the principal, u have 

■ 



44 

and enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference 
for the recovery and receipt of said money out of the 
estate and effects of such insolvent or deceased prin- 
cipal, as are reserved to the United States." 

When bonds are prosecuted for the recovery of du- 
ties clue to the United States, judgment to be granted 
at the return term, " unless the defendant shall in o- 
pen court, the United States Attorney being present, 
make oath or affirmation that an error has been 
committed in the liquidation of the duties demanded 
upon such boud,specifving the errors aliedged to have 
been committed, and that the same have been notified 
in writing to the collector of the said district prior to 
the commencement of the return term aforesaid." 

On all bonds upon which sui:s shall be commenced, 
an interest shall be allowed at the rate of six per cent i 
per annum, from the time when said bonds became 
due until the payment thereof. 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and 
bonds to be given for securing the duties, if the whole 
or part of the cargo is destined to different districts. 

Ports of Entry arid Delivery for Foreign Vessels. 

No vessel not wholly belonging to a citizen or citi- 
zens of the United States, is admitted to unload at 
any port or place except the fallowing : 

3$ E w-Hampsiiir e — Ports m oa th . — M ass ac h u- 
skttt — Portland and Falmouth* New-Bedford, 
Dighton, Salem and Beverly* Gloucester. Aewbury- 
fiorts Marblehead, Nantucket, Boston and Charles- 
ton* Plymouth, Bath, Frenchman's Bay, Wiscasset, 

Madras, Penobscot. Rhode-Island — Aeivfiort* 

Providence. — Con necticut — A'ew-London.A evj- 9k 
Ilavcn. — N e w -Yo r k— A eiv- Yc rk — N e w - J e r s e y , ftt 
—Perth-Amhoy* Burlington. — Pennsylvania — mt 
Philadelphia . — D E L A w A R E~ Wi Lining ton .Newcas- pc 
tle,PortPenn . — m a u ylan d — Baltimore* Annapolis* 
Vienna, Oxford, Georgetown on Potomac* Chester- 
towa Creek, Nottingham, Ninjemoy^Digge's Latad- 



45 

ing, Snowhill, Carrolsburg.— Virginia— Alexan- 
dria, Kinsale, Newport, Tappahannock, Port Royal, 
Fredericksburgh, Uibanna, Ycrktovn, West Pointy 
Hampton, Bermuda-Hundred, City Point, Rocket's 
Landing, Norfolk and Ports mouth.— -North-Caro- 
lina — Wilmington, JSTcwbern, Beaufort, Washing- 
ton, Edenton, PLnkbridge. — South Carolina — 
Charleston, Georgetown, Beaufort, — Georgia— 
Savannah, Sunbury, Brunswick, Frederica, St. Ma- 
ry's. — Louisiana — Aew-Orl<ans. 

Nor shall any vessel from the Cape of Good Hope, 
or beyond the same, be permitted to ester, except 
at the ports in the above list which are distinuguished 
by Italicks. 

Restrictions on Importations, 

No goods,wares or merchandized foreign growth, 
or manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, 
shall be brought into the United States from any for- 
eign port or place in any other manner than by iea ; 
nor in any ship or vessel of less than Thirty Tons 
bur the n,* agreeable to the made of ascertaining A- 
merican tonnage, except in certain districts on the 
Northern, Northwestern and Western boundaries of 
the United States, adjoin ii g to the dominions of G. 
Britain in Upper and Lower Canada, and the dis- 
tricts on the rivers Ohio and Missisippi. 

No beer, ale or porter, to be i«B ported in casks of 
less capacity than Forty Gallons bear measure^ or if 
in bottles, in packages loss than Six Dozen, under 
penalty of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. 

No refined lump, or loaf sugar, shall be imported 
into the United States from any foreign port or place, 
except in ships or vessels of the burthen oiOne Htm- 
tired and Twentxj tons and upwards, and in casks or 
packages, containing each not less than Six Hundred 
pounds, on pain of forfeiting the said ship or vessel, 
and the loat or lump Sugar imported therein, except 
in such casks or packages aforesaid. 
; No distilled spirits, (arrack ami sweet cordials ex» 



46 

cepted) to be imported in casks or vessels of less ca- 
pacity than JKraety Gallons nvine measure^cm pain of 
forieiture,with the ship' or vtssel, nor in casks or ves- 
sels which have been marked pursuant to any law of* 
the United States on pain of forfeiture of the said re- |J ! 
fined loaf or lump sug?.r, and distilled spirits, togeth- 
er with the ship or vessel : Provided, tnat the forfei- 
ture shall not be incurred on " any spirits imported 
or brought into the United States, in other casks orl 
vessels as aforesaid, or the ship or vessel in whtcft JjJJ 
they shall be brought, if such spirits shall be for the 
use of the seamen on board of such ship or vessel, and 
shail not exceed the quantity of four gallons for each 
seaman, iv and which shall at the time rf 'entry of the 
said vessel, be inserted in the said manifest as the 
sea storts of "such thifi or vessel. 

INFORMATION GENERALLY. 

The want of certificates of distilled spirits, wines, 
or teas, subjects such articles to seizure, and fifty dol- 
lars fine, if such certificates are not delivered to the 
purchaser : ftn*l if any cask, chest, vessel or case, 
containing such articles, shall be found in the posse* - 
sion of any person, without being marked, and not %} 
being accompanied with a certificate, the same is 
liable to seizure. 

On the sale of any casks, Sec which have been 
marked, the marks to be defaced in presence of some 
officer or inspection or custom ; and the certificate of 
the same to be delivered up, under penalty of one 
hundred dollars, with costs of suit. 

Goods from foreign ports not to t)e unladen but 
between sunrise and sunset, without special licence, 
under a penalty of four hundred dollars on the master 
and every other person concerned, disability from: 
holding any office under the government of the Uni-.| 
ted States "for seven years, and being advertised inl 
the newspapers, with forfeiture of the goods, and ifl 
above four hundred dollars, value of the vessel and 
apparel. 



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Goods removed before guaged and weighed, and 
f wines, spirits, or teas, before being marked, with- 
)ut permission, are forfeited, , 

Persons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
mndred to two thousand dollars. Inspectors and of- 
icers of revenue cutters may go on board, examine 
ind search vessels, have free access to the cabin, and 
ealed packages,and after sun-sef secure the hatches, 
kc. — Persons in charge of vessels, for breaking fas- 
enings, but in presence of an officer, forfeit two nun- 
Ired dollars. 

Officers may seize within or without their district 
—per-/ -ns resisting or impeding them forfeit four 
mndred dollars. 

The master or commander of any vessel that shall 
•bstruct or hinder (or be the cause thereof) any of- 
icer of the revenue, in going on board his ship or 
essel, for the purpose of carrying into efFect any of 
he revenue laws of the United Strtes, forfeits from 
iftv to five hundred dollars. 

Register act. Every owner of a vessel, residing 
within the limits of the United States, to swear to the 
egister within ninety days after its being granted, 
r it becomes void, and the Vessel and cargo pay* 
3reign tonnage and duty. 

Officers of the Revenue Department. 

For the District of Massachusetts. 
ienjamin Lincoln, . Collector of the port of Boston 
ienjamin Weld, Deputy Collector. 
ames Lovell, Naval Officer, 
fhomas Melville, Surveyor, 
iaiafo Weston, Collector, New-Bedford* 



District of Rhode. Island and Providence* 
Jj^or^, .William Ellerv, collector. 

Walter Nichols, naval officer* 



48 

Daniel Lyman, surveyor* 
Providence, Jeremiah Oiney, co lector. 

William Barton, surveyor. 

Ebenezer Thompson, naval officer. 
Patvcaiuck, George Stillman, surveyor. 



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Aew-London, 



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stri ct of C o x n e c t i cu t . 

Jedi^iah Huntington, collector* 

Isathaniel Richards, surveyor. 

Jonathan Trott, 

Ebenezer Goddard, 

Samuel Wliittemore, V> Inspectors 

Henry Jepson, 

Isaac V. FL Crannel 

Nath'l Saltonstall, 

Ezra Chappeil, 

measurers and guagers. 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. surveyor. 
Alexander Wolcott, collector. 
Lamberton Cooper, surveyor. 

** obe . rt War «* \ Inspectors. 
Azanah Whitlesey,3 

Js>eiv-Haven, Abraham Bishop, collector. 

William Munson, surveyor. 

Samuel Smedley, collector. 

George Wolcott, surv-ej or. 

Solomon Porter, surveyor. 



Bt oning tori) 
Mfddtetoron, 



Fairfield^ 
Sayorooky 
Hartford, 



District of New-York. 
J\ r eiv-York, David Gelston, collecter. 

Peter A . Schenck, Surveyor. 

Samuel Osgood, naval officer. 
Sag-Harbour, Henry P; Dering Collector 



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POST-OFFICE ESTABLISHMENT. 

BATES OF POSTAGE. 

For letters carried by land, single, double, and triple. 

Any distance not exceeding 40 miles, 8 cents. 
0VGr 40 90 3 

90 150 12£ 

350 300 17 

, 300 500 20 

500 - - - - # - 25 

Double letters are double, and triple letters triple 

of these rates. A packet of the "weight of one eunce, 
the rate of four single letters, and in like proportion 
for one of a greater weight. • ■ 

No allowance to be made for intermediate ifcilqs. 

Single letters, carried by sea, in packet boats, the 
property of the United States, 8 cents ; double let- 
ters, 16 cents ; and triple letters, 24 cents. All let- 
ters or packets by private vessels, 6 cents each, with 
the addition of postage, if destined to any other place 
than where the vessel may arrive. 

No vessel can be permitted to report, make entry, 
or break bulk, until the master lias delivered to tile 
post-master all the letters brought in his vessel, ex- 
cept those for the owner or consignee. 

Postage q?i Newspafwrs. 

Each p^per not carried over 100 miles, one cent — 
and over 100 miles, one and an half cents. But, if 
carried to any post-office in the State in which it is 
printed, whatever be the distance, the postage is on- 
ly ore cent. 

Maeazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet. 
Any distance not exceeding £0 miles, 1 cent. Over 
50, and not exceeding 100 miles, lh cents* Any 
greater distance, 2 cents. 

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List of Post-Masters in the Cities and firinci/iai 

Towns in the United States. 

District of Maine. 

Portland ^ Joshua Wingate, jun. 

State of .A civ -Hampshire* 



Portsmouth 

Boston 
Sale??i 
Newbury port 

Newport 
Providence 

J-Iart.fr !-d 

New-Haven 

New-London 

N or walk 

Guilford 

Saybrook 

Norwich 

Durham 
Stratford 
Derby 
Waitegrorcf 

East-Haddam 
Bridgeport 
"Windham 
Stonington 
Plainfield 
Colchester 
Sumeki 
Middlctown 
Pom fret 
Lvme 

WethersfieM 
rip. Rocky Hill 
Killingwofth 



Mark Simcs 
Massachusetts. 

Jonathan Hastings 
John Dabney 
Stephen Cross 
Rhode-Island. 

J. Richardson 
Benjamin West 
Connecticut. 

John Dodd 
Jesse At water 
Richard Dsu glass 2d 
Wdliam Lockwood 
S. Store. jun, 
Humphrey Pratt 
£ Gardiner Carpenter 
t Jacob De Witt 
James Robinson 
David Brooks 
S. J. Andrews 
James Carrington 
James Green 
Charles Bostwick 
Charles Taintor 
Samuel Trumbull 
Ebenezcr Eaton 
Samuel A. Peters 
Willinm Gay 
Thaddeus Nichols 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Marshfield Parsons 
Joshua Belden 
J. Robbins 
Samuel Crane 



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Fairfield 


D. Judson 


Danbury 


Zaimon Wildman 


Stamford 


Abraham Davenport 


Canaan 


O. Burnll 


Litchfield 


Moses Seymour 


Farmmgton 


Samuel Richards 


Milford 


William Durard 


New -Hartford 


Thaddeus Cowles 


Chatham 


John H. Peters 


Windsor 


Nathaniel Howard 


Hebron 


Simon House 


Jewett's City (Pi- 


eston) John Johnson 


Lebanon 


Samuel Bailey 


Canterbury 


Gad Bulkelev 


Berlin 


Samuel Porter 2d 


Pettypague (Sayb 


rook) Danforth Clarke 


Sharon 


George King 


Bristol 


Josiah Fenney 


Symsbury 


Jonathan Pettibone 


Stafford 


Calvin Willey 


Brooklyn 


George Abbe 


Ash ford 


David Bolles, jun. 


Tolland 


Benoni Shepard 


Cheshire 


A. Hitchcock, jun» 


Thompson 


Daniel Knight 


Glastonbury 


J. Welles 


Marlborough 


Enos H. BueH 


Salisbury 


Peter Farnham 




A ew- York. 


New -York 


Theodorus Bailey 


Albany 


George W. Maacius. 




Mtv '-Jersey* 


Trenton 


Peter Gordon 




Perinsylvania. 


Philadelphia 


' Robert Pattpn 


Lancaster 


G. Moore 




Delaware. 


Wilmington 


J. Bringhurstj jun. 


Dover 


James Scket? 



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Maryland, 
Baltimore Alexander Furnival 

Annapolis Samuel Green 

Virginia* 
Norfolk Edward Archer 

Richmond John Guerrant 

Petersburg Joseph Jones 

J\ or I h~ Carolina. 
Fayetteville Duncan M'Rea 

Salem N. Shober 

South- Ca rolina. 
Charleston Thomas W. Bacot 

Gorgia. 
St. Mary's Robert Mac Farlane 

Vermont* 
Windsor Thomas Leverett 

Ohio. 
Marietta J. Munro 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 

<s> 

Asher Miller, esq. Middle-town, Surveyor-GeneraL 

CGUJ\TY surveyors. 

COUNTY OF- HARTFORD. 

William Olmstead, of East-Hartford* 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

Nathan Redfield, of Guilford, 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

Moses Warren, of Lyme. 

CCUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Joseph Moss White, of Danbury. 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

Eiizur Wright, of Canaan. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

George Giliet, of Hebron. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

Lemuel Ingals, of Pomfret. 



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Connecticut fiicgi£tcr. 

FOU THE YEAR 1800. 



Executive and Legislative Departments. 

HIS EXCELLENCY. 

JONATHAN TRUMBULL, ESQ. 

Governour. 

^ THE HONOURABLE 

JOHN TREADWELL, ESQ. 

Lieutenant Governour 



Hon. 



Willi am H ilihouse, 
John Chester, 
Ro^er Newbury, 
Ashcv Miller, 
Aaron Austin, 
Jonathan Brace, 



ASSISTANTS. 



Hon. Eiiz'-ir GdrcUicli, 
M a 1 1 h e v/ G i i s w c U ! , 
Stephen T.Hosmer, 
Henry Champion, 
Calvin Geddard, 
Isaac Beers, esq'rs. 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Samuel Wyllys, esq. Secretary. 

Eliska Colt, esq. Comptroller of Public Accounts. 



roll of the 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

For May and October Sessions — 1808* 

John C. Smith, esq. Speaker. 
Lyman Law, and Nathan Smith, esq'rs. Clerks. 
r 1 ARTFORD, Enoch Perkins, Ebenezer Faxon 
£Jl1 Berlin, Samuel Porter, 2d, Elijah Francis 
Bristol, Ira Hooker 
JJurlu:giQ?i, Theodore Pettibone 
Ccmio:i, Rivcrius Eichvell 

Wfast- Hartford, Shubael Griswokl, Samuel Pitkin 
mast' Whu'ccv, Noah Allen, Aaron Bisseil 
m&ficld) Eliphatet Tcrrv. John Taylor 
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54 

fanmngtoni John Mix, Ezekiel Cowles" 
GUisttnbury, Samuel Wells, Roswell Hollister 
i-jranby, Sadoce Wilcox, Appleton Ilobbins 
Haril&hd, Daniel Bcman, r l imothy Ensign 
Marlborough, Israel Foote 

, Samuel Hart 
iheldon 
Phelps 

Wethersficld, Ezekiel P. Belden, Joshua Bulkeley 
J Vindsov, David Gibbs, Oliver Thrall 
Key/ -Haven, Nathan Smith, Taddeus Beecher 
Branford, Timothy Hoadly, James Barker 
Cheshire, William Law, Andrew Hull, jun. 
Derby, Josiih Dudley 
lias i- Haven, Enos Hemmingway 
Cuilford, August Collins, Nathaniel GrifFing 
Hainden, Amasa Bradley 
idtriden, Amos W r hite 
Middle bum, Isaac Bronson 

Jiifjrd, Abraham V, H. De Witt, Benjamin Bull 
JV a rl h - Haven , Lv m an Todd 
Oxford, Abel Wheeler 
Soul/.bury, Truman Hinman 
'ft 'ailing 'ford, Samuel Cooke, Ambrose Cooke 
Water bury % Thomas M. Culver, Nimrod.Iiull 
IVoodbridgc, John Dibble, David Thomas 
)Volcolt, Isaac Bronson 
New-Lokdon, Lyman Law, George Colfax 
■J\ orwich, Simeon Thomas, Peter Lanman 
Bpzrah, Asa Fitch 

Colchester^ Roger Bulkeley, John R. Watrou* 
Franklin, 'Eleazer Tracy 
Cretan, Starr Chester, Thomas B. Gray 
JJsboiu Levi Perkins 
Lyme, Richard McCurdv, Calvin Selden 
Monlville, William W. Haughton 
A : orth-Stoningion, Elias Hewitt 
.Preston, James Treat, Benjamin Coit 
&wngtQii) CoddingtoB Billings, Amos Gallup 



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Waterford, Griswold Avery, jun, 

Fairfield, Samuel Howland, Aaron Sherwood 

JJanbury* Ebenezer Nichols, Epaphras VV. Butt 

Brookfield, Isaac Hawlcy 

Greenwich, Charles Smith, David Brush 

Huntington, D&vid Hawley, Abiel Hawley 

.A cw-Canaan, Joseph Silliman 

New -Fairfield, Joseph Bearse, jun. 

Aevvtown^ David Baldwin, Asa Chapman 

Aorivalk, Moses Gregory, John Taylor 

Heading, Andrew Hill, Lemuel Stanford 

Ridge field, John Jones, Jesse S. Bradley 

Stamford, Wm. Waterbury, 4th, I. Lock wood, jun. 

Stratford, Samuel W. Johnson, Jabez H. Tomlinson 

Sherman^ ■ Seel ye 

Trumbull, Ebenezer Wheeler 

JVc&ton, Joseph Bennet, Andrew Lyon 

Jl'ilton, Samuel Comstock 

VViicdham, Hezekiah Ripley, Elisha White 

jishford, Cyrus Dow, Edward Keyes 

Brooklyn^ Daniel Putnam 

Canterbury, Luther Payne, Isaac Backus 

Columbia, Asel Clark, jun. 

Hampton, William Bennett 

Killingly, Sampson Howe, Samuel Sprague 

Lebanon, Jacob Loomis, William Williams, jun. 

Mansfield, John Salter, Frederick Freeman 

JtHainfieUU John Gallup, Sessions Lester 

Porn fret, John H. Pay son, Lemuel Ingalls 

Sterling, Samuel Dorrance 

Thompson, Thaddeus Learned, Jona. Nichols, jun. 

Vohmtotvn, Daniel Keigv, m 

Woodstock, Christopher Bentley, Ebenezer Skinner 

Litchfield, Aaron Bradley, Aaron Smith 

Barkhc?np&tead, Pelatiah Allen, Israel Jones 

Bethlehem, Nehemiah Lambert 

Canaan, John Adam, Azariah Smith 

Colebrook, Enos North, Asaph Pinney 



Cornwall, Oliver Burnbajei; John Calhoun 



tli, Asa pi 
nbafci; Jc 



Goshen, A&ino Hale, Birdsey Norton 
Harwinton, James Brace, Benjamin Griswold 
Kent, MaUhew Elliott 

Aew- Hartford^ Jonathan Marsh, Asa Cowles 
Aew-Miljbrd, EHsha Bost-wiok, Beebe Hine 
A orfolk, ; Nathaniel Stevens, Benjamin Welch 
Ply mouthy Lake Potter 
Boxbury, Elihu Canfiokl 
Salisbury, Elisha Sterling, Lot Norton, jun. 
Sharon, John C. Smith, Judson Canfield 
Torrington, Elisha Smith, William Battle 
Warren, Nathaniel SVrit 

Washingim, Daniel N. Brinsmade, Elijah Hazen 
IVatertoum, Samuel W. Soulhmayd 
Winchester, Eliphaz Alvord, Joseph Holmes 
IPoodburu, Jofin Strong, Matthew Miner 
Middletown, Elijah Hubbard, John Pratt 
Chatham* Isaac Coiikliog, Jonathan Bowers 
Durham, Dan Parmele, Charles Coe 
East-Haddam, EHphalet Holmes, josiah QrijfSftg 
liaddanu Jonathan Huntington, Elias Seidell 
KiitjtngnvortA, Georee FAiiott, David Kellsey 
Saybrook, Richard Ely, Joseph Hill 
Tolland' Jeduihan Cobb, Ashbell Chapman 
Bolton, Said Alvord, Oliver King 
Coventry^ Jesse Root, Eleazer Pomcroy 
£Hu?gl6n% Wyllys Russell 
Hebron, Svlvestev Gilbert, David Norton , 
Sorters'! Luke Hall, Samuel Remolds 
Stajford, Alden Blodget, Jesse Fqote 
Uni$n, Samuel Crawford, Robert Pearl 
IViUingion] Ames James^lij&H Hanks 



OCTOEKR SES.SIGW. 

Hon. John C. Smith, speaker. 
Lyman. Law, and Samuel Rowland, esq'rs. .Clerks 

Hartford, Ephraim Root, Amasa Keves 
7?f'-/??7, Samiul Hart, jun. Elijah Franca ' 
Bristol) IraHoofccr 



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Burlington, Chauncey Brooks 

Canton, James Humphrey 

East Hartford, Shubael Griswold, Saml. Pitkin 

East Windsor, Charles Jenks, Roswell Grant 

Flnfeld, Eliphalet Terry, John Taylov 

Farming ton, John Mix, Ezekiel Cowles 

G las ten bury, Roswell Holhstcr, James M'Lean 

Granby, Pliny Hillyer, rlezekkih Holcomb 

Hart land, Daniel Beeman, Childs Taylor 

Marlborough, Joel Foot, 

Southington, Roger Whittlesey, Samuel Hart 

Suffield, Luther Lomis, Martin Sheldon 

Simsbury, Samuel Barnard, Noah A. Phelps 

Wether field, Ezckicl P. Belden, Joseph Buckley 

Windsor, Oliver Thrall, Etiakim Mars' 

New-Haven, Nathan Smith, Thaddf. >s j'eecher 

Branford, Timothy Hoadley, James ^Barker 

Cheshire, William Law, Andrew Hull, juiu 

Derby, Josiah Dudley 

East-Haven, Enos Hemingway 

Guilford, Augustus Collins, Joseph Elliot 

Hamden, Amasa Bradley 

Meriden, Nathaniel Yale 

Middlebury, Aaron Benedict 

Milford, Abraham V. PI. De Witt, Elias Clark 

Worth-Have?!, Lyman Todd 

Oxford, Abel Wheeler 

Southbury, Justus Johqson 

Wallingford, Samuel Cook, Joshua Atwater 

Waterbury, Giles Brackett, Andrew Adams 

Woodbridge, John Dibble, David Thomas 

Wolcott, Nathaniel Lewis 

New-London, Lyman Law, Isaac Thompson 

Aorwich Simeon Thomas, Peter Lanman 

Bozrah, Asa Fitch 

Colchester, Joel Worthington, John Isham 

Franklin, Eleazer Tracy. 

Groton, Roswell Fitch, Paul F. Niles 

Lisbon, Levi Perkins 



5S 

X|/W(f,Wm. Noyes, I). M. Jewctt 

Montville, Win! W. Haughton 

A or th» Stoning ton, Thomas Wheeler, 2d 

Preston, Isaac Avery, Elijah Lester 

Sto?iington, Coddington Billings, Amos Gallup 

Waterford, Isaac Frink. 

Fairfield, Samuel Rowland, Ebenezer Banks 

Danbury, Eliakim Benedict, Moses White 

Brookfield, Liverius Hawley 

Greenwich, Jabez Fitch, David Brush 

Huntington, Abe! French, John Curtis 

New Canaan, Joseph Silliman 

J\ew Fairfield, Eliakim Nash 

Newtown, John Sanford, Simeon Beers 

Norwalk, Jabez Gregory, John Taylor 

Redding, Lemuel Sanford, Simeon Munger 

llidgfidd, Jacob Dauchy, Timothy Keeler 2d, 

Stamford, Isaac Lockwood 2d, James Stevens 

Stratford, Samuel W. Johnson, Jabez H. Tomlinsoa 

Sherman^ (no choice) 

Trumbull, James JBeardslce 

Weston, Nathan Wheeler, Steven Wheeler 

Wilton, David Belden" 

Windham, Hezekiah Ripley, Elisha Abby 

Ashford, Cyrus Dow, Abel Simmons 

Brooklyn, Darnel Finnan 
Canterbury, Luther Pah*e, Asa Butts 

Columbia, Isaac Ticknor, 

Hampton, Ebenezer Griffin 

Killingly, Hobart Terry, Samuel Sprague 

Lebanon , Wm. T. Williams, Stephen Mecch 

Mansfield, Skiff Freeman, Roger Waldo 

Plain field, Sesions Lester, Aaron Crary 

Pomfret, John H. Payson, Retibin Spalding 

Sterling, David Gallup 

7%o;/z/M'o/2,Thaddeus Learned Jonathan NichckjV 

Voluntown, Samuel Rabbins 

Woodstock, Christopher Bcntley, Jchn M'LcUan 



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LiTCHriELD, Aaron Smith, Nathaniel Goodwin 
Barkhemfatead, Pelatiah Allen, Israel Jones 
Bet h leh ejn , D a v i d Bel 1 a m y 
Canaan, Mariner Hood, John Webb 
Colebrook, Nathan Bass; Martin Rockwell 
Cornwall, Benjamin Gould, Oliver Burniiatli 
Gost'icu, Birdsey Norton, Adino Hale 
Jffarwinon, Jarbcs Brace. Benjamin Griswold 
Kent, Matthew Elliott 

Jxcvj- Hartford, Jonathan Marsh j Asa Cowles 
jK'evj-Milford, Beebe Kene, lliverius Carap 
Worfolk*, Ailgustii^ Pettibone, Benjamin Welch 
Phrnouth, Lake Potter 
lloxbtmj, Deliverance L. Painter 
fifclttifittZTfi Lot Norton, jun. Peter Farnnm 
Sharon, John C. Smith, juclson Canfield 
lorrington, Elisha Smith, William Batted 
Washington, Dan'l N.Briusmade,Wm. Coggswell 
Warren, Ebenezer Tanner 
Watertown, Samuel W- Scuthvnayd 
Winchester, Elisha Alvard, Joseph Holmes 
Woodbury, John Strong, Noah B. Benedict 
Middle town., Lemuel Storrs, .Tnzel Stocking 
Chatham, Abel Pen field, Jesse Herd 
Durham, Job Merwin, Charles Coe 
li an i -llad 'dam, Eliphalet Holmes, Josiah Griffiag 
Haddam* Jonathan Huntington, Elias Selden 
Killing-vorth, George Elliott, jun. Dan Lane 
Say brook, Joseph Hill, Ambrose Whittlesey 
Tolland, Ashbel Chapman, Jeduthan Cobb 
Bolton, Oliver King;, Saul Alvard 
Coventry, Je*se Root, Eleazer Pomeroy 
mtingtonjWyllys Russell 
Hebron, Sylvester Gilbert, Elijah Graves 
Somers, Luke Hall, Calvin Pitkin 
Stafford, Alden Blod^et, Jesse Foot 
Union, Samuel Crawford, Robert Paul 
Wellingtons Amos James, Ku&is FisK 



60 
NOMIMJTIOJY FOR 4S3IS.4JVTS—1 S09. 



Wm. Hillhouse, 
John Chester, 
Roger Newbury ■, 
Asher Miller, ' 
A^ron Ausdn, 
J&Rji. Brace, 
Eliz. Goodrich, 
Mat. Griswold, 
S. T. Hosmer, 
Henry Champion, 



votes. 

11304 
1204! 
11856 

12566 
12197 
126S2 
12712 
12723 
12579 
12376 



Calvin Goddard, 
Judson Canfield, 
David Dagget, 
John C. Smith, 
Jabez Clark, 
Joseph Walker, 
Jonathan Barns, 
Theod. Dwigkt, 
r r:d. Wolcot, 
R» M. Sherman, 



votes. 
12737 
12526 
12564 I 
12576 
11955 
11811 
11632a 
11989| 
1153 
114-601 



The following gentlemen received the number 
of votes affixed to their respective names. 



Tho*. Seymour, 
Lnther Loomis, 
Eli Todd, 
Rufus Hitchcock, 
A. Hull, jun. 
Moses Warren, 
Kicoll Fosdick, 
Simeon Thomas, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Walter Bradley, 



6386 
6602 
6423 
7042 
7048 
7112 
7031 
6911 
7235 
7176 



Joshua King, 
lib. Devotion, 
Jabez H.Tomlinson, 
Daniel Tilden, 
Moses Seymour, 
John Welch, 
Isaac Spencer, 2d. 
Hez. Goodrich, 
John TV Peters, 
Elijah House. 



713C 
712S 
685< 
6851 
698: 
67 V 

eem 

692 
&TM 
671 



Judicial and Civil Department. 
JUDGES OF THM SUPERIOUR COURT. 



w 



Hon. Stephen M. Mitchell, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon* Tapping Heeve, esq. | Hon. Nath'l Smith, e 
Kon. Zeph. Swift, esq. 
Hon. John Triirjjbtlilt, esq. 
Hon, Wm, Fdmond, esq. 



\ 



Hon. J. G. Brainard,esq 
Hon. Sim. Baldwin, esq 
lion. K. Gris weld, esq.) 



61 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

COUJS,TY COURT. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. John Chester esq. I Eliphalet Terry, esq. 

PJiny Hillyer, Esq. | John Mix, esq. 

Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 

Clerk of the Superiour Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Hartford 

Thomas Seymour 

Samuel Wyltys 

William Moseley 

Chauncey Goodrich 

Enoch Perkins 

Ephraim Root 

Andrew Kingsbury 

Nathan Perkins, jun. 

Amasa Keyes 

John Caldwell 

Thomas Chester 

Theodore Dwight 

Jonathan W. Edwards 

Elisha Colt 

John Morgan 

William Bradley 

Henry Terry 

jbhabod L. Skinner 

DanTVy T ads\7orth 5 esq'rs. 
Berlin 

Gad Stanley 

Ximes North 

Amos Hosford 

Elijah Hooke 

Daniel Dunbar 

Roger Norton 

David Webster 
i\ jEzra Scovil, esquires 
h 



THE PEACE. 

Bristol 
Enos Ives 
Bryan Hooker, esquires 

Burlington 
Abraham Pettibone 
Simeon Hart 
Bliss Hart, esquires 

Canton 
Ezra Adams 
George Humphrey 
Riterius Bidwell, esc; ? i^, 

Enfield 
John Reynolds 
John Taylor, esquires 

East- Hartford 
Jonathan Weils 
Elisha Pitkin 
Samuel Flagg 
George Griswold 
Benjamin Phelps 
Shubael Griswoid 
George Pitkin, esquires 

East- Windsor 
Roswell Grant 
Caleb Booth 
Daniel Rockwell 
Charles Jenks, esquires 

Farmington 
Ichabod Norton 
Noadiah llookc? 



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John j^Ihc 
_ Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Roger Hooker 
Ezekiel Coles 
Samuel Coles, esquires 

Glastenbury 
Elisha Kale 
Zeph. H. Smith, esquires 

Granby 
Ozias Pettiborie 
Judah Holcomb, jun. 
Andrew Hiilyer 
Hezekiah Hblcomb 
Caleb Merriman 
Joseph Cornish 
Nathaniel Pratt, esquires 

Hart land 
Uriel Holmes 
Jo tin Treat 
Cephas Selden 
Irael Williams, 'esquires 

Marlborough 
Joel Foot 
Israel Foot, esquires 

Southirigton 
Timothy Clark 
Roger Whittlesey 
Samuel Woodruff, jun. 



Samuel Hart, esquires 

Suffleld 
Thaddeus Leave tt 
Asahel Hathaway 
Joseph Austin 
John W. Hanchett 
William Gay, esquires 

Symsbury 
Dudley rettibone 
Solomon Everist 
Calvin Barber 
John Bester 
C. Humphrey, esquires 

WethersfleLd 
Samuel W. Williams 
Joseph Bulkeley 
John Williams 
Ezekiel P. Be) den 
Hez. Belden, esquires 

Windsor 
Oliver Mather 
Abiel Oris wold 
Josiah Bissel 
Isaac Owen, jun* 
Klihu Mills 
Simeon Griswold 
Edward Selden 
John Sergeant, esquires 



Hon. Chauncey Goodrich, esq. State Attorney. 



PRACTISING 

Hartford 
Chauaccy Goodrich 
William Moseley 
Jonathan Brace 
Ephraim Root 
Enoch Perkins 
Theodore P wight 
Datid Bissel, jun. 



ATTORNIES. 

Jonathan W. Edwards 
Thomas S. Williams 
Walter Mitchell 
Thomas Day 
Thomas Huntington, jum 
Isaac Perkins 
Elisha Phelps 
Aaron M. Church 






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Joseph Trumbull 
John Wales 
Stedman Adams 
Scth Terry 
Solomon Smith 
Hezekiah Flagg 
Nathan Johnson 
Henry Terry 
Ichabod L. Skinner 
William Bradley 
Jonathan Law, esquires 

Berlin 
Daniel Dunbar, esq. 

Bristol 
Lauren Barnes, esq. 

Canton 
Sherman Everest, esq. 
East -Hartford 
Pliny W right, e^q. 

J?] as {-Windsor* 
Samuel P. W r aldo, esq. 

Enfield 
W r illiam Dixon, esquire 

Farmington 
Timothy Pitkin, jan. 



Samuel Cowled- 
Lemuel Whitman, esq'rs 

Glastenbury 
Zeplvaniah II. Smith 
Samuel Jones, jun.esq'r^. 

Granby 
Thomas Holcomb 
And'w D. Hillyer,esq'rs. 

Symsbury 
William Wjlliston 
Sereno Pettibone, esq'rs. 

Southington 
Samuel Woodruff 
koeer Whittlesey ,esq'rs. 

Sumdd 
Hezekiah Huntington 
William Gay 
Seth Parsons, 
Godf 'y Sea rborough ,es^s 

Wetherffield 
John Williams, esq. 

Windsor 
John Sargeant 
Grove Gj is wold 
Joseph H, Russell, esq'wu 



Stephen Chester, esq. Wcthey\field, Sheriff 
Drfiuiy-Sherffi.~-Tiiu'.i L. Bissel, Horace Wads* 
worth, Mar [ford. Nathan Merrow, East-Hartford* 
Daniel Abby, jun. Enfield. Ezekiei Cowles, jun. 
Farming; on. Joshua R. Jewett, Gra?iby. Oliver 
Harxhctt, Sufileld. John B. Ripley, Wether fidd* 
EJlhu Drake j Jonathan Palmer, jun. Windsor* 
Har fiord, Jaior. 

COUNTY OF NEW -HAVEN. 
COUATY COURT. 

Hon* Eilzur Goodrich, esq. Chief Judge. 
~vdeoa li. ickingham,esq. J Dyer White, esq'. 
Fehri Kingsbury, esq, j Nx-:;h VYgfi&Uif] e£$. 



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Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 

John H. Lynde, esq. Clerk. 

Dyer White, esq, Clerk of Superiour Court. 



JUSTICES GF 

J\ ew-Haven 
Henry Daggett 
Joseph Darling 
Thomas Fainter 
Elisha Muirson 
William Hillhcmse, jun. 
Kneas Munson, jun. 
Charles Denison 
John Barker 
Stephen Twining, tsq'rs 

Bradford 
Edward Russell 
Orchard Gould 
Benjamin Page 
James Barker 
Solomon Lindsley? 
Jonathan Merrick 
Josiah F.Linsley>esquire§ 

Cheshire 
Bur rage Beach 
Asahel Chittenden 
Amos Baldwin 
David Badger 
Thomas T. Cornwall 
Amasa Lewis, esquires 

Derby 
John Humphreys 
Levi Tomlinson 
3 02 i ah Dudley 
Amasa Porter 
*Philo Bassett, esquires 

Mast- Haven 
5osiah Bradley 
Eros Ile&i niingway 



THE PEACE. 

Stephen Woodward, esq's 

Hamden 
John Hubbard 
Eli Whitney 
Aaron Bradley 
Elam Ives, esquires 

Guilford 
Augustus Collins 
Miles Munger 
Jonathan Todd 
Henry Hill 
Nathan Chidsey 
Daniel Hand jun . 
Nathaniel Griffing 
Abraham Chittenden, j/r 
Samuel Robinson 
Samuel Fowler, esquires 

Milford 
William Atwater 
Abraham V.H.De Witt 
Elias Clark 
Benjamin Bull, esquires 

Meriden 
Zenas Mitchell 
Asaph Merriman, esq'rs 

Middlebnry 
David Thompson 
Eli Br on son, esquires 

A or th- Haven 
Joshua Barnes 
Peter Eastman 
Isaac C. Stiles, esquires 

Oxford 
John R>ggs 



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David Tomlinson 
Abel Wheeler, esquires 

Sduitbury 
Justus Johnson 
Benjamin Stiles 
Shadrach Osborne 
Simeon H in man 
Titus Pierce, esquires 

Wallingford 
Oliver Stanley 
John M l Cleave 
Samuel Hall 2d 
Ephraim Cook 
Aaron Hall . 
Geo. W. Stanley, escj'rs 

Water bury 
John Wei ton 

Jonathan InjreisolL 



John Lewis, jun. 
Frederi c k I lotchkiss 
Elihtl Spencer 
Freeman Porter 
Bemiet Broh^on, esqtiifcs 

J feed bridge 
David French 
Thomas Darling 
Samuel Osborne 
Elihu, Sar.ford, jun. 
John Thomas 
David Thoma-., esquires 

IVolcott 
Mark Morrison 
Charles Upson 
Isaac Bronson, esquires 

esq* State Aitorvicv* 



PRACTISING 

jYcio- Haven 
Jonathan Ingersoli 
William Hillhouse, jun. 
David Daggett 
James Hillhouse 
Nathan Smith 
j Isaac Mills 
Levi Ives, jun. 
Isaac ivl. Wales 
Elihu Munson 
Stephen Twining 
Seth P. Staples 
John H. Lvnde 
William Bristcl 
Jesse At water 
Henry W. Edwafds 
Charies Denison 
Be Lau De Forest 
Asaph Danbav 



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A'TTORNIKS. 

Jonathan E. Porter 
Eleazei* Foster 
Jeremiah Everts 
Jonathan Atwater, esc^rs 

Cheshire 
Burgage Peach, esq; 
Derby , John Humph: ey 
Josiali Dudley, esnuires 

-Miifl'rd 
Abraham V. II. Dc Witr. 
David B. InggEsoll, esq's 

S^ufdibury 
Benjamin Stiles 
Simeon Hi nman, esquires 

Watting ford 
George W. Stanley, esq. 

Water bury 
Cyrus Clark 
Bennct BronsoRj esquires 



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'Nathaniel Rossiter, esq. Sheriff. 
Defiuty- Sheriffs. — Josiah B. Morse, George Mun I 
son, New-Haven. WhitingStanley, Ches*:re. Fran« 
cis French, Derby. Ambrose Rice, WallingfcrdX 
Medad Hotchkiss, Woodbridge. Joseph Burton! 
Waterbury. 

John Clarke, New-Haven, Jailor. 

county op new-london. 
county court: 

Elias Perkins, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Matthew Griswold, | Nathaniel Shipman, 
Hon. Henry Champion, j George Colfax," esquires I 

Matthew Griswold, esq- Treasurer 

Wiiithrop Saitonstall, esq> Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superiour Court. 



JUSTICES OJ 

Aeiv-London 
Jonathan Starr r 
Guy Richards 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurlcy 
William P. Cleaveland 
William Williams, esq's 

Norwich 
Christopher Leflingwell 
Eifeha Hyde 
Andrew 'Huntington 
Asa SpaMing 
An dre xv Perk in 
Thomas Fanning 
James Lanman 
James Backus 
Eras' us Hnntin&ton 
Jabez Huntington, esq'rs 

Rozrah 
Asa W 00 ^ worth 
Asa Fitch, esquires 



THE PEACE. 

Colchester 
Joseph Isham 
John Isham 2d 
John R. Watrous 
Joel Worthir.gton 
Roger Bulkeley 
Asa Bigelow, esquires 

Franklin 
Eli Hyde 
Silas Hartshorne 
Eleazer Tracy, esquires: 

Grot on 
Ebenezer Ledyard 
Amos Geer 
Starr Chester 
Ebenezer Avery 2d 
Isaac Avery 
John Daholl 
Christopher Morgan 
Ralph riurltmt, esquires 






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Li fib on 
Levi Perkins 
Joshua Perkins 
Eiisha Morgan 
Jacob Loom is, esquires 

. Lyme 
Andrew "Oris wold 
Seth Elyjun. 
David F. Sill 
Moses Warren, jun. 
Calvin Selden 
David M. Jewett 
Selden Warner 
Samuel Mather, jun. 
Richard M'Curdy 
William Noyes, esquires 

Montville 
Daniel F. Raymond 
jJames Fitch 
Jnred Com stock 
David Turner, esquires 

A orth-Stonmgion 
Joshua Babcock 
Stenhen Avery, 2d 
Stephen Hall 

Asa Spalding, esq 



Thomas Prentice 
Elias Hewitt, esquifes 

Preston 
Benjamin Coit 
Samuel Mott 
Jeremiah Halsey 
Daniel Morgan, jun, 
Isaac Avery 
Alexander Stewart 
Charles Fanning 
Solomon Giddins 
Jonah Witter 
Moses Lester 
John Tyler, enquires 

otonhigton 
Nathaniel Miner 
Elijah Palmer 
Coddington Billings 
Edward Smith 
Isaac Williams 2d 
William Randall, esq'rs 

Wat erf or d 
GriswQld Avery 
George Williams 
Pardon T. Taber, esq'rs 
State Attorney* 



ATTORNIES. 

Luther Spalding 
William S. Hart 
James Lanman 
Charles Lathrop 
John Hyde 
Joseph Williams 
Ulysses Selden 
James Stedman 
George Perkins 
George D. Hill } esquires 



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Colchester 
Benjamin Trumbull 
Somuel A. Peters, es;j'rs 

jjyint 
Richard M* Curdy 
David M. Jewett, eso/te 



Preston 
Jeremiah Halsey, esq. 

Stoning ton 
Nathaniel Miner 
Coddingtou Billings 
George Holmes, esquires | 



Joshua Huntington, esq. Norwich, Sheriff'. 

Dt/iuty -Sheriff s. — William l\ ichards, J\'cw-Lon- 
don. Bela Peck, Shuhael Breed, Norwich. Solo- 
mon Scovil, Colchester. WiftroXis Beckwith, Lyme* 
Paul Babceek, Sloningion* tlczekiah Goddard, 
Preston. 

Jailors ) Chauncey Arnold, J\"ew -London m 
Seth Miner, Norwich. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 
COUATY COURT. 

Samuel W. Johnson, esq. Chief Judge. 
Nathan Wheeler, esq. I Joseph Silliman, esq* 
Andrew L. Hill, esq- j Daniel r). Cook, esq 

Lewis B. Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 
David Burr,esq. Clerk and Clerk of Superior Cou# 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Fairfield 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Joseph Strong 
David Allen 
David Judah 
Samuel Rowland 
Ebenezer Banks 
Ger shorn Burr 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Talcott Banks 
Roger M. Sherman 
Hull Bradley.* esquires 

I) an bury 
Thomas Taylor 
James Clark 



Benjamin Hi cock 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Daniel B. Cook 
Thomas Taylor jun. 
Daniel N. Carrington 
David Foot 
Comfort Hoyt 
Israel Bibbers, csq'rs 

Brook field 
Amos Wheeler 
EH Perry 
Jesse Noble 
River ins Hawley 
Colby Chamberlain 
Daniel Tomlinson, esq'r 



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Greenwich 
John M'Kray 
Ebenezer Mead 

ilbert Close 
Daniel Wood jun. 
fabez Mead 
William Knap, esq'rs 

Huntington 
,lrsha Mills 
Diodate Silliman 
Dthniel De Forest 
fohn Curtis 
Vbel French 
iben'er Beardsley,esq'rs 

♦A orivalk 
Lliphalet Lock wood 
ob Bar tram 
Taylor Sherman 
William M. lietts 
onathan Knigbt 
iezekiah Jarvis, esq'rs 

Aew-Canaan 
saac Richards 
Lliphalet St. John, esq'rs 

hew-Fairfield 
^ehemiah Berdslee 
oseph Bearse jun. 
)avidLane, esquires 

A'eivtowii 
3avid Baldwin 
Vsa Chapman 
Samuel C. Blackman 
Sachcriah Ferris, esq'rs 

Redding 
fames Rogers 
William fteron 
xth S. Smith 
Lemuel Sanford, esq'rs 
Samuel B. Sherwood/ 



JRidgfield 
Philip B. Bradley 
William Forrester 
Thomas St. John 
Samuel Stebbins 
Nathan Smith 
Jonathan Keeler 
Job Smith, esquires 

Stamford 
John Davenport jun 
Reuben Scolfield 
Samuel Webb 
Nathan Weed jun. 
Ebenezer Davenport 
Joseph Wood, esq'vs 

Stratford 
Robert W T alker 
Abijah M'Ewen 
Joseph Backus 
Joseph Walker 
Josiah Lacey 
J. H. Tom!inson,jr.e6q'r6 

Sherman 
Stephen Barnes 
David Barlow 
G. B. Giddens, gsq'rs 

Trumbull 
Stephen Beardslee 
Lewis Burton 
David Seelye, esq'rs 

WeM&n 
John Sherwood 
Jeremiah Rowiand,esq'FS 

Wilton 
Matthew Mead 
Matthew Marvin 
Zadock Hammond, esq'rs 

esq. State Attorney, 



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PRACTISING 

Fairfield 
David Burr 
Lewis B, Stunres: 
Samuel Rowland 
Samuei B. Sherwood 
Gideor* Tomlinson 
Thaddeus B. Wake man 
Roger M . bher man ,esq ' rs 

Dan bury 
Matthew B, Whittlsesey 
Moses Hatch 
Epaphras W. Bull 
Hansen Hamlin, esq'rs 

Greenwich 
Timothy Walker, esq. 

Jsiewtonvn 
Samuel C« Blackmail 
Aaa Chapman 



ATTORNIE5. 

Timothy Shepard, esq'rs 

J\ orxvalk 
Taylor Sherman, esq. 

Redding 
Seth S. Smith', esq. 

Siain ford 
John Davenport juru 
James Stevens 
Simeon H. Miner 
Frede nek Scovil 
Joseph Wood, esq'us 

Stratfird. 
Joseph Walker 
Robert Fairchild 
Joseph Backus 
Charles M l Ewen 
CUarles Bostwick 
Wra. Benedict, esq'rs 



Ebenezer Dimon, esq. Sherjf. 
Bejiuty Sh&riffs.-~}<\\n G. Alien, Fairfield. Sa- 
muel Wiidmarvjun. Danhury. Herman Warner, 
JSeivtown. Thomas F« Rowland, j\o rwalfc. Aaron 
Morehouse,- Redding, ^vsejm Gray, Stamford. John 
Thompson, Stratford* Aimr Lewis, Huntington? 
Ezra Gregory, Bridgeport. 

Jailors. — Joseph Allen, Fairfield. 

Samuel Wild man, j.un. Banbury* 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 
COUJsTY COURT. 
Hon. Thorns sGrosvenor, esq. Chief Judge. 
Ebenezer Devotion, esq. | Htzekiah Ripley, esq. 
James Gordon, e6q. j Lemuel Ingais, esq. 

James Gordon, esq. Treasurer, 
Samuel Gray, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court.- 



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; JUSTICES OP 

Windham 
Samuel Gray 
Jabez Clark 
Samuel Perkins 
David W. Young 
Zcbediah Tracy 
Philip Haywood, esq'rs 

Jihford 
Abel Simmons jun. 
William Walker 
Josias Byles 
William Perkins 
Andrew I. Judson 
Benj. Bosworth, esq'rs 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 
Joseph Scarborough 
James Eldredge 
RogerW. Williams, esq's 

Canterbury 
Daniel Frost 
Luther Paine 
Asa Bacon 
Asa Butts 
Isaac Backus 
Rufus Adams, esquires 

Columbia 
Fames Pineo 
Asahei Clark 2d 
Daniel Lord, esq'rs 

Hampton 
Ebenezer Moseley 
Philip Peanl 
pames Burnett, esq'rs 

Killingly 
[frames Danielscn 
Ezra PI ut chins 
feel Day 
loseph Adams 



THE PEACE. 

Sampson Howe 
Hubert Terry 

Pelatiah Mason, esq.'rs 

Lebanon 
Elkanah Tisdalc 
Jeremiah Mason 
Peleg Thomas 
Thaddeus Clark 
James Mason 
William T. Williams 
Rufus Lamb 
Eliph't Metcalf, esq'rs 

Mansfield 
Frederick Freeman 
Jesse Williams 
John Salter 
BarziHai Swift 
Miner Grant esq'rs 

Plaivfield 
Wifliatn Dixon 
Anthony Bradford 
Ephraim Wheeler 
Joseph Eaton 
John Douglrss, jun* 
John Lesteiv esq'rs 

Pom fret 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Svlvanus Backus 
Ebenezer Kingsbury 
iphn Holbrook, esq'rs 

Sterling 
John Go st on 
John Wylie 
Samuel Bullock 
Anthony Brown, esq'rs 

Thompson 
Jason Phipps 
Thaddeus Larned 



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Noadiah Russell 
George Larned 
John Jacobs, esq'rs 
Voluntown 
Allyn Campbell 
James Alexander 
Joseph Wylie 

Jabez Clark, esq 



Thomas Backus, esq'rs 

Woodstock 
John IVPClellan 
Nehemiah Child 
John Fox 
Ebeaezer Smith 
Jonathan Morse, esq'rs 
State Attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTCRNIES. 



Windham 
Timothy Larrabee 
Jabcz Clark 
Samuel Perkins 
John Baldwin 
David W. Young 
John Fitch 
Philip Haywood, esq'rs 

Ashford 
William Perkins 
David Bolles, esq'rs 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 
Daniel Kies, esq'rs 

Canterbury 
Rufus Adams, esq. 

Columbia 



Killingly 
Seth D. Burbanks, esq. 

Lebanon 
Wm. T. Williams, esq 

Plainfietd 
William Dixon 
I Joseph Eaton, esquires 
I Pomfret 

Sylvanus Backus 
John Holbrook, esq'rs 

Sterling 
Artemas Baker, esq e 

Thompson 
George learned, esq. 
Woodstock 
\ John M'Clellen, esq. 



\'ai 
III 

m 
Pete 
Jami 



m 
fcoii 

tat 



Davi-: 

fen 



Asahel Clark, esq. 

Henry Webb, esq. Windham. Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs— , Windham- Job 

Perkins, Ashford. Walter Hough, Canterburx ^ 
Samuel Kies, Brooklyn. Elisha GJeafcon, *Potnfr& x ; 
Hubbard Dutton, Lebanon. George Gordon, Plan IZ0! 
field. Rensellaer Childs, Woodstock. ("J 

Benjamin Brewster, Windham, Jailor. 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD, 
COUNTY COUNT. 

Hon. Aaron Austin, esq. Chief Judge, 



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Nathan Hale, esq. I D. N. Brinsmade, e^. 

David Smith, esq. I Judson Canfield, C«q. 

Julius Demlng, esq. Treasurer. 
Fred. Wolcott, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Litchfield 
famas Morris 
fohn Allen 
tolius Derning 
Frederick Wolcott 
>eth Landon 
Jriei Holmes, jun. 
loger Marsh 
Nathan Basset 
i. N. Whittlesey 
lenjamin Tallmadge 
Varon Smith 
'eter Sherman 
ames Gold, esquires 

Barkhem/mtead 
oseph Wilder 
srael Jones, jun. 
iamuel Hayden 
'elatiah Allen, esquires 

Bethlem 
)avid Bellamy 
Lhewezer Perkins 
my Ambler 
*eo. D. Kassen, esquires 

Canaan 
lizur Wright 
Dhn Elmer 
i&s Franklin 
>hn Hurlbut, esquires 

Colebrook 
Elijah Rockwell 
amuel Mills, esquires 



THE PEACE. 

Cornwall 
John PjcrCfi 
Judah xvellogg 
John Sedgwick 
Oliver Burnham 
Benjamin Gould 
John Calhoun, esquires 

Goshen 
Adino Hale 
Samuel Hopkins 
Birdsey Norton, ^squires 

Harwinton 
James Brace 
Lewis Cathn 
Benj. Griswold, esquires 

Kent 
Barzillai Slosson 
Julius Castle 
Matthew Elliot 
John Raymond, esquires 

Neiv- Hartford 
Seth Spencer 
Abraham Kellogg, jun. 
Asa Cole 
Roger Mills 
Chaun. Seymour, esq'rs 

JSeW'Milford 
Josiah Starr 
Reuben Warner, jun. 
Elisha Bostwick 
Abijah Treat 
David S. Boardmai* 
Nathaniel Taylor 



Abel Merwin, esquires 

Aor/oti 
Eleazer Holt 
.Augustus Pettibone 
lienj imin Welch, esq*!** 

Plymouth 
Daniel Potter 
Like Potter, esquires 

lioxbury 
Curtis Hurd 
Phineas Smith 
Ehhu Canneld, esquires 

Sharon 
David Downer 
Isaac Pardee 
Augustus Taylor 
Joim C. Smith 
Judson Canfield 
Daniel St John, esquires 

Salisbury 
Ado? i ij ah Strong 
Samuel Lee 
Klisha Sterling 
Lot Norton, jun. 
Phineas Cliapin 
Joshua Porter, esquires 
Uriel Holmes, jun, 



Torringion 
Elisha Smith 
William Rattle 
-Phineas North 
Norman Griswold, esq'rs 

Washington 
David Whittlesey 
William Coggswell 
EHjah Hazen, esquires 

Winchester 
EHphaz Alvord 
Samuel Huribut 
Solomon Rockwell,esq'rs 

Warren 
Nathaniel Swift 
John Tallmadge 
Ebenezer Tanner, esqYs 

Waterloivn 
Thomas Fenn 
Elij ih Woodward 
S. W. Southmayd, esq'rs 

Woodbury 
Noah B. Benedict 
Reuben Mitchel 
Mathew Miner, jun. 
John Strong, esquires 
esq. titate Attorney. 



PRACTISING 

Litchjicld 
John Allen 
Isaac Baldwin, jun. 
Uriel Holmes, jun. 
James Gould 
Aaron Smith 
Seth B. Beers 
Asa Bacon, jun. 
Joseph L. Smith 
Aaro B. Reeve 



ATTORNIES. 

R. C. Austin, esquires 

Canaan 
Thomas Wilcox 
John Elmer 
Wm. Burril, j'r esquires 

Kent 
Barzillai Slosson, esq. 

Aorfolk 
Augustus Pettibone 
Michael F„ Mills, esq'rs 



JStnv- Hart ford 
Roger Mills 
Win. G. Wil iams, esq's 

jVav-Milford 
David S.Boardman 
Joseph A. Bostwick, esq's 

Plymouth 
Calvin Butler, esquire 

Sharon 
John C. Smith 
Cyrus Swan 
Aaron Sterling 
— - Lilly, esquires 

Salisbury 



EHsha Sterling 
Martin Strong 
Anson Sterling, esquires 

Washington 
William Ceggsweilj esq. 

Wincnester 
Phineas Miner 
N. Wetmore 
Joseph Miller, esquires 

Woodbury 
Noah B. Benedict 
William Hawley 
Mat. Miner, j'r* esquire 



Adonijah Strong 

John U. Land© 11 , esq. Sheriff. 
Dcfiuty- Sheriffs. —Ilo^er Cook. Litchfield. Sam- 
uel Cemstock, Nciv-Milford. Nathaniel Ivobbir.s, 
Norfolk, lloswell Austin, A civ- Hartford. Timo- 
thy Chittenden, Salisbury. Philo De Forest, Wood- 
bury, J. Calhoun, Cormvall. Linus Fenn, Ply- 
mouth* David Bird, Bethltw. 

Roger Cook, Litchfield, Jailor. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

COUNTY COURT. 
lion. Asher Miller, esq. Judge, 
FJlphalct Holmes, esq. ! Seth Overton, esq. 
, William Morgan, esq. | Lemuel S'orrs, esq. 

Seth O verier? j esq. Treasurer. 
John FUk, e i q. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

A/iddletoitm 
Samuel W. Dana 



Ejitaupcey Whittlesey 
Matthew T. Russell 
Nehe-rniah Hubbard, jun. 
Ebenezer Sage 



Tsarc Gridley 

Isaac Miller 

Amos Sajje 

Kbcnezer Roberts 

John Pratt 

Eben. Roberts 2d, e'sq^'j 



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Chatham 
James Bill 
Daniel Sbepard 
David White 
John Parmele 
David Clark 
William Dickson 
Asahel H. Strong 
Cyrus Bill, esquires 

Durham 
Simeon Parsons 
Dan Parmele 
Charles Coe 
Guernsey Bates, esquires 

JSast-Haddam 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Isaac Spencer 2d 
Abner Hall 
Timothy Gates 2d 
Ebenezer Holmes 
Josiah Griffiag 
Israel Cone 
John Brainerd, esquires 

Haddam 
Ezra Brainerd 
Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, esq. State Attorney. 



Daniel Brainerd 
Smith Clark 
O iver Wells 
Stephen Tibbals, esq'rs 
Thomas Siliiman 

KiUingworth 
Hezekiah Lane 
Abraham Pierson 
Jab Wright 
Martin Lord 
Dan Lane 
George Elliot, j*r 3 esq'ra 

Saybrook 
Jonathan Lay 
William Hart 
Timothy Starkey 
Samuel Hart 
John Bull 
Samuel Williams 
Samuel Tuliy 
John Stannard 
Jonathan Warner 
John Platt> esquires 



PBACTISING 

Middletown 
Stephen T. Hosmev 
Samuel W. Daua 
Matthew T» Russell 
Knoch Hunvington, jun. 
Alexander ColUns 
Elijah Hubbard 
< '^h^ancey Whittlesey ,j 'r 
John L« Lewis 
fcevi EL Clark® 



ATTORNIES. 

William Vandeursen, j'r 
Titus S. Hosmer, esq'rg 

Chatham 
Asahel H. Strong 
John IL Peters, esquires 

East- Haddam 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Jared Spencer, esquires 

Haddam 
Linus Parmelejun. esq. 



ft 

K llbi^vc rih I Sayb rook 

Am~ziah Bray, ©rciuir* j George W. Jcwctr, esq. 
Enoch Parens, c^q. Sheriff. 
Drfmty- Sheriffs. — Asalv 1 Loom is, MicL'Hctrw.. 
Daniel Smith, ttaddann Chercrs Bf'airierd, Eben- 
ezer Holmes, Rmt- Haddanu Nathaniel Mfttsori^ 
Lyme. He man Starkey, Saybrotk. Rajph Smith j 
Chut ham. 

Daniel Smith, Iladdam, Jailor. 

COUNTY OF^ TOLLAND. 
COUNTY COURT. 
Sylvester Gilbeit, erq. Chief Judge. 
Jesse Cady, esq. 1 Oliver Kings esq. 

Samuel Danton esq. | Davkl Hale, esq. 

Ephraim Grant, jun. crq. Treasurer and CIeik,cm;I 
Clerk of the Supcriour Court. 



JUSTICES 

'To (lav (I 
Jonathan "Barnes 
jabez Kingsbury 
Elisha Stearns, esquires 

Bolfhn 
Samuel Carver 
Ichabod Warner 
Saul Alvord, jun. esquire 

Coventry 
Jes^e Hoot 

Kphraim Kingsbury 
•Jtennjah Strong 
Eleazer Pomeroy 
Daniel Purnap 
Bfcthan Howard 
Elisha Ectgnrtoii 
Joseph Talcottj esquire 

Hebron 
Elihu Marvin 



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THE PEACE 

Elijah Houec 
Jatl Jones 
John H. Ruel 
Samuel Gilbert 
John II. Wells, 



esquires 



FJiington 
John II. Goodrich 
A ?a Willey 
Robert Hyde, esquires 

Seiner* 
Simeon Forbes, jun. 
Giles Pease 
Benjamin Pfeelps 
Calvin Pitkin 
Solcscon L. Fuller, esq's 

Stafford 
Elenzer W. Phelps 
Rluib Aides, esquires 



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Vernon J Abijah Sessions, esquires 

Phmeas Talcott, esquire | Willing ton 

Union I Samuel Dunton 

Samuel Crawford | Elisha Johnson, esquires 

Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney* 

PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



To '/end 
icniithan Barns 
Eiish a "'Stearns 
Calvin Wilky, esquires 

Hebron 
John T. Peters 
StuayjS lieebe, esquires 

» esquires 



Stafford 
Eleazer W. Phelps 
— - Seymour, esquires 

Bolton 
Saul Alvord, esquire 

Coventry 
Jeremiah Parish, esquire 

Ellington 
Asa Willey, esquire 
Simeen Abbey, esquires ! 

Elijah Chapman, jun. esq. Sheriff, 
B o ' u $ • Sfterijffi* — Williarn Williams, Tolland: 
. Gilbert, Hebron, Aholiab johnson, Staf* 



j* m ..,) 



Nathan Chapa&a, Tolland, Jailor* 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 

Districts. Judges. Clerks. 

Hartford, John Chester, James Wells 

A civ- Haven, Elizur Goodrich, John H. Lynde 

J%w London* William Hillhouse, Lyman Law 

Fab-field^ Samuel Rowland, Gershom Burr 

Windham, William WiUiaras, Wm.T.Wilham! 

Litchfield* Frederick Wolcott 

Jliddtrtown* Asher Miller, JohnFisk 

Plain field* James Gordon, JohnDoiudass, jft 

Guilford* E hvard Russell, Henry Hill 

A orfAk* Augustus Pett ibone 

Woodbury* Noah B. Benedict, M. Miner 

Stamford* E. l>avenport, ju.n, A. Davenport 



Districts* 
D anbury, 
East-Haddam, 
A orvjich, 
Pomfret % 
Sharon, 
Stafford, 
Sim* bury, 
Stoning ton, 
Pavmington* 
Walling ford y 
Say brook, 
Stratford, 
East- Windsor, 
Water bury, 
Aorwalk, 
New-Milford, 
Hebron, 
Granby, 



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Judges. Clerks. 

J. P. Cook, J. P. Cook,jur>. 

Isaac Spencer, Jared Spencer 
Andrew Huntington, J.Huntington 
T. Grosvenor, L. Grosvenor 
Joshua Porter, J. Porter, jun. 

Jesse Cady, E. W. Phelps 

(George Humphrey, William Strong 
Coddington Billings,Edward S'taith 
John Treadweil, Martin Bull 
Oliver Stanley. G. W. Stanley 
Hezekiah Lane, Dan Lane 



Robert Walker, 
Eliphakt Terry, 
J. Kingsbury, 
T. Sherman, 
D. S. Boa re) man, 
Sylvester Gilbert, 
Pliny Hilly er 



Joseph Walker 
Elam O, Potter 
Edward Porter 
Wm. M. Betts 
J. A. Bostwick 
Stewart Beebc 



NOTARIES PUBLICK. 



Hartford, Enoch Perkins, Theodore Dwight 
a rs CElizur Goodrich, Dyer White, 

te$>-Baven,\ John H . Lynde } 

Derby, John Humphreys, jub. 

Milford, David B. Ingersoll 

//. London, Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned 

JKorwich*, James Lanman, William S, Hart 

Stonington, Coddington Billings 

Lyme, William Noyes, jun* 

Preston, Samuel Mott 

Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges 

Windham, Samuel Perkins 

Woodstock, Jedidiah Morse 

Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott 

Sharon, John C. Smith 



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S-iJJldU Hezekiah Huntington 

Aorivalk, Eliphalet Lockwood 

Salisbury, fclisha Strong 

Bridge fiort^ Joseph Bsckrs 

'Stratford, Robert Walker 

D ) anbury, Amos Cork 

Brooklyn, John Parish 



ia 0f mmtcttc 

HIS EXCELLANCY 

JONATHAN TRUMBULL, Esq. 
Captain General and Commander in Chief. 
Jabez Huntington, esq. 7 Jjd . p 
Daniel Wadsworth, esq. 5 * tUS ile Cam / 1 ' 
Hon. John Trkadwell, Esquire, Lieut. General, 

£ Aids de Camp, 

Ebenczer Huntington, esq, Major-General and 

Adjutant-General. 
Thomas M. Himtington, esq. "> *** , n 2 
Henry Hudson, esq. j Auh de Cam ^ 

THE GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

At Hartford. 

Horse. Snmuel Ledlie, Commandant 

Michael Olcott, First Lieutenant 
Ezekiel P. Burnam, Second Lieutenant 
James Fortune, Cornet 

Poor. Nathaniel Terry, Captain 

James Goodwin, First Lieutenant 
Horace Wadsworth, Second Lieutenant 
Isaac D. Bull, Ensign 



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FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the first and Seventh Brigades. 
Solomon Cowles, esq. Major-General. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Timothy Burr, esq. Brigadier General. 

Moses Tryon jun. Brigade Major and Inspector. 

.first regiment. Elijah Terry, lieut. col. com'tlt 
Joseph Whiting, 1st major. James Bigelow, 2d maj. 

James Loomis, adjutant. Henry A. Rowland, 
chaplain. Peter B. Gleason, quarter-master. Hen- 
ry. Newbury, pay-master. Dwell Morgan, surgeon. 
Elijah Taylor, surgeon's-mate. 

Matrons company. William Chad wick, captain. 
Elisha Phelps, 1st. lieut. A. G. Phelps, 2d lieut. 

Captains* Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Christo. Ripley FreemanCrocker Jeremiah Brown 
Job Loomis Guy Talcott James L. Phelps 

John C. Bull Abel Peck Henry A.Warner 

Martin Elsworth Seth Dexter Vacant 

Jedediah W.MillsM. Goodman, jr.Mpnning: Beviz 
J©bn Griswold Wm. Alford Levi Griswold 
Stephen Brown Martin Burr Samuel Brown 
Luther Fitch Asahel Nearing Fred. New bury 
George Cook Jona. K. W r ells Jeremiah Grave* 

18th regt. Joseph Dyer, lieut. col. commandant. 
Noah A.Phelps, 1st maj. Samuel Clark, 2d maj. 

Benajah H. Wilcox, adjutant. Samuel Stebbins, 
chaplain. Haynes Woodbrid^e, quarter-master* 
James Goodwin, pay-master. Hor.ice Hillyer, sur- 
'geon. Gideon Case, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jona.Pettibofie.jr.Moses Case RufnsHumphreys 

OziasPettiboncjjr Isaac Phelps Eben. Holcomb 



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Calvin Barber Moses Grimes Isaiah Ensign 
Horace Phelps Reuben Winch ellJames Forward 

A, P. Hir^nphreysJared Mills, jun. Vacnnt 
Asa Higley David Thomas jr. Dm Vinirg 
Dudley Mills Ezra Adams, jun. Loin Humphrey 
Hez. Holcomb.jr.Jesse P. HolcombJohn Viets 
Heze. Goodwin Erastus Pinney Jrs, Groclwin, jr.- 
Aaron Post Enock Buttles Arch. Kasson, jtfj 

19th regt. Charles Jcncks, licut. col. commar.'dt, 
John Watson, 1st maj. Ezra Brainard, 2d maj. 
Lebheus P. Tinker, adjutant. Andrew Yata , 

chaplain. George Barber, quarter-master. Stephen 

B. Gwodwin, pay-master. Allyn Hyde, surgeon, 
Eleazer M'Crea, surgeon's. mate. 

Ma t ross C< m *i a n y . 
John Kenned)?", captain. Joseph Pitkin, 1st licut. 
Nathan Pitkin," 2d lieut. A. Reynolds, 3d lieut. 
Cafitains. Limrevants. Ensigns* 

Light Iv fan try. 
DanielHay lenjr.Warehan Porter Erastus Strong 
Erastus BucklandDavid Allvn Nathan Cohooa 



k 



John Spencer,jun. Martin Stanley Osias Pitkin 
Theodore Pasco E-zekiel Osborne Asher Allyn 
Ephraim Tshani Richard Skinrer John Talcott, jun. 
Wait Hills - John Abbce Ozias Williams 

Nathan '1 WarnerGurd on Ells worth Titus Gcodaje 
Eusha Olcott Ames Buckland Samuel "Peck,Jim«j 
F ancis M'Clean John A. Had Elliot Palmer 
Nathaniel Field J nresW-SkinnerWilliam Cu'ver 
Oliver Clark Asher M or trn ArtemasFpaV.ir., 
D. W. Griswold Silas Hill, jun. Robert M< Kee jr.j 

22d hegt. Eliakim Chapman, lieut. col. c^n^dr 
Tubal Ca^'e, 1st major. David Lawson, %\ major. 



lit 



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ASpl return of Cahtaim and Subalterns received fi cm 
2 2d Regiment. 

31st regt. Oliver L. Phc\ps, lieut. col. commandt. 
1-had. Leavett. jr. l.st maj. Amaz. Kibbee, ^d maj. 

Godfrey Scarborough, adjutant. Nehemiah Rud- 
der, chaplain. Silas Nc^comb, quarter-master. 
William Mather, pay -roaster. John Wood, surgeon. 
Javid Currier, surgeon 's-ma.e. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Light Infantry, 
Robert Morrison Ephni. P. Potter William Sexier 

el. A. Burbank Ebenc, Bui bank Frederick Taylor 

>eth Phelps Chi istopher Jones Vacant 

felomon Allyn Samuei Pease, jr.Joel Booth 

ohn Ford, uu. William Cook Vacant 

Llaro Pease Gaius Pease Jedediah Hills 

Vacant VashniHa'.l G&Ui Pease 

ohn Lewis Philip Nelson (JuverL lianchet 

ohn Granger Horace Kendall Sin;on Kendall 

iitah Griffin Eh Trumbull Israel Theirs 

1st REGIMINT CAVALRY. 

William Thompson, lieuc. col. commandant. 
Henry Watson, major. Thaddeus Morrow, ad- 
utant. Shubael Bartlett, cliaplain. Joseph Russel, 
[uarter-master. Henry Kingsbury, pay-master, 
ohathan W. Hanchett, surgeon. William Ccolcy, 
urgeon'-mate. 



1st Company. 
3avid Grant, captain 
iolomon Ens"ign,lst.lieut. 
oseph Cotton, 2d lieut. 
gpnarin Gillet, cornet 

2d Comhany. 
)liver C. Phelps, capt. 
stin Phelps, 1st lieut. 
rcdwiickPUelps.Sulicut. 



\.W\ 



Erastus Bed well, cornet 
3d Company* 

Jonathan Bartlett, capt. 

Solomon Allyn, 1st lieut. 

Epap. Phelps, 2d lieut. 

John Collins, cornet 
A'h Com ji any. 

Mason Dimick, captain 

Nath'l Giftftauj 1st lieut 



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Oliver Holt, ?d lieut. 
Elijah C Parks, cornet. 

5th Company. 
Rufus Granger, captain 



Robert Go w dry 1st lieut. 
Joseph Abbott, 2d lieut. 
George Norris, cornet 



SEVENTH BRIGADE* 

Seth Overton, esq. Brigadier General. 

Alexander Collins, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

6thREG'T. Levi Lusk, lieut. col. commandant. 
Simeon North, 1st m^jor. George Sellew, 2d major. 
Martin Kelioggaon, adjutant. Joab Brace, chaplain. 
Enos Deming,, qaavtcr-master. Asaph Colema% 
surgeon. Asa Coleman, surgeon 's-mate. 

Ca /Mains IJeutenants Knsigns 

Allen Smith Jehn Loveland Levi Hatch 
Joseph Stillman EUsha Coleman James Stillman 
Samuel Sellew James Sellew Asa Tallcot 
Ralph Bulkeiey EleazerGoodrich Vacant 
Jonath. StoddardJam.es Wells Ashbel Seymour 
Th. Hollister Gera Goodale Jared Strickland 
Ezra Dayton Ashbel Alger, j'rJabea Stratton 
Selah Beckley Oliver Weidon Vacant 

15th reg't. Daniel Tillotson, lieut. col. comm'nt* 
Theo> Pettibone, 1st maj. Elijah Munroas, 2d maj. 

Gad Stanley, adjutant. Noah Porter, chaplain. 
Timothy Cowles, quarter-master. Samuel Cowles, 
pay-master. Titus Merriman, surgeon. Eiijah 
Flower, surgeon's-mate. 

Matross Company. 

Lot Gaylord, captain. Azariah Johnson, 1st lieut* 
John B. Hendrick, 2d lieutenant. 
L?ght Infantry* 

Martin Potter, captam. Harvy Smith, lieutenant. 
Hun Hitchcock, ensign. 

Grenadier Company* 

Selah Porter, Captain. Adnah Crampton, lieut* 
Rufus Cowles, ensign* 



Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Luther Seymour Pomeroy Strong Sylv. Woodruff 
Stth Cowies Stephen Co wits Jabez Langdon 
Justus Francis Ezekiel Andrus Oliver Stanley 
Eli Lewis Philip Gaylord Noah A. Carter 

Eli Cornwell John Beck with Eldnd Jerome 
Ralph Humphrey Gad Frisbie Ab'ai Pettibone 

Joseph Finch Anson Mathews Zcb. Byington 
Samuel Alford R. H. Hawiey Dan Doming 

23d Reg't. Elisha Coe, Heut. col. commandant. 
E. Huntington, jun. 1st maj. Dan'l White, 2d maj. 
Chauncey Whittlesey, j'r adjutant, Titus S. Hos- 
mer, pay-master. William Vandeursen, ^quarter- 
master. Wilham B. Hall, surgeon, John Rich- 
mond, surgeon's-mate. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 

William Russell Samuel Bemont Nathan Williams 

Jeremiah TaylorCharlesChurchillThomas Stewart 

Harvy TreadwayCharles Brewer Josiah Wetmore 

Josiah Sage Wm. Gaylord Abijah Savage 

Enoch Tryon John Johnson Wm. Wheeler 

Soel Hall, jun. Wm. P. Pelton Joel Bartlett 

Daniel Brooks Ozias Brainard Selden Gates 

Ichabod Miller William Bivirs Seth Birdsey 

Euos^Brown Oliver Brainard John Cosewell 

John Ames Asaph Abby Daniel Crittenden 

John Warner Jedidiah HubbardOliver Calkins 

24th Reg't. Josmh Griffing, It. col. commandant. 
'John I sham, j'r 1st major. Josiah Gates, 2d major.* 
Henry Worthington, adjutant. William Lyman, 
d.d. chaplain. EliasW. Newton, quarter-master. 
Ilames Ely, pay-master. Vacant surgeon. Vacant 
atrgeon's-mate. 

Cafitains Lieutenants - Ensigns 

Joseph Ckurch Samuel Crowcll Joseph C). Ackley 



Caf Mains i.zanicnan 

Joshua rkilkeley Reuben Msh 



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Lieutenants 



Jiw'gns 
Asa Nowlen 
Darius Krainard 
Daniel R. Pratt 
Asa Ilathbpne 
Hez, Loom is 
Uriah Spencer David G. Otis Jena. Iteckwilh 
A. Worthington Justin Ransom Daniel Eelh era; 



Vacant Vacant 

Justin Dav Au<. Williams 

jasper Morgan J-na. Whipple 

tfjdti EiTii^onB Diodate Lord 

Uriah Spencer David G. Otis 



Seventh Regiment of Cavalry. 
irr.es Plumb, lieutenant-colonel commandant. 



H 



Gad Cowlcs, major,. John L. Lewis, adjutant. — 
«fohn French, quarter-master. Simeon Robbins, pay- 
master. Ezra Stile £ Ely, chaplain, Henry Wad s-lK; 
worth, surgeon. Fenn Doming, surge$iPs-mate B \k 



1st Comfi 
David Demin^, capt. 
William Wright, 1st It. 
George Euikeley, 2d do. 
George Palmer, cornet. 

2d Comftamj. 
Josi ah Johnson, capt. 
Jacob Willcox, 1st ijeut. 
Elisha Kirhy, 2d do. 
Elisha Wetmore, cornet. 

3d Company. 
Moses Dutton, capt. 
Stephen Barnes. 1st Ifeut. 
Levi Barnes, 2d do. 
i bone Cone, cornet. 



4th Cc?n/iany. |ft a 
Martin Cowles, capt, 
Th.H.Wadsworth,lstlt, 
Titus Bidwell, 2d do. 
Vacant cornet. 

5th Company. 
Abraham Crane, capt. 
Wm. Goodrich, 1st lieut 
S». Ivester Pulifer, 2d do 
Simeon Robins, cornet 

6th Comfimiy* 
Elizur Goodrich, capt, 
Joseph Bud, 1st lieut. 
Nathaniel Bailey, 2d dc || 
Vacant cornet 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 2d and 4th Brigades. 
Joseph Walker, esq. Major General. 

> Aids cle Camji» 






37 

secomj b:ugjdil \ 

Eli Fowler, esq. Brigadier Ge; era!, 
Jedidim Lathrcp, Brigade Mujor aad Inspector. 

2d Reg't, John Hubbard, lieut. col. coir, man d an t, 
James Merrimfan, 1st ma. Charles Bostwick, 2<J ma. 
Seth P. Staples, adjutant. Abraham Al ingxhap- 
lain. Eli Bracket, quarter-master. Jared Bradley, 
pay-master. Eli ives, surgeon. Bela Farnham, 
surgeon's- mate. 

Ca/i tains Lieutenants ZLnsigns 

Ma t ros $ Co ?;;/; a n y . 
Hez. Howe L. De Forest Elihu Daggett 

Beriah Bradley Zebub Bradley Henry Lines 

Elisha Hull Lewis Ailmg* Jesse' Ailing 
Nathan Andrews Abraham Pardee Amos Morris 

Nathan Piatt Philemon Smith Enos Smith 

Nathan Marks Thomas BreckettGilcs Piei porit 

Jacob Bassett Seba Troop Lyman Tuttie 

S. B. Kingsbury S. Goody-ear Ezra Bradley 

j d vin Wcodin Levi Gorham Benj. Wcodin 

7th Reg't. George Morgan, lieut. col. command'^ 

Joseph Hill, 1st maj. Timothy Crane, 2d maj. 

Georg" W. Jewett, aOjatant. Fiederick VV. 

• llotchkiss, chaplain. Timothy Starkey £d,qnarter- 

master. Geettge PraH, pny-mrster. Samuel Car- 

ter, surgeon Ezra S. Mother, sui-p-con's-mire. 



Oaf Min 8 




J.u:Zii''T:a?tts ' lins'ig7te 


Elisha Sill 




Whliam Ciayk Au^ Cludker 


John BnJinrd 




$ie\)\\ . DiekersonC feeil Di ekerson 


Austin Olcott 




John Peck John Stanton 


Eli Deruson 




jabes BouUnvcrthJohn BuH 


Tin). Spencer 




Jchil Kibby Jed. Chapman 


Dar.it 1 Brainai 


d 


Ja iyves 1 1 uckley Amos 8m it h 


Jshi Parmele 




Moses Wilcox Aaron Wilcox 


Joel Cat; field 




Giles Cl.-irk Joseph S1iipn.au 


Samuel Hubbai 


■d 


A-her ('lark Abrahn Ha&baid 


Bela Church 




Ebei.czer Clark Obadiah Piatt 



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10th Reg't. William Hall, lieut. col. commandant. 
Jesse Ford, 1st maj. Ira Mansfield, jun. 2d maj. 
John Butler, adjutant. James Noice, chaplain. 
Dan Parmele* j'r, quarter-master. Andrew Hall, 
pay -master. John Andrews, surgeon. Lyman Nor- 
ton, surgeon 's-m ate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

JUght Infantry, 
Asa Qoolittle Thomas Curtis Samuel Peck 
Munson Cook Samuel Beedle Caleb Thomas 

David M. Cook William Marks Ira Andrews 
Richard Robinson Josiah Jewett, j'r Jesse Smith, j'r 
Amasa Doolittle Amos Hall, R. W.Roice, j'r 

E-iph. Nettleton David Cone Jesse Atwell 

Solomon K. Hall Edward Johnson Royal Cowles 
Joseph Piatt. Obed Tuttle Abraham Barnes 

27 th Reg't. Reuben Page? lieut. col. commandant 
Samuel Fowler, 1st maj. Benjamin Field, 2d maj, 
Ralph Linsley, adjutant. Matthew Noyes, chap- 
lain. * Samuel Foot, quarter-master. Julius Hill 
pav-m-aster. David Marvin, surgeon. Hemar 
Breoks, surgeon 's-mate. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
Silas Bentob Ozias Wheedon Jere. Parmele 

Thomas Burgess John Hart Edward Elliot 

_Ruth. Russell Malachi Linsley Timothy Russell 
Chat les Faulkner Joel Collins William Spence 

Phir.ehas Meigs John F. Meigs Eber Judd 
Jesse Liasfey Augustus Russel Samuel Harrison 
Abel Uosseter Benj. Baldwin David Chittendei 
John Font Malachi Cook Dennis Talmage 

Josiah Munger Vacant Abner Bishop 

33d Reg't. John Davis, lieut. col. commandant. 
Stephen A. Treat, 1st maj. Sam'l B. Gunn, 2d maj 



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Benjamin Cande, adjutant. Beza Pinneo, chap" 
lain. John J. Wheeler, quarter-master. Isn'tit irian 
Miner, pay-master. Liberty Khnberle, surgeon. 
John Carrtngtoh, surgeons-mate. 

Grenadier Companies* 

\zt com* — William Fenn, captain. Joseph Piatt' 
lieutenant. Michael Peck. j'i\ ensign. 

2d com, — Silas Bradley, captain. 'J ? j?un&&n Sper- 
ry, lieutenant; Luther Lines, ensign. 

Cap tains Lteutenanfs JSxmgnn 

Barn. WoodcockEastman Minor Nehemiaii Clark 
Robert (rale Dnvki Jackson 
Oliver Cterk John Benj&mia 
Elclad Bradley Isasc Beach 
Philo Beecher Gideon Hjgga 
Timothy BeeCh^rlesse Beecher 
Josiah Nettietor> Josiah Smith " 
Ira Smith Jouah Swift 



Isaac Tlmmpsi n 
Henry Bristol 
Nath'l Baldwin 
Anson Davis 
Orange Bosvortb 
David Lurn 
David Johnson 



sic 



rond Regiment of Cavalry* 
Dan Li:k1ey, lieutenant-colonel commandant. 
Asa Plal-L major. George Hoadly, adiutant.' Sam- 
uel MerwVn, chaplain, Isaac Benton, quarter-mas- 
ter. Lu/ernc Bartholomew, pay-master. Joseph 
Foot, surgeon. Benjamin W. Dwight, surgeon's- 
mate, / 



ikt Company. 
Vacant captain 
Jonat/han Rose, 1st lieut. 
Anvjis Bradley, 2d do. 
Edward R.Smith, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Vacant captain, 
kmitel Pratt, 1st lieut. 



Joel Kelsey, 2d do L 
SfmecirSmith. cornet. 



H 



od Company. 
Jared Cook, captain. 
Chauncey Hall, 1st lieut. 
Billions Cook, 2d do. 
Ira Gale, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Vacant captain. 
Jonah Treat, 1st lieut. 
Oliver Clark, 2d do. 
Ich. H.VVoodruftj cornel* 
2 



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EG UR Til BRIGADE. 

Burr Gilbert, esq. Brigadier General. 

John Meeker, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

4th Reg't- Asahel Salmon, lieut, col. commands 
Albert Lockwood, 1st maj. Gershom Burr, 2d do. 
Aaron R : -V\ adjutant. Heman Humphrey, chap- 
lain. Lemuel Hawley,j.uxi. quarter-master. Isaac 
Thorp, pay-master. Bennet N. Johnson, surgeon's 
mate. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

SanYiWakeman Joseph Sturges Robert Knap 
Sturges Thorp David Sturges Abei Bears 
Seymour Taylor Elijah Stratton Isaac Bennet 
John Staples John Banks 2d A, D. Baldwin 
Joseph Darling Comfort Starr Eben'r B. Coley 
Joseph Rowland 

Hull Fanton - Peter Bradley Wra. P. Jones 
john R. Reed John Hill 

W. SheiHvood Mimor Jackson Cyr vis Silliman 
Maircss Com/iany. 
Gurdon BartrAm, captain. Ezra Gilbert, 1st It. 
Peter Nichols, 2d lieut. 

MiReg't. Hanfbrd Hoyt, lieut. col. coinmand't^ 
Samuel Dem, 1st maj. Jonathan Wilson, 2d maj* 
Nathan H. Reed, adjutant. Daniel Smit'i, chap- 
lain. Samuel Keeler, quarter-master. Jo An Till- 
man, pay-master. Samuel Webb, surgeon, s Johw 
Augur, surgeon's mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensign t 

Light Infantry, 
Joseph Lockwood Aug. Lockwood Win, Bishop 
Eben'r Mead 2d Gideon Holmes 

Benj. Perine Robert Scolfield Smith Weed 
Jonathan Jesup Joshua Fen is Alexander Henry 
Thos. Lounsburv Wm. King Bates Hoyt 

Tliomas Jcssup ' Horton Reynolds- David- Hobby 



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Cahtains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Monmoth WilsonWm. Leonard Theo, Brundage 

Amos Mead Nath'l Ingersoll John Dibble 
Seth Mead Drake Hussted 

Elijah Weed John Curtis 

28th Reg't. Matthias Nicoll, lieut. col. commands. 
Eph'm I. Wilcoxscn, 1st maj. # Ja's Beardslee, 2d m. 
Abram C. Lewis, adjutant. Ashbel Baldwin, 
chaplain. Richard P. Nichols, pay-master. Nathan 
Tisdale, surgeon. Miner Higby, surgeon's mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Lnsigps. 

Wm. Walker Ira Qurtis Ransom "Beach 

Daniel Burrett Ethan Sherwood S. C. Kirtland 
Philo Lewis N. L. Wheeler 

Christ'r Hubbel Wm. Hawley Eben'r Wheeler 
Elijah Sterling L. Fan child Robert Mallet 
Geo. L ShermanLemuel M'Ewen Eli L. Hawley 
David B. Hubbel John Nichols Jonathan Nichols 
Matross Company. , 

Aaron Hawley, captain. Philip Walker, lieutenant, 

34th Reg't. Buckingham Lockwood, It. col. com't. 
Joseph Chapman, 1st maj. Enoch St. John, 2d maj. 
Stephen B. St. John, adjutant. Samuel Fisher, 
chaplain. Wm. Hawley, pay-master. Daniel 
Kou^hton, surgeon. Warren Percivalj surgeon's 
mate. 

Matross Company* 
Dan Taylor, captain, William G. Betts, 1st lieut. 
Aaron Hovey, 2d lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadiers. 
'Daniel Lee » Eben'r Hoyt Eben'r Smith 
Eben'r Ay res Neh. Lock wood Ezra Benedict 
i 

Andrew HanfordRichardCamp jr Benj. Lockwood 
Jesse S. Bradley S. B. Gruman Philip Northrop- 
R. Benedict Jonathan Riggs Jacob Moore 



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R. Montgomery Wrn. Bclden 
Martin Hanford Jacob Selljck 
Isaac Hoyt 

John Gray Jabez Adams 

Thomas Rusco Joh n D urmrn e; 



Erastus Sturges 
Jacob Reed 
Sei:iek SejelyG 
Hez. JeiihT' 
James IIodr.es 



Fourth Regime 
Enoch Foote. lieut. 
Abel Hall, major. Gid< 
Ambrose Todd, chaplain, 
master, Charles Nichols 
Nash, surgeon. Richard 
Hezekiah Ripley, serjeant 

Xst Company. 
Elijah Hawley, captain. 
Daniel Curtis, 1st lieut. 
Nathan Wells, 2d lieut. 
Silas B. Beardsley, corn. 

2d Comfiany. 
Eben'r Cr^fut, captain. 
Daniel Turrel, 1st lieut. 
Justus Price, 2d lieut. 
Ezra Scoliield, cornet. 



nt of Cavalry,, 
col. commandant, 
on Tomlinsoa, adjutant 
Simon Backus, quarter 
pav~maxter. Wm. B 
Hyde, surgeon's mate J 
major. 

3.'/ Comfiany. 
Joseph Rowland, capt, 1 
James Winton, 1st iient j 
Aaron Hall, jnn. 2d Heat r 
Isaac Sanford, cornet. 

4,'h Com/} any. 
Isaac Quintard, captain I 
Amos Hasted, 1st lieut..! 

Vacant, 2d lieut. 
Justus Sacket, cornet. I 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of ti*e 3d and 5th Brigades. 
Zachariah Huntington, esq. Major-General. 

Jiralilsham I Aids dc Ca^i. 

Charles P. Huntington, 3 * 



1HIRD BRIGADE. 

William Williams, esq. Brigadier-General. 
Joshua Downer, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

3d Ueg't. Mulford Raymond, lieut. col. comm'dl 
Simeon Smith, 1st Ma], John P. Trot?, 2d maj 



93 

John H. Frink, adjutant. Abel M'Ewcn, chap- 
lain. Jonathan Starr, jun. quarter-master. Henry 
Perkins, pay-master. . 

In deft cndcn t Com/way . 
Peter Beebe, captain. Nathan Bingham, lieuten- 
ant. Henry Douglass, ensign. 

Light Infantry* 
John Forsyth, captain. Samuel Thompson, lieu- 
tenant. Washington Fox, ensign. 

CafUains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Oliver D. Beebe Lodo. Fosdick George Starr 
Joshua Avery George Culver Vacant 
William Vallet Joshua Raymond Enos West 
Daniel Howard James Powers John Howard 
Robert Douglass John A. Latimor«Amos Crocker 

William More Wm. Keeney, j'r 

JDaniel Smith Peter Comstock Giles Turner 
.JoelLoomis John S.Miller Ezra Keeney 

8thREG'T. William Coggswell, lieut. col. com'dt. 
,|lchabod Stoddard, 1st maj. Wm. Belcher, 2d maj. 
Daniel M. Lester, adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, 
chaplain. Elisha T. Abel, quarter-master. Thom- 
as Avery, pay-master. Bisljop T>Jer, surgeon. 
James S. Lester, sergeant-major. Matthew Cock, 
quarter-master-sergeant. 

CafUains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Shubael Park Wm. W. Avery Adieu Cook 
Ja's WoodmanseeNich. &. Lester Noyes Barber 
Elisha Avery Allvn Williams Sdas Niles 
A. Stewart, jun. Dan'l Hutch insonThomas Stewart 
Dan'l Morgan, 3d Joseph Stanton Joseph C- Tyler 
Dan'l Packer, j'rJesse Williams Sylv. R. Clark 
Eneas Morgan Stephen Billings Erastus Williams 
John Morgan, j'rElisha Smith Jonas Ayre 
Amos Geer, j'r Samuel Wood James Geer 

20th Rkg't. Samuel Tyler, lieut. col. commands. 
Nath'l llowland, 1st ma. Gerard Carpenter, 2d ma, 



Joseph Williams, adjutant, Joseph Strong, chap- 
lain.' James Stedman, qu irt'jr- 4 nasrer. Willi:-™ 
Gordon, pay-master. George Tisdale, $»rgeohl 
Henry Rogers/ surgeon 'a-mate. 

Matron Comjianv, 

James Gordon, captain . Barrei\Vood\vor lb, lieu- 
tenant, Roswell Morgan, ou'-igu. 

Grcmadier Comjiany. + 

Stephen B. Allyh, captain, Charles French,lieu- 
tenant. Samuel Story, ensign- 

Light Infantry Company. 
Eber Backus, captain. A't%nfc.tus Lathrop, lieu 
tenant Joseph Williams, jY, ensign. 

Ccfitains Lieutenants Enoigns 

Martin Edgar ton Amos Rennet. Joshua M mles 
Gurdi >i\ Tracy J<aama Tracy Eoenezer Feck 
Freeman Tracy Roswell Adams Jedidiah Baker 
Elisha Brewster r>enj4mm Olin Smith Adams 
N. Waterman fhenez-r Hough ftlvfah Abel 
Milton Hyde Levi Armstrong Thomas Do-.v 
Ralph BoUes Luther Edgai ton Joseph Williams 
John Peck Abijm P> rkins Charles Perkins 



30th Reg't. Isaac Williams, 2d, Kent, coh comVit. 
John Baldwin, lstroaj. William Ratd.t'1, 2d mai. 
Cyrus Williams, adjutant. "Vacant chaplain.. La 
tham Hall, qu arte.r-mnster. Giles ft, H ill. tin. pay- 
master. William Lord, surgeon. Joim Biliia&s, 
surgeon's-mrte. 

Cufitains Ue::ie -Hints Lntigns 

Elijah barrow John LangvVorthy^toses PeadEtnn 
Daniel Baldwin Asa A. Swan Stephen Frink 
Jared Wilcox Ichpfood Brown Joss.* B -f f~d 
Nathan W-eelei Isaac Williams Lath. Williams lf a( , 
Randall Brown Phineas Wheeler K\ t 

K. Pendleton, j'rChr. Brown, j'r Jaifus Palme 
Daniel Miner Amos Holmes Phin. Whee'er 1'^ 
StepacnBrewster Wihiana Potter Arch. Mernt 



Chr 

m 

CjTI 



95 



•3(1 Ri'G'T. Beth Ely, j r, Ikut. col. commandant. 

iYiJiiam Sterling; 1st maj. Asa Comstcck, 2d maj. 

IVUHarH M. Johnson, adjutant. Lathrop Rock- 



— -op *%— - 

ivell, chaplain. Erastus Sterling, quarter-master. 
Samuel B. Mather, pay-master. Christo. Holmes, 

iVgcOtri iviatkcr Marvin, surgeon Vnuite. 
M:i Pros* Company. 

Marsh Ely, captain. Richard H. Ely, 1st lieut. 
l »\ iliiarn II. "John son, 2d lieutenant. 

JJg/il Inf&ntry CoifipanY. 

Thomas Sill, cap'ain. Erastiis Sterling, lieuten- 
mt. Stephen Sterling ensign. 

Cafuain§ J J cut en ants F.?i&igns 

DiodattGriswoldChark's Sn,ith . ISTath'i Clarke 
John.M. Lee Elkenah Huntieyj. Man waring 
Joseph E- Ely Fetor Lord And'w ^exhwith 

William Matson Oliver ComstockDaniel Pratt 
Kdw'dLatimore Edward Moore Nathan Rogers 
Rob'tHungerfordCiUurn. ReckwiihSamucl Ackley 



, Third Regiment, of Cavalry* 

Chester Smith, lieutenant-colonel commandant. 

Jehial Johnson, major. Hosea Wheeler, adjutant. 

Christopher Avery: chaplain. William Smith, 

aiiar tor-master. Amos Hull pay-master. John 

Smith, surgeon. Vacant surgeon 's-mate. 



1st Company* 
William Crocker, capt 
Cyrus Punderson, 1st It- 
[Samuel Onager, 2d do. 
Jared Hyde, cornet. 

"2d Company* 
Vacant captain. * 
Caleb Ames, 1st lieut. 
Vacant 2d do. 
Vacant cornet. 



%& Coin p. any. 
Jared Baker, capt. 
Jolin Leach, 1st lieut. 
Vacant "2(1 do. 
Geo. A. Miller, cornet. 

Aih Company. 
Daniel Giant, captain. 
Ho-ea Wheeler, 1st lieut. 
Efisha Williams, 2d do. 
| Ellas Holmes, cornet. 



96 

FIFTH BRIGADE. 
Jedediah Johnson, esq. Brigadier General. 
John Fitch, Brigade Major and Inspector, 



5th Reg't. John Salter, lieut. col. commandant. 
Royal Storrs, 1st maj, Jason Woodward, 2d maj. 
Truman Hanks, adjutant. Moses C. Welch, 
chaplain,. Dyer Clark, quarter-master. Roger 
Southworth, pay -master. Earl Swift, surgeon. John 
U. Holmes, surgeons mate. 

Ala tr oss Company. 
Gurdon Huntington, captain. Ebenezer Hunting- 
ton, 1st lieut. Gurdon Hebard, 2d lieut. 

Captains lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenad:.r Company* 
Edmund Badger John Brown A.Hammond 

'Light Infantry Company. 
Seth Dunham Joel C. Johnson Luther ToplifF 

David Young Sumner Babcock Chester Abbe 

Roswell Eaton George Swift Elias Robinson 

Ephraim Palmer Ralph Manning John P. Gager 

Samuel Sumner Ebenezer Byles Moses Jtichards 

Philip Pearl jun Elisha Fuller Royal Durkee 

Jcsephus DunhamRoderick Rose Ambrose Hilliard 

Amos Chaffe Alfred Clark 

Alvin Kimball John Preston Shub'l Chapman 



Gair 



Rati 

h 



llth Reg't. David Holmes, lieut. col. commands, y^ 
Sanford Holmes, 1st maj. Samuel Allen, 2d maj. 
John Mason, adjutant. Wm. Graves, chaplain, 

Nathan 'el M'Clellan, quarter-master. Bolles, 

pay- master. Darius Hutchins, surgeon. James 
Webb, surgeon's mate. 

Alatross Comfiany- 

Resolved Wheaton, captain. Eleazer Williams, 

1st lieut. Samuel Sabin, 2d lieut. Noah Sabin, 3d It 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 

Luther Baldwin Jos. Kingsbury. John V. Gleassii 



Jacl Taylor 

Alfred Holmes 
Jonathan Lyon jr 
Nathan Fuller 
David Chase 
Aaron Child 
Resolved Sabin 
Wm. Osgood 
Tyler Bates 
John Chandler 



Light Infantry. 
Josiah Comins P. Whittemore 



Zeph. Williams 
Jacob Lyon 
John Kelley 
Sirah Morah 
Jonathan May 
Theod. Dwight 
Elijah Griggs 
Darius Stair 
Thomas Corbin 



David Braton 
Luther Tucker 
Wm. Whipple 
George Pray 
Eliakim May 
Jona. Nichols jr 
John Osgood 
John Joslin 
Marvin Clark 



12thREG f T. Eiisha Buel, lieut col. commandant. 
Zabdiel Hyde, 1st maj. Cornelius Shepard, £d maj. 
Eliphalet Huntington, adjutant. Amos Basset, 
chaplain. Erastus Fuller, quarter-master. James 
Mason, jun. pay-master. John S. Peters, surgeon- 
John Pain, surgeon's mate 

Matrass Company* 
Daniel Bascom, captain. Abijah Root, 1st Heat* 
jSamuel Wright, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenant* Ensigns* 

Grenadier Company* 
sahel Kingsley Oliver Kingsley Asahel Dewey 
, Light Infantry. 

Nath. WalsworthThos. Babcock Amos Leech 



L 



Hez. Bissell 
Amherst Scovel 
|fohn Thomas 
ilohn Curtiss 
Silas Jones 
ipamuel Peters 
lludah Porter 
jSylvanus Haynes 



—• «— Bissell 
Sam'l West jun. 
Erastus Wattles. 
Norton Waters 
Eiisha Sprague 
Ezekiel A. Post 
Anson Gillett 
Cyrus Williams 



Jos. T. Burnham 
Ira Holebrook 
Wm. Randall 
Oram el Bigelow 
Seba Loom is 
El. Hutchinson 
Richard Crouch 
Eben'rSpafford 



?lst Reg't. Daniel W T heeler> lieut. col. commands 
ioshua Adams, ht maj. George W< Gordon, 2d maj. 



98 

William Kinne, adjutant. Erasttis Learned, chap- 
Iain. Samuel Hutchins, quarter-muster. Isaac 
Knight, jun. pay-master. Jared Fuller, surgeon. 
Hdiyef Robinson, surgeon's mate. 
Matross Company* 
Eleazer Mather, captain. Henry T. Franklin, 
3 st lieutenant. Joel E- Searls, 2d lieut. Stephen 
Tyler, 3d lieut. David Blanchard, 4th lieut. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company* 
Geo. Middleton Eben'r Eaton jr Art. Baker jun* 

Light Lnfantry Company. 
Joseph Sinims Nathan Fish John Dixon 



Lem'l Wood war 
John Baldwin 
Benj. Pierce 
Isaac Gallup 
Ant. Stranaham 
Joel Winchester 
Henry Dorrance 
Jona. Milliard 
Wm. In graham 



dSimesn Jones 
Steph. Farnham 
}. Scarborough 
Daniel Keigwin 
Nathan Burgess 
Samuel Henry 
Daniel Hunt 
Sterry Kinne 



Anson Johnson 
Sylv. Adams 
Peter Davison 
Moses Wyfie 
Waldo Johnson 
Arunah Butts 
William Rhoads 
Miner Robbins 
Cyrus Day 



Fifth Regiment of Cavalry. 

Isaiah Loomis, lieut. col. commandant 

Simon House, major. Amasa Lyon, adjutant. Isaa 



Hoxey, quarter-master. 
Amas'a Carroll, surgeon, 
mate. 

1st Comfiany* 
Stephen F. Palmer, capt. 
Eph'm Parker, 1st lieut. 
-Sam'l Buckaal,jun. 2d It. 
Levi Work, cornet. 

2d Company* 
Dixon Hall, captain. 
Pierre Smith, 1st lieut- 
Danl Litchfield, 2d lieut. 
Timo« Baldwin, cornet. 



Abel" Gay, pay- master 
Simon Hunt, surgeon* 

3g? Com fi any. 
Timo. Hinckley, capt 
Elea. Sweetland, 1st liei 
Joshua Clark, 2d lieut. 
Roger Bailey, cornet. 

4th Company* 
Chester Cady, captain 
John Austin, 1st lieut. 
Charles Smith, 2d lieut 
D- Matthewson, cornet, 



99 
FOURTH DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 6lh and 8th Brigades. 
Augustine Taylor, esq. Major-General. 

£ Aids - de- Caw fa 



SIXTH BRIGADE- 
David Thompson, esq. Brigadier General* 
Aaron Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector, 

14th Reg't. Jeremiah W. Phelps, lient- col. comdt, 
Elisha Sterling, 1st maj. Nath*J Stevens, 2d maj. 
Nathaniel Robbins, adjutant. Ammi R. Robbins, 
chaplain. Ezekiel Wilcox, quarter- master. Leney 
M'Kean, pay-master. Benjamin Welch, surgeon. 
Ovid Plumb/ surgeon's mate. 

Captains Lieutenants F.nsign* 

Henry VandurzenHenry Gains Isaac Green 
Are.'Hos-ford Luther Buckley 

Ros. Humphrey Bushnel Knap Augus. Phelps 
Jesse Smith John Bissell David Landon 

Aaron Case Noah Miner Edmund Brown 

Da v i d Tay for Amos Hun t A ttm ah Dem in g 

Benj. Bige'ow Joseph Battle Arrrasa Cady 
John A. butcher John Fellows Ira Hail 
Alex' r Lamb Wm. Morgan Win. Sardam 
Seth Rockwell Pearly Hubbard James Sheldon 
Ashbel Langdon 

iTtfi Reg't. Nath'l Goodwin, licut. col. commands. 

Ja's Marsh 2d, 1st maj. Cypi ian Webster, jr. 2d m. 
Russell Abernethy, adjutant. Judah Champien, 

chaplain. Morris Woodruff, quarter-master. Tho's 
. Trowbvidre, pay -master. Abel Catlin, 2d. surgeon. 
Captdms* Lieut a; ants, Ensigns 

T. Trowbriilge Jonathan Buel Daniel Garrit 

Herman Srr, e Enos Stoddard Seth Landni jr. 
: Micah Goodwin Cha's Baldwin Miles Norton 

Rgs., Uensdale Olmrstead Catlin R. Bartholomew 



100 

Benj. Phelps Levi Munsell Elisha Loomis 

ErastusGoodwm Amos Benton Aruna Orton 

Ja's A. Perkins Ph. W. Nobles Edm. Baldwin 

Wra. Battle, jr. Seth Treadway Jere. Spencer 

Joel Potter Tho's S. Grace Beiaj. Griswold 

Horace Catlin James Gilbert 

25th Reg't. Eli Wilder, hent. col. commandant. 
Gaylord Andrews, 1st maj. Martin Driggs, 2d maj. 
Bissel Hinsdale, adjutant. Chauncey Lee, chap- 
lain. Wareham Williams, quarter-master. — 
Newel, pay-master. Thomas C. Brinsmade, sur- 
geon. Beacher, surgeon's-mate. 

Abernithy, sergeant-major. Moses Hayden, quar 
ter-master-sergeant, 

Ca/itains Lieutenants JE?isigns 

Abiel Loomis Daniel Eno Abijah North way 

Michael Kellogg Joseph Bid well Alvin Humphrey 
Timothy Pitkin Jeduth. Goodwin James Henderson 
Jabin Clark Aaron Coe Reuben Benson 

Leonard HurlbutDaniel Phelps William Bunnell 
Zopher Case Aaron Hart 

Nath'l Hayden Redout Moore Isr. Williams, j'r 
Timothy Babcock Joseph Taintor Samuel Austin 
Jacob Seymour Samuel Hoadley Samuel Camp 
Joseph Moore Dan Wilcox Levi Hask 

S5th Reg't. Samuel Canfield, lieut. col. comman't, 

Birdsey Norton, 1st maj. John Dickerson, 2d maj. 

[Ao Return of Staff Officers*] 

Matrass Com/iany. 

Stephen Icars, captain. Abner Burnham, 1st lieu- W 

tenant. James Gay, 2d lieutenant. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Sturges WilliamsJohn H. Pierce Josiah Hopkins 
Jona. Wadhams Ozias Judd 
Reuben North Cephas Ives Zinjri Hills 
John Pierce, j'r William Dean Nathan Lampsoi] 
George King, j'r Benjamin Leney Buel Mariner 



Cti/'iluin^ Lieutenant a Enwgtii 
Mark Hopkins John Hamilton Abr.er Harmon 
David Gould, j'r Ozias Garcly Isaac Lyman 
Samuel E.EverittDaniel Pettibone Asa Skiff 
Lather Harrison Jed White ■— White 

Sixth Regiment of Cavalry* 

Russell Hanks, lieuteaant-colone] commandant. 

Thacklev.s Griswokl, irugcr. Samuel Phillips, ad' 

jfutant. Asahel Hooker, chaplain. Halsey Phillips, 

pay-master, Joseph Wilcox, quarter-master. Jei^e 

CarrinQton, surgeon. 

od Company* 
Grind Spencer, captain 
Samuel Bradley, 1st iicut, 
Stephen P. Hand, 2d do, 
Vacant, cornet. 

4th Company* 
Eli Candy, captain. 
Vacant, 1st licut, 
Vacant, Jd do. 
Vacant, cornel* 



1st Company. 
Abraham Burk, captain 
Samuel Hyde, 1st lieut. 
John Ives, 2d do. 
'Josiah Lawrence, cornet. 

2t/ Cow 7 '; any* 
Samuel Took, captain 
I?aac Mervil, 1st lieut. 
Theodore Ensign, 2d do. 
Oliver Allen, cornet. 



EIGHTH BRIG JDE> 

Ephraim Hinman,c.<-q. Brigadier General, 

Lucius Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector, 

Henry Brown, Brigade Quarter-Master, 



ISth jR"eg't. Truman Hinman, lieut. col. comm'dt* 
Enos Warner, 1st major. David Bird, 2d major. 
Nathaniel Lamson adjutant. Noah Benedict, 
chaplain. David Hied, quarter-master. Sheldon 
Leavett, pay-master. Anthony Burrit, surgeon. 
Vacant surgecn's-mate. 

Captains* Lieutenants* Ensigns. 

Light Infantry. 

Judson Hind David Downs D. Leavenworth 

^Daniel Hurlbut Abijah S. Hatch JohnN* Shtraan 

1% 



102 

Cafaains Lieutenants Ensigns 

.Jesse Minor E. Sherman,j'r 
Truman WheelerEli Hall Japhet Curtis 

Nat* Burton, j'r Dan r l C. Sherman 
David Weller 
D. P. Edmund William French Reuben Ward 
Eph'm Doolittle Phineas Crane William Kasson 
Nath'l Wooster Elisha Oatman Henry Bassett 

16th Regt. Russell White, lieut. col. commandant 
EpVm M. White, 1st maj. Tim. Shepherd, 2d maj 
Zar Joyce, adjutant. Daniel Bsrhans, chaplain 
Henry S. W T hiting, quarter-master, Daniel Haw 
ley, pay-m aster. Benjamin Curtiss, surgeon. Vai 
c'&i surgeon's-mate. 

Matrass Comfiany* 
E. W. Bull, captain, S. Allen, 1st lieutenan 1 
Vacant 2d lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants ILnsigns 

Light I? i fan try, 
Gould St. John Arnold Foot John Hull 

Zach. Griswold Horace Bull Tallio P. Clark 
James Nichols Henry Glover Isaac Tomlins© 
Eli Starr Arch'. Benedict James Wakem's 

James Fairman Tho's B.'Betts Daniel C. Peck 
Eph. B. OsborneElias Stephens 
William Howe James De Forest Timothy Weed 
Asa Hoyt Noah S.EanahamAbel Hoyt 

William Micker Asahel Dunning Charles Jones 
Ros'l Sherwood D. S. Blackman Eben'r Griffin 

26th Reg't. Micah Blakeslee, lieut, col. comman 
Garret Smith, 1st major. Isaac Upson, 2d major; 
Miles Dunbar, adjutant. Russell Wheeler, cha 
lain. Hector Smith, quarter-master. Isaiah Dc 
little, pay-master. John Potter surgeon. Aws 
Tuttle, surgeon's-matc. 



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105 

Ca/i tains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry* 

Lemuel Porter Thomas Welton Reuben Chatfield 

Daniel Miils Titus Seymour Linus Blakeslee 

Harmon Bronson Cyrus Clark Silas Gridley 

Joseph WoodruffEH Bardsley Samuel Hicox 

David Royce Selden Shelton Roderic Stanley 

Landon LovemanTimo. Richards Benj. De Forest 

Jesse All cox Joel Allcox Royce Lewis 

Daniel Eells ' Ira Hotchkiss Wyllys Jerret 

Harvey fcjpson John Norton Isaac Hopkins 

Philo Bronson Silas Porter Marcus Bronson 

29th Reg't. William Coggswell, lieut, col. comm't. 
Timothy Richards, 1st maj. Beebe Hine, '2d maj. 
Daniel B. Brinsmade, adjutant* Ebenezer Por- 
ter, chaplain. Oliver Warner, quarter-master. Wal- 
ter Booth, pay-master. Ebenezer Smith, surgeon. 
Amasa Wright, surgeon 's-mate. 
- Matross Company. — Antes Smith, capt-.Jn. Da- 
vid Piatt, 1st lieut. Nathaniel Farrand, 2d lieut. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry, 
Philo Miils Zachariah Skiff Jacob Winegar 

Gideon Camp William Cone 

Jesse St. John. Hopson Pratt Mic*h Spooner 

William Ford Lewis Ford David Curtis* 
Ichabod Noble Ja's M'Marhorn Elisha Marsh 

Ly sander CurtissSamuel Gilbert W. Sturtevant 

Elijah Meeker Noble Day Homer Walter 

Levi Hubbell Jona'n Giddings Abel N. Stewart 

Joel Sanford Richard Randall 



Eighth Regiment of Cavalry, 
William Taylor, lieutenant-colonel commandant. 
Edmond Lock wood, major. Elias Starr, adju- 
tant. Azel Backus, chaplain. Joseph Gregory, 
quarter -master. Vacant pay-master. 

[ f Vo Return of Company Officers .1 



104 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 

In the State of Conneeriiut r 



COUNTY OS 

He?- (ford 
Ilev. Nathan Strong d d. 

Abel Flint 

NathanPerkins ihxk 

Mcnzies Rayntr E 

Henry Grew B 

Berlin J. Sinalley d.i>, 

Benoni Upson 

Evan Johns 

Plurality % 

Bristol Giles EtCowIes 

Daniel Wildinan B 
Btirlhig-tcn Jona. Miller 

Vacant R 

C:ntG}i Jere. TTailock 

Jar ed Miils B 

Bast -I/a r /ford 

Andrew Yates 

Vacant 

Alas Brumley B 
East- Windsor 

David M'Clure d.d. 

Shubael Bartlett 

Plurality E 

Er.jiAd Seiie. Pruddcn 

Vacant AC 

George Atwell B 
Marlborough 

D.uid B. Rip'ey 
Farming £c?/Noah Porter 

Rufus II aw ley 
Glustenbury P. Ilawes 

Joseph Strong 



HARTFORD. 

Nathan B. Burges E 

Gran by Isaac Porter 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Asa Corn well E 
Vacant B 

Hartland Aaron Chureh 
Hfithaniel Gay lord 

Southington 

William Robinson 
Plurality E 

Vacant IS 

&&r& Ebenezer Gay 
"Daniel Waldo 
Vacant E 

Vacant B 

John Hastings B 

Simsburv Vacant 

Plurality E 

Vacant & 

Wethers field * -* 
John Marshes*. 
Joshua Belden") 
Joab Brace y 
Calvin Chapln" 
^ Vacant B 

Windsor 

Henry A. Rowland 

William F. Miller 

Vacant 

Abel Gilfet F» 

Fred- Chapman B 



lOo 



COUNTY OF 

A ew- Haven 
Rev. Moses Stuart 

Samuel Merwin 

TimothyDwightD.D. 

Abna. Jarvis d.b. E 

BelaHubbardp.D. E 

Noah Willistmi 
Br an ford 

Timothy P. Gillet 

Matthew Noyes 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Cheshire John Foot 

Oliver Hitchcock 

Vacant 

Reuben Ives B 

Derby Vacant 

Abner Smith 

Rich'dMansfield} E 

Calvin White 3 

Plurality E 

Mast-FIaveu Saul Clark 

V acant 

Vacant E 

^Guilford Aaron Dutton 

John Elliott 

Vacant 

Plurality E 

Hamden John Hyde 



E 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Abraham Ailing 

Plurality 
Milford Caleb Pitkin 

Beza. Pinneo 

Erastus Scranton 

Vacant E 

Meriden Erastus Ripley 

Samuel Miller 
Middlebury Ira Hart 
.A orth-Haven 

Benj. Trumbull d. d. 

Vacant E 

Oxford Vacant 

Cfoauncey Prindle E 
South bury 

Benjamin Wildman 

Bennet Tyler 
Woodbridge Vacant 

Vacant 
Wallingford 

James Noyes 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant 
TVaterbury 

Vacant 

Vacant 
Horace V. Barber £ 
Wolcott 

Israel B. Woodward 



Vacant 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



Aejtv-London 
Rev. Abel M fc Ewen 

Charles Seabury E 
Samuel West B 

Bozrah Jona. Murdock 
Vacant B 



Colchester Salmon Cone 
Ezra Stiles Ely 
Vacant 

Eliada Blakesley B 
Asa Wilcox B 

Franklin Samuel Nott 



106 



Grot oil Vacant 


Walter King 




Vacant 


John Tyler 


E 


Vacant AC 


John Sterry 


B 


Silas Burrows B 


A orth - Stoning ton 




JohnG.VViRhtmanB 


Peleg Randall 


B 


Lisbon Levi Nelson 


Simeon Brown 


B 


Andrew Lee 


Preston 




Amos Reed B 


Lemuel Tyler 




Lyme Lathrop Rockwell 


Vacant 




Vacant 


Plurality 


E 


David Huntington 


Vacant 


AC 


Jason Lee B 


Vacant 


B 


Vacant AC 


Stoning ton Vacant 




Montvitle Abishai Aiden 


Christo. Avery 


AC 


Vacant 


Vacant 


B 


Robert Fargo AC 


Water ford 




Reuben Palmer B 


Z idock Darrew 


B| 


J\ or wick 


Jabez Beebe 


1 


Joseph Strong d.d. 







1i< 



COUNTY OF 

Fairjield 

Rev. Heman Humphries 
Hez. Ripley d.d 
Vacant 

Philo Shelton E 

Asahel Morse B 

Brookjield 

Richard Williams 
Plurality E 

Dan bury Israel Ward 
Samuel Stur^es 
Elijah G. Plumb E 
Eben. White Sand. 
Nathan Buckley B 
Ben net Pepper B 

Greenwich Vacant 
Isaac Lewis d.d. 
Plurality E 



FAIRFIELD. 

Huruington D« Ely d d» 

Vacant 

AhFrbrose Todd E 
New -Canaan Va cant 

Wiljiam Bonney 

Plurality 
j\ew- Fair field 

Medad Rogers 
Aewtown Jehu Clark 

Daniel Burhans 

John Sherman 1 

Solomon Glover L 
Normtik 

R os well R. Swan 
- Henry Whitlock I 
Redding 'Nath'i 15 irtlet 

Jonathan Bartlett 

Plurality I 



h 



hm 






107 

RidgefiM S. Goodrich 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Plurality E 

Shaman 

Multby -Gelston 
Itatnford Daniel Smith 

William Fisher 

Amzi Lewis 

]"']p.V: Buffett 

Vacant E 

Ehenezer Ferris B 



Stratford 

Stephen W* Stebbins 
Elijah Waterman 



Ashbel Baldwin 

Vacant 
Trumbull 

Daniel C. Banks 

Plurality 
Weston Vacant 

James Johnson 

Plurality 
Wilion Samuel Fisher 

St. John B 



E 



E 



COUNTY OF 

\Windham 

William Andrews 

Elijah G. Wells 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Joshua Abbey 
hford Vacant 

William Storrs 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Whitman 

Brooklyn 

J. Whitney d.d. 

Daniel Fog 
Columbia Vacant 
Canterbury 

George Leonard 

Erastus Learned 
Ham fit on 

Ludovicus Weld 

Abel Palmer 
'Killingly Elisha Atkins 

Israel Day 



AC 
B 

B 



B 



WINDHAW. 

Gurdon Johnson 

Calvin Cooper B 
Lebanon Zebulon Ely 

William B. Ripley 

]ohn Giirley 

Vacant 

Nehemiah Dodge B 
Mansfield 

Samuel P. Williams 

Moses C- Welch 

Joshua Bradley B 
Plainfidd 

Joel Benedict d.d. 



Nathaniel Cole 
Pom/ret Asa King 

Walter Lyon 

Plurality 

James Grew 
Sterling Vacant 
TJiom/ison 

Daniel Dow 

Pierson Crosby 
Voluntown Vacant 

Vacant 



B 



E 
B 



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Amos Crandal AC 


Alvin Underwood 






Woodstock Eliph. Lyman 


An] os Wells 


B 




William Graves 


Bial L c Doit 


B 




COUNTY OF 3 


,ITCHFIELD. 




; 


Litchfield 


Plymouth 






Rev. Judah Champion") 
Dan Huntington 3 


Simon Watermar 


■ 




Plurality 


E 




Amos*Ch ise 


Roxbury 






Joseph E. Camp 


Zephaniah Swift 






Truman Marsh E 


Plurality 


E 




Abraham Fowkr 


Isaac Fuller 


B j 


ill 


Vacant B 


• Sharon David L. Pen 


'V 


Bcthlem 


Daniel Parker 






Azel Backus 


Vacant 


B 


Plurality E 


Salisbury 






Bark hem fist cad 


Joseph W. Grossman 




Ozias Eells 


Southbury 


it, 


James Beach 


Benjamin Wildman ! 




Colcbrook ChaunceV Lee 


Vacant 






Rufus Babcock B 


Torrington 






Canaan Pitkin Cowles 


Alexander Gillet 






Charles Prentice 


Samuel J. Mills 




Lev 


Vacant B 


Isaac Bellows 


B 


Cornwall 


Washington 




/,",'; 


Timothy Stone 


Ebenezer Porter 






Josiah Hawes 


Samuel Whittlesey 




Gos/um Asahel Hooker 


Plurality 


E 


%!i 


Harwinto7i 


Plurality 


E 




Joshua Williams 


Warren Peter Starr 






Roger Scarle E 


Vacant 


B 




Kent Joel Board well 


Water town 




J 
1 


.A cw-Milford 


Uriel Gridley 




1 


Andrew Elliott 


Russell Wheeler 


E 




Benj. Benham E 


Woodbury 




'iS'f 


J\ew- Hartford 


Noah Benedict 




h 


Amasa Jerome 


Vacant 


E 


Vacant B 


1 Winchester Vacant 




\ 


Norfolk Ammi R. Robins 


Asa Talmage 







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COUKTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



Middlttonvn 


East-Haddam 


\ev. Enoch Huntington 


Elijah Parsons 


Vacant E 


WilliamLyman d.d v 


Vacant 


Joseph Vail 


Vacant 


Solo. Blake sley K 


Thomas Minor 


Sim. Dickinson B 


Vacant 


Haddam David F. Fiekl 


Joseph Graves AC 


KiUingivorth 


Grant B 


Achilles' Mansfield 


Enoch Green B 


Josiah B. Andrews 


Jhatham 


Say brook 


Cyprian Strong d.d. 


Fred. W- Hctehkiss 


David Selden 


Richard Ely "> 
Aaron Hovey_S 


Joel West 


Smith Miles E 


Thomas Rich 


Vacant B 


Samuel Mills 


Durham David Smith 


Plural ity^ E 


Plurality E 


Eliphalet Lester B 



COUN 

Tolland 
.lev. N. Williams d.d, 

Jonathan Goodwin B 
Hebron Amos Basset 

Nathan Gillet 

Plurality E 

Bolton George Colton 

Ehenezcr Kellogg 
Coventry Abiel Abbot 

Eph. T.Woodruff 

Royal Tyler 



OF TOLLAND, 

Ellington 

Dicdate Brcckway 
Somcrs 

William L. Strong 
Stafford Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant 
Union Vacant 
Wellington 

Hubbil Loomis 

David Lillibridge B 



Unsettled Ministers and Licentiates from the se- 
veral Associations* 
> Rev. — David Avery, Mansfield ; Simon Backus, 
ffidgepor.t ; Samuel Camp, Riclgebury ; Aaron 
SUeaveland, Wethersheld ; James Dana, D.D. New- 
Jfaven ; George Hall, East-Haddam ; Claudius 
K 



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HpitjcIl, He ^' -Haven ; Calvin Inga's, Stafford'; 
William Lojrkwood, Glastenbury ; J?bez Muns^f 
J^ew-Loticlbn ; Samuel Mimscl), Huntington ; Join 
Noves, Norjfiekl ; Thomas Robbins, N<>riolk^ Sam 
pel Stebbuis, Symsburv ; Thomas Wiihains, Pom 
fret. ' 

Licenced Candidates* 
Jason Allen, jun. Montville ; Charles Atvateil 
Kew-Harjsn ; Jonathan Bird, Eerlin ; Reuben Ciu 
pin, Sorters ; John Chester, jun. Wethersfield 
George Colton, Hartford; Chester Colton, Har 
ford; Noyes Darling, Yale College; Mills Da? 
Yale College ; John G, Dorrance, Brooklyn ; Josep 
Edwards, Middletown ; Nathaniel Freeman, Nev 
Haven ; Henry Frcst,New-Iiaven ; AsahelGaylori 
Norfolk; Silas Hi gfey, Granby ; Bela Kellogg, Nev 
Haven ; Francis King, Bolton ; Gilbert R. Living 
bj >n, Reclhook ; Frederick Marsh, New-Hartforc 1 
Allen M'Lean, Bolton ; Mark Mead, Greenwich 
Thomas Punderson* New-Haven; Andrew Rawso 
Braltleborough ; James W. Hobbins, Norfolk p 
Thomas Ruggles, Guilford ; Nathan Strong;, ju 
K&rfford ; William F. Vail, East-Haddam ; Hez 
kiah G. Ufford, Stratford ; Horatio Waldo, Cove 
try ; Stephen Williams, Woodstock ; Timothy W 
liams, Woodstock ; Joshua L. W r ilhams, Harwi 
tin ; Lr.ke Wood, Sotners ; John Woodbrid^ 
Southampton. 



h 

hi 
Committee. to c ertifij the regular standing qffireat |^ 

ens travelling from t.ris into other parts of \V 

United States. 

Rev. Messrs. Nathan Perkins, D.D. William R»f 
inson, Benjamin Trumbull, D. D. Matthew Nov] ' 
Joseph Strong, D. D. Isaac Lewis, D.D. David " 
D. D. Ptoses C. Welch, Andrew Lee, Samue 
Mills, Dan Huntington, Elijah Parsons, and Natlj 
Williams, D. D, 



'Jcr 



Ill 

Delegates to the General Assembly of the Prcsby* 
teriti.li Church, to convene at Philadelphia, the 
_ third Thursday of May* 16" 09. 

<■■• Messrs. Bazaleel Pinneo, Timothy I) wight, 
D.I), and John Elliott. Substitutes— Rev . Messrs* 
[ieaiy A. Rowland, Chauncey Lee, and Z^bulon 
Ely. 

Baptist Ordained Unsettled Ministers. 

Rev. Messrs, Asa Spalding, Asher Miner, Jed'di- 
kh Randall, Roswell Burrows, William Hiil, William 
Welch, Jacob Winchel, Oatley. 

Preachers ofihs Methodist Episcopal Church. 



New-England 'Conference. 

Boston District* 
John Brodhead, Presiding Elder. 
Boston, Daniel Webb/ Martin- Rutter 

Lymu Dan Young 

Marblehead, David Bachelor 
Salisbury ^P ofi~ ^ William Stevens, Alfred Medcalf, 
prc, 6* balem, > Thomas Ashbury 
Ilarwick, Erastus Otis 

mndvi'h and Cj ,, SlT)e]! ; T os „, h M ^ 
mtituate, C 

AeTV'Beciford) Epaphras Kibby 
mantuefcei) Kehgtoiafi Cove 
m&wport} Samuel Merwm 

Bristol, Jordan Rexford 

W ho de- Island^ Levi Walker 
Warren, Joshua Crowell 

m&ton VEcs~}e o :jl Cni^r 
ton, jyA.-uevyuM* 

George Pickering, Lliswonarv. 



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k 

New-London District. 

Elijah R. Sabin, Presiding Elder. 

JWsf»- London, GreenleafR. Norris, Isaac Bonney 

Tolland Benjamin F. Lamboard 

^shburnham, Ebenezer Washburn 

Aeedham, John Pinkham, Isaac Locke 

Providence, Benjamin P« Hill 

Smithfield, Pliny Brett 

.East- Gree ftwzc<fr,Theophilus Smith 

Pom fr sty Hollis Sampson, Abner Clarke 



Vermont District* 
Thomas Branch, Presiding Elder. 
J t hens, Joseph Fairbank 

IVethersficld, Dan Perry, Leonard Frost 
Barnard, Samuel Thompson, Kathl Steam? 

Vershire, Eleazer Wells 

Havre, Solomon Sias 

Danville, John W« Hardy 

Stanstead, Charles Virgin 

J\ eiv -Hampshire District. 
Elijah Hedding, Presiding Elder. 
Grantham j Caleb Dustin, Paul Dustiia 

Hanover, David Carr 

Bridgwater, William Hunt 
Pembroke, Hezekiah Field N 

Tufienborough, Lewis Bates 
JS or th field and ) T u r> i 
Court Harbour ,\ Jose P h Peck ' 
Land off, ' Zachariah Gibson 

Luntnburgh, Ebenezer Blake 

Portland District. 
Joshua Sole, Presiding Elder. 
Durham? Warren Bannister, Isaac Smith. 

Portland, Joel Winch 

Scarborough, Samuel Hillman. 
Falmouth, Enoch Jaquis, Caleb Currier 



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Conway, Philip Muhger 

Bethel, Jonathan Chanay 

Livermorc, Allen IT. Cobb. Joshua Randall 

Poland^ John Wilkinson 



Re ad field, 

J\orridr;rcock, 

Waltonvell 

IboroTiTfi 

Union, 
HristcJ, 
Union River, 
Orrin^ton, 
Ham den, 
1 Palmyra, 



Kenncheck District, 
Oliver Iteale, Presiding Elder. 



Rbenezer Fairbank . Junius Sj paldinfe 

Caleb Fogg 

Henry Martin 

Philip Aver 

John Williamson 

Joel Steele 

David Kiibourn 

Daniel Rieker 

Joseph Baker 

William Hiadman f 

Tfic Conferences are ak&tgned as fellow* : 

1. Western-—!!) Tennessee, Cumberland, Liberty 
Hill, October 1, 1803. 

2. Southern — Georgia, Liberty ChnDcl, Decem- 
ber 26, 1808. 

3. Virginia— North-Carolina., Tarbcrcugh, Febru- 
ary 1, 1SC9. 

4. Baltimore — Virginia, Harrisonburg, Rocking- 
ham court/, March 2, 1809. 

5. Phriadelphia^Pbiladc-Iphla, April 2. 1809. 

6. New-York— New-York, May 10, 1809. 

I 7. New-England — Mcmrnouth, Maine, June 15,1809. 

Officers of the Misiio?iary Society of Connecticut, 
i Hon. Messrs. John TreadweU^" Roger Neuburv, 
'Aaron An-tin, Jonathan Brace, John Davenport, 
■quires, Enoch Perkins, e^rp — Rev. Mvssvs. Na- 
Bja-n Perlyns, 1). D. Elijah Parsons, Samuel Nott, 
alvin Chapin, Samuel. J. Mills, and Moses C. 
r r elch, Triisrecs. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer* 

Rev, Abel F'int, Auditor* 

K2 



114 
COLLEGES, &c. 

Yale College, New-Haven. 

Rev. Timothy Dwisht, D. D. President. 

Timothy D wight, Professor of Dit>inity. 
Jeremiah Day, Professor of Mathematics and A at 

ural Philosofihy. 
Elizur Goodrich Professor of Laiv. 
Benjamin SilUman, Professor of Chemistry a?h 

Natural History. 
lames L. Kingsley, Professor of Languages an 

Ecclesiastical History. 



FKLLOWS. 



Rev, Josiah Whitney ,i>..&« 
David Ely, d.d. 
Hez. Ripley, d.d. 
James Dana, d.d. 
John Marsh 



Rev. Noah Benedict 
Nathan Strong, d.t 
Andrew Lee 
Joseph Strong, d.d 
Achilles Mansfield 



The Governour, Lieutenant Governour, and si 
scni ur Council, together with the foregoing Fellov 
constitute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 



Henry Strong, 
Nathaniel Chauncey, 



Tho's HopkinsGallau&et, 

Edward Hooker, 

Louis Mitchell, 

James Hillhouse, Treasurer. Nathan Beer 

Steward. John Bartlett. Butler. 

Commencement — 2d Wednesday of September, 
Vacations — From Commencement six weeks 

from the 2d Wednesday of January, three week 

and the Wednesday before the second Thursday 

May, three weeks. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE, 
Rev. Abraham Jarvis, D.D. President* 

Tillotson Hronsrn, Principal. 

Daniel M c Donald Assistant* 



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BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

John Adams, jun. A. M: Preceptor. 

Vacations — From the first Wednesday of January, 
two weeks ; from the first Wednesday of May, two 
weeks ; from the first Wednesday of September, 
three weeks. 

Anniversary — First Wednesday in September. 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE. 
Hon. Samuel WebbeiS President. 

Commc7icc*ncni—lj r <x$\. Wednesday in August. 
Vacations, — From Commencement four weeks ; 
from the fourth Wednesday m December, seven 
weeks ; from the third Wednesday in May, tv*o 
weeks. 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE. 
Rev. Asa Messer, l-resident. 

Commence ment-—Y\v$X. Wednesday of September. 

Vacations — From Commencement, four weeks ; 
from the first Wednesday of January, six weeks \ 
from the first Wednesday of May, three weeks. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, HANOVER, N. H. 
Hon. John Wheelock y L.L.D. President. 

Commencement — Fourth Wednesday in August. 

Vacations — From Commencement^ four and an 
half weeks; from the first Monday in January, eight 
and an half weeks. 



WILLIAMSTOWN COLLEGE, MASS. 
Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D.D. President, 

Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 

Vacations — From Commencement, five weeks ; 
from the third Wednesday in Janurn \\three weeks ; 
from the first Wednesday in May, thrcewctks, 



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INCORPORATED CITIES. 

NEW-HAVEN. 
Hon. Elizur Goodrich, .Mayor. * 
Aldermen. 
Henry Daggett, esq. | Simeon Baldwin, esq. 

Noah Webster, esq. j Charles Denison, esq* 

Eilisba Muhson, esq. City Clerk. 
Nathan Beers, esq. Treasurer. 
Josiah B. Morse*? ~i la- 
George Miinson, I ohe T r " h ' 
Common" C>3 una I A/en, 
Messrs. Isaac Beers, James Hjllhcuse, Thomas 
Darling, Hezekiah Hotchkissy Tfraddeus Beeche ] 
Stephen Ailing, James Merriiwan, Ebenezer Peek, 
Daniel Reed, QbadiF.lv Hotchkiss. 

(Annual Meeting the first "1 uesday in June.) 

NEW-LONDON. 

lion. Jeremiah G. Brainard, Mayor. 

Aldermen- 

WinthropSaltonstalLesq. J Simon Woicctt, esq. 

Guy Richards, esq, j George Colfax, esq. 

Lyman LaVs esq. Clerk City Court. 

Samuel Belden, City Clerk. 

William Richards,} Qb iff 

Asa Button, J^ 1111 " 

Common-Council Men. , 

Messrs. Jared Starr, Thaddeus Brooks. Chestei 

Kimball, John Way, Daniel Douglass, Frederick 

Miner. 

(Annual Meeting the second Monday in June.) 

HARTFORD. 
Thomas Seymour, esq;. Mayor. 
Aldermen* 
Jonathan Brace, esq* I John Caldwell, esq. 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. [ John M^r^ai. ; esq. 



Tho: 



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William Whitman, esq. Clerk. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer, 
Horace Wadsworth,?-, . ff 
Titus L. Bissell, ^ he "»s. 
Common-Council Men. 
Mess. Chauncey Goodrich, Ephraim Root, Enoch 
Perkins, George Goodwin, Isaac Bull, Edward Dan- 
forth, Richard Goodman, James Hosmer, Michael 
Bull, Jacob Sargeant, Daniel Wadsworth, Russell 
Bunce. 
* (Annual Meeting the last Monday in March.) 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Asher Miller, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen* 
Chaun. Whittlesey, esq. I Lemuel Storrs, esq. 
Arthur Magill, esq. 

J©hn Fisk, esq. City Clerk. 
Titus S. Hosmer, esq. Clerk City Court. 
Nathan Strong, 7 Sheriffs 
Asahel Loomis, S btlerittb * 
Common-Cowicil Mtn* 
Messrs. Ebenezer Sage, Benjamin Williams, Je- 
hosa. Starr, Alexander Collins, John R. Watkinson, 
Eleazer Dunham, Vine Starr, Jogfeph Boardman, 
El:hu Cotton, jun. Isaac Bacon, Samuel Wetmore ? 
William Cooper. 
(Annual Meeting the third Monday in January.) 

NORWICH. 

Elisha Hyde, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Thomas Fanning, esq. | Erastus Huntington, esq. 

^Simeon Thomas, esq. | Benjamin Coit esq. 

| Charles Lathrop, Clerk of City ad of City Court, 

John Hyde, Treasurer*. 



Benjamin Tracy, ? c , o ^ ;ff . 
William Gordoni S oheu8r " 



118 

Common- Council Men* 
Messrs, Nathaniel Shipman, John Fanning, Ge- 
rard Carpenter, Joseph Williams, Nathaniel Towns** 
end) Joseph W. Tracy. 

Annual Meeting the third Monday in April.) 






INSURANCE. COMPANIES. 



MARINE* INSURANCE COMPANY HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, President. 
Thomas S. Williams,- Secretary. 

MARINE INSURANCE COM PA NT, NSIV- HAVEN* 

Elias Shipman, President* 
Austin Denison, Secretary. 

MARINE INS TIB A NCE cOMPA NT, NE IV ~L QNLOX. 

Jared Starr, President. 
David Coit, Secretary. 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY NORWICH. 

Simeon Thomas, President. 
Shubael Breed, Secretary. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, MinDLEfOWNt 

Benjamin Williams, President. 
Enoch Parsons, Secretary. 



BANKS, 



HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, esq. President. 
Normand Knox, Cashier. 






Nathaniel Terry 
Andrew Kingsbury 

Dewing 
Elijah Cowles 



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Directors. 
Mess. John Caldwell 

John Morgan 

Ephraim Root 

George G ood W} n 

William Mosetey 
Days of Dij-ceuntjMcntlays and Thursdays — Hours 
of business from 9 to 12 o'ciock a. m. and from 2 to 4 
p.m. — Annual Meeting of the Stockholders Second 
Thursday in June. 

UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON, 

Jedidiah Huntington, esq, I esident. 

Robert Hallam, Cashier. 

Director: 



Daniel X.. Coit 
Charles Bulkeley 
Guy Richards 
Lyman I/iw 
Nathaniel Richards 
Nathaniel Matson 



Mes«. Jed, Huntington 

Belu Peek 

George Hallam 

Daniel Lathrop 

Jonathan Starr 

Joseph Perkins 

James Tilley 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. — Hours 
of Business, from 10 Co 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 
4p.m. — Bank shut on Saturdays p.m. and on Thanks- 
givings, Fast-days, Christmas, and 4th of July.— An- 
nual Meeting of Stockholders iirst Thursday in June. 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 
ElishaDemson, esq. President. 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 
Directors. 
fMess. Elisha Denison Jacob B. Gurley 

Elias Perkins Edward Hallam 

Edward Chappell Cashing Eells 

Isaac Thompson William •■'Noye\ 

William Williams 
Days of Discount, Tuesday and Friday. — Hours of 
Business from 10 to 12 o'clock a, n. and from 2 to 4 



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p.m.— Bank shut on Saturday p. m. and on Thanks- 
givings, Fast-days, Christmas, and 4th of July. — An* 
nual Meeting of the Stockholders, first Tuesday ef 
Julv. 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Isaac Beers, esq. President. 
William Lyon, Casliier. 
Directors, 



Eneas Munson, jun. 
Ebenezer Peck 
Abraham Bradley 
Ebenezer Huggins 



Mess. Isaac Beers 

Joseph Drake 

Abraham Bishop 

John Nicoll 

Eh as Shipman 
Days of Discount, Mondays and Thursdays — Of 
Deposit, Tuesdays and Fridays. — Hours of Business 
from 9 to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. m. — 
Annuai Meeting of the Stockholders first Thursday 
in June. 

MIDDLETQWN BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, jun. esq. President. 

Timothy South m ay d, Cashier. 

Directors, 



Mess. Neh. Hubbard, j'r 
Benjamin Williams 
Ebenezer Sage 
Lemuel Storrs 



Josiah Williams 
George Haliam 
Jedidiah Huntingtor 
Timothy Southmayc 



Days of Discount, Tuesday and Friday. — Hours o 
Business from 9 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 
p.m. — Annual Meeting of vhc Stockholders on th< 
first Thursday of June. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaac Bronson, esq. President. 

George Hayt, Cashier. 

Directors, 

Mess. Isaac Bronson John S. Cannon 

Samuel W. Johnson | Salman Hubbell 



h 
aye 



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William Pect Isaac Hinman 

Elijah Boardman David Minot 

Ebenezer Jessup, j'r 
Notes presented on or before Thursday, and Dis- 
count made on Friday. — Hours of business from 9 to 
12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 p. m. — Bank shut on 
Saturday p.m. and on Christmas, Good Friday, 4t\i 
of July, and Public Fasts and Thanksgivings. —Annu- 
al Meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday in July. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. President. 

Hezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors 



Mess. Eben. Huntington 

Thomas Fanning 

Thomas Lathrop 

Benjamin Snow 

Simeon Breed 

Jabez Huntington 

John Taintor 



Peter Lanman 
John L. Buswell 
Zach. Humiagton 
Dwight Ripley 
Cha's P. Huntington 
Roger Buikelcy 



Days 6t Discount Tuesday and Friday. — Hours of 
[Business, from 10 to 12 .o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 
|p,m. — Annual Meeting 3d Thursday of June. 

WASHINGTON BANK WESTERLY, R.I. 

Thomas Noves, esQ. President. 
Thomas Perry i Cashier. 

Directors. 



Mess. Thomas Noyes 

Joseph Potter 

William Rhodes 

Rowse Babcock 

Jeremiah Thurston 

Joseph St an ton > 2d 

George Perry 

Joseph Stiliman 
Day of Discount, Thursr 1 ^- 
Tom 10 to 12 o'clock a.m.? 
Krai Meeting 1st Tuesday ot juty. 
L 



Oliver Davis 
Edward Wilcox 
William Wil'' 
Cpddjngtor .igi 
William T 
Enoch ows 

Tho* ^oyes, 2d 



dps of business, 
u2to4 p.m.— Au* 



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CONNECTICUT MEDICAL CONVENTION. 

October Session^ 1808. 

John R, Watrous President. 

Mason F. Coggswell, Vice President. 

Timothy Halt, Treasurer. 

John Barker, Secretary. 

FALLOWS. 






County of Hartford 
Mason F. Coggswell 
Timothy Mali 
John Bestor 
Simeon Field 
George Griswold 

Co u n ty qfj\ ew - Have?! 
John Barker 
Joseph Foot 
Eli Ives 

Abraham Tomlinson 
David Marvin 
• County of New-Lindon 
Avery Downer 
John O. Miner 
Samuel Mather 
Thomas Colt, jmi. 
Samuel H. P. Lee 

Co U n 1 1) of L itchfield 
S \ m uel W o o h iy a i <i 
Nathaniel lA'rry 
Jesse Carrington 



Warren R, Fowler 
Benjamin Welch 

County of lV r indham 
Thorn as Hubbard 
Siah Ful'er 
Darius Hutchins 
Joseph Palmer, jun. - 
Thomas Morse 

County of Fairfield 
Benaet Perry 
Gideon Shepherd 
William SheJton 
Benjamin Curtiss 
Gideon Beardsley 

County of Middlesex 
William" B. Hall 
Richard Ely, 2d 
Smith Clark 

County of To 'land 
Ruggles Carpenter 
John S. Peters 
Eleazer M'Cray 



Cummittccsfor the Examination of Candidates fo 
Practice. 

Count" of Hartford — Timothy Hall, George Gri 
wold, Elij:mF.Reed. 

County of A civ- Haven — Joseph Foot, Eli Ive 
Thomas Gondseli. 

County ofWeiv-London — Thomas Coit, jun. Job 
O. Miner, Sam^I H. P. Lee. 



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County of Windham— Darius Hutchirs, Joseph 
Palmer, Thomas Morse. 

County of Pair field— - Bennet Perry. Gideon Slicp- 
lerd, I. Trowbi iciee. 

County of Utch/ield—SDrnvxl Woodward, Jesse 
Carrinjjjton, Warren H. Fowler. 

County of Middlesex— William 3. Hall, Smith 
Clarke, Richard Ely, 2d. 

Comity of ToMand — John S. Peters, Samuel Wil- 
3a re), John Howard. ^ 



SOCIETY OF FREE-MASONS. 

Officers of Knight Ikmfitkr?* Encawfmcnt. 

, Captain-General. 

James Baxter, 1st Captain. 

Henry Champion, 2d Captain. 

Eoei-ezer Perkins, Marshal. 

John R. Watrous, Secretary. 

Asa Blgelow, Treasurer. 

Officers of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter cf 

Connecticut. 

Mof-.t Excellent John R, Watrous, g. h. p. 

Excellent Francis French, d. g. h. p> 

Excellent David Baldwin, g. k. 

Excellent And rev/ L. Hill, g. s. 

Excellent Henry Champion, g. t. 

Excellent Samuel C Blackman, Secretary, 

Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut* 

iVi. W. Stephen T. Hosmer, g. im. 

K. W. David Da^ett, d. g. im. 

W. lohnR. 'Wstrrus, s. g. ■.-.-. 

\V. Solomon Cnwles, J. g. w. 

Henry Champion, g. t. 

John Mix, g. s, 



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Timothy Burr, s. 
John Hubbard, j. 



G. B. 

G. D. 



Chapters of Royal Arch Mnsons. 

Hiram Chapter, Newtown. 

Solomon Chapter, Derby. 

Washington Chapter, Middletown. 

Fraaklin Chapter, Norwich. 

Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchester. 

Franklin Chapter, New-Haven, 

Union Chapter, New-London. 

Lynch Chapter, Weston &c Redding. 
Chapter has been granted, to be holden m 
tdham, and another to be holden in Woodbury ; 
names have net been received. 



Masters' Lodge 
No. 1 Hiram, New-Haven 

2 St. John's, Middletown 
;. St. John's, Bridgeport 
% St John's, Hartford 

5 St, John's, Nor walk 
ii tJnion, Greenwich 
. ' K. Solomon's, Woodbury 
Li St. John's, Stratford 
') Compass, Wallingford 

3 Wooster, Colchester 
1.1 St. Paul's, Litchfield 

1 2 K ing 11 i r a m , Derby 

1 3 fct on t g( m e ry , Balisbu ry 
i 4 r rede rick, Far mington 
Is Moria;h, Canterbury 
1(3 Temple, Cheshire 

IF Federal, Watertown 

1 8 Hiram, Newtown 

i 9 vY ashi ngton Huntington 

'20 Harmony, Berlin 

21 St. Peter's, N. Milford 



s in Connecticut. 

22 Hart's, Woodbridge 

23 St. James', Preston 

24 Uriel, Tolland 

25 Columbia, Stepney 

26 Columbia, E. Haddam 
2/ Ris>ir.gSun,VVashington 

28 Mor.Star, E.Windsor 

29 Village, W- Simsbury 

30 Day Spring, Ham den 

31 Union, New -London 

32 Meridian San, Warren 

33 Friendship,Southington 

34 Somerset, Norwich 

35 Aurora, Harwinton 

36 St. Marks, Granby 

37 Western Star, Norfolk 

38 St. Alban*s, Guilford 

39 Ark, Weston 

40 Uni@n, Danbury 

41 Federal, Brookfield 

42 Harmony, Waterburyfcjjj,, 



Wiii 
Tei;c 

Vm 



12* 



43 Trinity, Killin nvrrth 
14' ft. Star, Lob. kWintl. 
45 Pythagoras, Lyme 



•16 Putnam, V< mfret 
47 Mbrmng'Star, Crxfcrc 1 



Government of the United States, 

THOMAS JEFFERSON, 
p1x;:siuen? of 'The united sr^r^o. 
Salary, jg2£,pQ0 per annum, 

GEORGE CLINTON, 

\'ice President, and President of the Senate. 

Sikiry, £3.000 per auium. 

Br'ifiY'mnit cf State* 
James Madison, of Virginia, becretarv* 
John A. Graham. Ghi^f C!erk._ 

Belurrrwcrit of ihc Trea^ur;/. 
Albert Gallatin, of Pcrmj-ylvania, Secretary, 
Gabriel Duval, of Maryland, Comptroller. 
Richard Harris; \, of Virginia, Auditor. 
V\ iUiam Miller, Ccmrmssiorer of the Revenue. 
Thomas T, Tucker, of South -Carolina, Treasurer. 
Joseph Noitrse, oi Virginia, Register. 
Robert PrUerson, Director of the Mint/ 
Edward Jones, Daniel Sheldon., Chief Clerk?. 

TYa r D eji a rt m en t . 
Henry Dearborn, of Massachusetts, Secretary. 
William Si romonds, Accountant.. 
|TeiiCh Coxe, of Penm Purveyor cf Pubiick Supplies. 
Hezekiah Rogers, Chief Clerk. 

J\avy Dcfiartment. 
Robert Smith, of Maryland, Secretary. 
Thomas Turner, Accountant. 
Joseph Fox, Chief Builder and Constructor, 
Charles VV. Goldsborough, Chief Clevk. 

Patent Office. 
William Thornton, Superinteiidai.t, 



125 

Post-Office Establishment. 
Gideon Granger, Post-Master General. 
Abraham Bradley, Assistant Post-Master General* 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

SUPREME COURT. 

John Marshal, of Virginia, Chief Justice. 
William Cashing, of Massachusetts,"! 
S imuel Chase, of Maryland, 

Bi-shrod Washington, of Virginia, I Associate 
William Johnson, of South-Carolina, r Justices. 
Brockkolst Livingston,ef New -York, l 
Thomas Todd, Kentucky, J 

(I^ar AlRodriey of Delaware, Attorney-General. 1 
Elias B. Caldwell, of Washington, Clerk. 

DISTRICT OFFICERS. 
D is t ric t of Ma in e . 
David Seweli Judge, 
Silas Lee, Attorney, 
Thomas G. Thornton, Marshal, 
Henry Sewall Clerk. 

District of A ew- Hampshire* 
John S. Sherburne, Judge. 
Daniel Humphreys, Attorney, 
Michael M'Clary, Marshal," 
Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 

District of Massachusetts* 
John Davis Judge, 
George Blake, Attorney, 
James Prince, Mar>hal, 
Nathan Goodale, Clerk. 

District of Rhode-Island* 
David L. Barnes, Judge, 
David Howell, Attorney, 
William Peck, Marshal, 
Edmoml T. Eilery, Clerk* 



12/ 

District of -Connecticut. 
Pietpont Edwards, Judge, 
Hezekiah Huntingto^ Attorney* 
Joseph Wilcox, Marshal, 
Hfenry W. Edwards, Clerk. 

District of Vermont. 
Elijah Paine, Judge, 
David Fav, Attorney, 
John Willttrd, Marshal, 
Cephas Smith, Clerk, 

District of A'c~v-York. 
Matthias B, Talmadge, Judge, 
Nathan Sanford, Atton^v, 
Peter Curtenius, Marshal, 
Daniel DunscomrJ, Clerk. 

District of jVczv- Jersey r . 
Robert Morris, Judge, 
Joseph M'llvaine, Attorney, 
Oliver Barnet, Marshal, 
Robert B.otggSj Clerk. 

District ojf Fennsylvama. 
Richard Peters, Judge, 

Alex'r J, Dallas, Attorney for the East'n District, 
John Smith, Marsha? for the Eastern District, 
James Hamilton, Attorney for the Wester n Dist. 
Presley Cam Lane, Marshal for do. 

District of Dclanvare. 
dishing Bedford, Jtftlge, 
George Read, jnn. Attorney, 
Joel Lewis Marshal. 

District of Maryland* 
James Winchester, Judge, 
ZebiiiOn Hollings worth, Attorney. 
Reuben EUiog, 1 Marshal. 

D is t ric I of Co hi in b ia . 
William Cranch, Chief Judge, 

Allen % Ducket, au<] Fitzhugh, Judges, 

Walter Jones, juru Attorney, 
Washington Beytf, Marshal, 
William Brent, Clerk, 



123 

ATTORNIES 

Admitted at the Circuit Court In Ccnnectic 



tit* 



Hezekiah Huntington, 
John Allen 
Joseph Backus 
Bur rage Beach 
Seth P. Beers 
Noah B. Benedict 
Ooddington Billings 
David Bolles jun. 
Jonathan Brace 
William Bristol 
David Burr 
Judson Canneld 
Jabez Clark. 
Win. P. Cleaveland 
Thomas Chester 
Al e xan d e r C ol 1 ins 
Samuel Cowles 
David Dairgett 
Naphtali JDagjett 
Samuel W. Dana 
John Davenport jun. 
Ab'mV. H. De Witt 
Theodore Dwight 
Thomas Day 
Josiah Dudley 
Daniel Durbar 
Jonathan W. Edwards 
Henry W. Edwards 
Hezekiah Flk'gjg 
Sylvester Gilbert 
C hau i \ e e v Geodr? ch 
Eiizur Goodrich 
James Gould 
Calvin Goddard 
Jacob B, Gurley 



esq. District Attorney. 
Jeremiah Malsey 
William % Hart 
James Hiilhouse 
\\ llliam Hiilhouse 
Uriel Holmes! 
Stephen T. Hosmer 
Enoch Huntington 
Jirah Isham 
Samuel Jones 
% os well Judson 
Lyman Lavv 
Jajne$ Lanman 
John XL Lvwde 
John M'CIellan 
Walter Mitcliel 
Isaac Mills 

Stephen M. Mitchel jv 
Jonathan O. Mttsejey 
William Moseley 
John Parish 
Enoch Perkins 
Isaac Perkins 
John T. Peters 
Timothy Pitkin jun. 
Ephraim Root 
PbHo Rugbies 
Matthew T. Russell 
Thomas Y. Seymour 
Aaron Smith 
John C. Smith 
Nathan Smith 
Asa Spalding 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Benjamin Stilse jun, 



Sam 

, Win 

; an 



Adonijah Strong 
Seth P. Staples 
ILlisJia Sterling 
Nathaniel Terry 
Seth Terry » 
Joseph Trumbull 



129 

Samuel P. Waldo 
Dyer White 
John Williams 
William Williston 
Sam'l Woodruff, esq'rs. 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

— >o<>o< — 

S E A A T E. 

George Clinton, President. 

Samuel A. Otis, Secretary. 



J\ ew-Hamfishire 
Nicholas Oilman 
Nahum Parker 

Massachusetts 
Timothy Pickering 
James Lloyd jun. 

Vermont 

Stephen R. Bradley 

Jonathan Robinson 

Rhode-Island 
Benjamin Howland 
Elisha Matthewson 

Connecticut 
James Hillhouse 
Chauncey Goodrich 

New- York , 
Samuel L. Mitchell 
John Smith 

A e?v- Jersey 
John Condit 
Aaron Kitchell 

Pennsylvania 
Samuel Maclay/ 
^Andrew Gregg 



Delaware 
Samuel White 
James A. Bayard 

Maryland 
Samuel Smith 
Philip Read 

Virginia 
William R. Giles 
Andrew Moore 

.North-Carolina 
James Turner 
Jesse Franklin 

South-Carolina 
Thomas Sumpter 
John Gaillard 

Georgia 
John Milled ge 
Crawford 

Kentucky 
John B. Thraston 
John Pope 

Tennessee 
Joseph Anderson 
Daniel Smith 

Ohio 
Edward Tiffin 



.1 



J\J 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph B. Van 
Patrick M'G 

♦JlfW- Uamji&hire 
Peter<Carlton 
Daniel M. Durell 
Francis Gardner 
Jedidiah H, Smith 
Clement Store r 

Masmckusitts 
Jdstah Quince y 
Joseph Story 
Ebenezer Seaver 
Joseph B, Varnum 
Edward S. L. Livermorc 
William Stedman 
J[.ibcz Upham 
Joseph Barker 
Isaiah L, Greene 
Wii.iianl Ely 
Samuel Taggart 
Orchard Cook 
Josiah Dcane 
Richard Cntts 
Daniel IUley 
John Chandler 
Ezeklel Bacon 

Vermont 
James Elliott 
Martin Chittenden 
James Fisk 
Samuel Shaw 

Rhode -1*1 and 
John 1*. Jackson, jiuv 
Isaac Wilbour 

Connecticut 
Benjamin Tallmadge 
Samuel W. Dana 



nam, Speaker, 
ruder, Clerk. 

John Davenport 

Timothy Pitkin Jan. 

Lewis B. Stufges 

Jonathan Q. JMoseley 

Epaph roditus Champic 
A'ew- York 

Philip Van Cortlrmdt 

Daniel Ci Verplanck 

John Blake jun. 

Josiah Masters 

John Russel 

GuVdon S, Mumferd 

George Clinton jun. 

Barem Garden. i er 

James J« Van Allen 

William Ku kpatrick 

Reuben Humphreys 

John Thomson 

Peter Swart 

Samuel Riker 

John Harris 

Kalian K. Van. Renssela 

N. Wilson 

JS'ew- Jersey 

Adam Boyd 

John Lambert 

Vvblliam Helms 

James SU>an 

Henry Southard 

Thomas New hold 
] y er i vsvlvQi:ia 

David Bard 

Robert Brown 

Benjamin Say 

William Finlfley 



lac 
to! 

Nic 

ft 

|i< 
Phi: 

Arc 
h 
ir 
lohr 

Edu 

hrt 



ohn Keister 
Villiam lioge 
ames Kelley 
A'rliam CM iiner 
fchh Porfer 

[ohn Flil'l\ 

Igbert Whitchill 
Win Smilie 
Samtfel Bfttith 
[ohn Rhea 
Vlatil/u'S Richards 
Daniel Montgomery 
facob Richards 
iobert Jenkins 

Delaware 
tfichola s Vand}' ke 

Mary land 
LVilham M'Crcery 
Nicholas R. Moore 
miiin B. Key 
fcrchi.baid Van Home 
\OL-Ci- Nelson 
fohn Campbell 
fohn Montgomery 
Bel ward Lloyd 
p. GoldsbsrcHigh 

Vifgima 
Rnvwell Basset 
John Morrow 
jtle xan d e r W i \ s on 
fames M. GariitU 
Matthew Clay 
John Clopten 
John Dawson 
John W. F.ppes 
person Good -v in 
Edviii Gray 
Bavid Holmes 
Bh) G. Jackson • 
miter Jones 



15! 

fdjpepli Lewis, juti. 
'1 komas Newton 
John Hi!U)dolj*h 
John Smith 
Abrara trigg 
William A. Burwell 
John LoVe 
Wilson C. Nicholas 
Thomas Gholson 

A or; h- Carolina, 
Nathalie; Macon 
, Wyllvs Alston, jun. 
Richard Stanford 
James Holir.r.d 
VV illiam Blackiedge 
Evan Alexander 
Thoraas BkninJ 
Tliomas Kenan 
Lemuel Sawyer 
Join Culpepper 
Meshach Fra nklin 
iVlartnaduke Williams 

. South' Car 'oltna 
Robert Marion 
Joseph Calhoitn 
William Butfev 
Thomas Moore 
David II. Williams 
Richard Wifin 



Lem 



Lavlor 



on 



ia 



William W'\ Bibb 
Kowell Cobb 
Dennis Smelt 
George M. Troup 



Kenttu 
Bovle 



John 

Joseph !*)« ha 

BeiijiuMo liowrad 



Matthew Lyon 
R. M. Johnson 
John Rowan 

'J ennessee 
G. VV. Campbell 
Jesse Wharton 
John Rhea 



132 

Ohio 
Jeremiah Morrow 

Missu ififi i Te rrit o ry 
George Poindexter 

Ae%v- Orleans 
Daniel Clarke 

Indiana Territory I 
Jesse B. Thomas 



f 



COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 



States. 
A'ew-Hs'm/is/dfe, 
JSlassachnseiis, 
Eh ode-Island , : 
Connecticut, 
A ! civ -York, 
A e%v-Jersey, 
Jlennsylvariia,- 
Delaware, 
Maryland, 
Virginia, 
A orih-Carolina, 
South- Carolina, 
Georgia, 



Officers, . 
William Gardiner, 
Benjamin Austin, 
Christcphen Ellery, 
Jonathan Bull, 
James Nicholson, 
James Ewing, 
Stephen Moyian, 
Jshn Stockton, 
Benjamin Howard, 
Benjamin Harrison, 
Sherwood Haywood, 
Isaac Neusviile, 



Sc 



I a 7' i ex* 

B m fn 

1500 

600 
3 000 
1500 

700 
1500 

600 
1000 
1500 
3 00C 
100C 

tm 



Governours of the several States* 



. ^ev * - Hamfisterc , 
Massachusetts x 

Bhoric-Island, 
Connecticut, 
Vermont, 
A civ* York, 
A civ- Jersey, 
Peunnylvania, 
Delaware, 
Alary land, 



John Langdon 
Jairfcs Sullivan 
James Fenner 
Jonathan Trumbull 
IsaacTichenor 
Daniel D. Tompkins 
Joseph Blcomfiekl 
Sampn Snyder 
George Trnitt 
Robert Wright 



hi 
Ik 



Virginia Wil'inm II. Cabell 

A or t/< -Carolina l-.ei.j ajnra Wi lhvius 

South-Carolina Charles Pinckney 

Gear if i a J 'ltd Irwin 

Kentucky Thomas Scott 

Tennessee John Sevier 

Sf//fo Samuel Huntington 



Misnwft/ii Territory. 
Robert Williams, Governour. 
Cowles Mead, Secretary. 

777 dT&fli a 7>m' f o r y . 

jWilliam B. Harrison, Governour. 
John Gibson, Secretary. 

Territory of Grlcar^. 
William C. C. Claibornc,'Goverueur. 
Benjamin Morgan, Secretary. 

Territory of U/iper Louisiana. 
Meriwether Lewis, Governour. 
Frederick Bates, Secretary. 

Te rri'ory of Mich fgd n. 

lj William Hull, Gove rnour. 
Reuben Atwater, Secretary. 

Robert Brent, Mayor of the City of Washington, 

k>hn Mason, of Colum. I)ist. Agent of Indian Affairs 

Receivers of Puhkek Money for Land. 

James Findley, at Cincinnati, 
Elijah Backus, at K&skaskias. 
Zaccheus Bmgs, at Steubenville. 
Samuel Findley, at Chillicothc. 
Frederick Bates, at Detroit. 
Harrv Tollman, at Fort Stcddert. 
M 



134 

Benjamin Tupper, at Marietta. 
Thomas Van Swearingen, at Zanesville, 

g yg huil wimw umh- w w — wtw tt . i , n i 1 1 1 n ■ ■ ■ i n — mm — w 

Ministers & Consuls of the United States. 

At London, William Pinckney, Min. Plenipotentiary. 
Paris, John Armstrong, Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Consuls. 
At Madrid Moses Young. 
Lisbon., William Jarvis. 
Amsterdam, Svjvanas Bourne. 
Copenhagen, Hans Rodolph Saabye» 
Stettin, Frederick W. Lutze. 
Bremen, F. W. Wichelhausen. 
Hamburgh, John M. Forbes, 
Gottenburgh, David Airth. 
Leghorn, Thomas Appleton. 
Naples, Frederick Degan. 
Palermo, Abraham Gibbs. 
Petersburg, Levitt Harris, 
Smyrna, William Stewart. 
Algiers, Tobias Lear. 
Tri|K)li, George Davis. 
Canton, Edward Carrington. 

Ministers, &?c. from Foreign Powers. 

Great-Britain, David M. Erskine, Min. Plenipoten. 
France, Gen. Turreau, Minister Plenipotentiary. . 
Spain, Santibanos,Min«Plenip'y (from the Patriots.) j $,F ; 
Portugal, Joseph Radermaker, Charge d' Affairs. 
Denmark, Peter Pederson, Charge d'Affairs. I B.F. 



Consuls, 
Holland, Adrian Valck, and George Reid. 
Prussia, Johann E. C. Schultz. 
Sweden, Richard, Sodcrstrom, Consul General 



siti 



135 

List of Courts in the New-England States, 
fcr er.ch Month. 

NOTE.— S.F.C. stands, for Supreme Federal Court. 
C.F.C. Circuit Federal Court. D.F.C. JOhtrjct 
Federal Court, S.J.C. Suflreme Judicial Court. ^ 
S.C. Supreme Ceitrt* S.C.E. Supreme Court cf 
Errors. C.P. Common Plcus* C.C. County Court. 



JANUARY begins on 

Sunday, 31 days. 

S. C;T New-Haven and 

Windham 1st Tuesday. 

Burlington, 1st do. 

Middlebury, 3d do. 

Norwich, 3d do. 

Rutland, 1st Tuesday 

after 4th do. 
C.P. Boston and Ports- 
mouth, 1st do. 
— —Lancaster, 2d do. 

Rochester, 3d do. 

Alfred 1st Monday. 

Northampton and 

Warren, 2d do. 

E. Greenwich, 3d do, 

C.C. Danville, 1st do. 

Tolland, 4th do. 



FEBRUARY beeins or 

Wednesday, 29 da) s. 
S.F.C. Washington, 1st 

Mondav. 
D.F.C. Windsor, 1st \V\ 

Newju rt, 1st Tucs. 

. Ne w - H a v e n , 3d d o . 

S.C. Portsmouth Sc Litcii- 
ikld, 1st do. 



Hartford, 2d do. 

Bennington, 3d do. 

following 4th in Jan. 

Dover, 4th Tuesday. 

C.P. S.Kingston, 2d Mon. 

Haverhill, lastTues. 

C.C. St. Albans, 1st do. 

— Tolland, 2d do. 

— Middlebury, last do. 

— Danbury, ]as-t dri, 

— Burlington, last Mon- 
day save two. 



MARCH beeinsonThur:> 

dav, 31 days. 
D.F.C. Wiscas<et, 1st Tu. 

Salem Sc Poi tsmouth, 

3d do. 
S.J.C. Dedham, l^t do. 

— Bcstcn Sc Nantucket, 

2d do. 
.C. Newport, 1st Mond. 

— Bristol 2d do. 

— Providence, 3d do. 
C.P. Portland, 1st Tuc\ 

Tauutcn, 2d Mri;d. 

Nantucket, Tuesdi y 

preceding last Tues. 
Concord. Mon. prcc. 



136 



Scl Tuesday. 
— — Worcester, Monday 

preceding 4th do. 
— — Barnstable and Am- 
herst, last do. 

— Ipswich, last Mond. 

— Machias, 3d Tuestl. 
CX. Craftshury and N. 

Hero, 1st Monday. 

Woodstock, 3d do. 

— — * New-Haven and Rut- 
land, 3d Tuesday. 

:~ — Litchfield and Hart- 
ford, 4th do. 



iPRIL begins on Sunday 
30 days. 

'.F.C N.Haven,13dnlay. 

;.J,C. Concord, 2d Tues. 

— ~ Worcester, 3d do. 

Northampton St Ips- 
wich, 4th do. 

-—•Lenox, 1st Tuesday 
after 4th of April, 

>.C. E.Greenwich, 2d M 

S. Kingston, 4ih do. 

— Hopkmton, lastTue. 

>.r\ ftee'iiffe, ' 1st do. 

—jnympul!^ ^Ido. . 

-^ Lenox^d Monday 

„ y..rk, 3d do. 

:.C. BuntW, 'W do. 



MAY'ocp'.ns on Tue^-d ay. 

SI days. 
CJKC. Windsor. 2d day. 



— — Portsmouth,! 9th day 
D.F.C. HartlandjlastTu* 

Rutland, 7th day. 

Providence, 2d Tues. 

Hartford, 3d do. 

3.J.C. York 8c Plymouth, 
3d do. 

Portland 8c Oxford, 

4th do* 
S.C. Charlestown, 2d do. 
■ Plymouth, N.H. 

4th do. 

Augusta, last Tue. 

C.P. Castine, 1st do. 

Paris, 2d do. 

— - Haverhill, N.H. 
last do. 

Wiscasset, 2d Mond. 

Augusta Sc Ed gar ton, 

3d Tuesday. 
- — Northampton ScNew- 

port, 3d Monday. 
— tjrt Providence, 4,h do. 

JUNE begins on Friday, 

30 days. 
CF.C; Boston, 1st day, 

Newport, 15th day. 

DF.C. Boston, 4th Tues, 

— Exeter, 3d do. 
S.J.C. Augusta, 1st Tues, 

aft: 4th do. <«f May.. 
'* V^'lscasset, 2d Tues 

after 4th of d<\ 
Castine^ 3d Tuesday 

after 4th of do. 
>.C.E. N. Haven, 1st Tu 
C.P. Bristol, 1st Monday 
— - Taunton^ 2d do. 



137 



Concord, Mond. pre- 

' ceding lift Tuts. 
Worcester, Morula) 

preceding 2d do. 

Portland, " Sd do. 

S aleno, last Mor.d. 

■ijG.C. Manchester, 1st do. 

Ngwfane k Chelsea, 

2d do. 

Guildhall, Vt Sddo. 

Danville, last do, 

N. London, C M Tues. 



JULYbegyns on Sundaj 

31 days. 
S.C. .Danbarv,*2d Tues. 

Iladdnrn, i^tdq, 

C.P. Boston & "Lancaster. 

1st do. 



AUGUST begins en 

Wednesday, 31 davs. 
D. f.C. Windsor, IsitMon 

New^oi t, 1st Tue tl 

New-Haven, 3d do. 

S.C. Newfane, 1st do. 

r New-Haven, 2d do. 

Litchfield k. Wood- 
stock, Vt. 3<3 do. 

Chelsea, ' 

f How; 
Danville, 



d Tue-dav 
£ 3d do. ' 

3:1 do, do. 
4th do. 



C.P 



Newport, 
Plymouth 



n 



c Exeter 
2d Tuesday. 
- Macula?;, Augusta, &. 
Oilman! own, 3d do. 
* South Kingston, a»d 

M 



Castine,2d Monday. 

E. Greeuwk h, 3d do, 

N. i-thaiifpton, and 

T< psharo, 4th Mon. 

Lenox and Waterlr;^ 

rough, 4th do. 
C.C. Hartford, 2d Tuesd. 

W indium. 3d do. 

Brownin^ton, 4ih M. 

Middlebary, last do. 

: ave one. 
St. Allans, last do. 

SEP rpnVlBER begins en 

SaUirdaT, 30 da* s. 
C^.C.Hartfor<%irthdav f ' 

Dr^G.\Yisca&set, IstT. 

Salem, 2d do. 

Poitsrnouth, 3d do. 

rj.J.C. Lc-ikk, 2d do. 

Kovtlianptcii and 

Wiscasset, 3d do. 
-- — \A/orcest£]',4 ; -h do. 
— — Dedham, ist do. aft. 

4 h do. 
August a 3 2d do. af.ev 

3d do. 
— - - Foialard, 4th do. af- 
ter 3d do. 
Alfred, 6th do. after 

n - .'' do 
S.C.Hartf. rd, T- Hand, k 
Dover, 1st TueVcla] . 

Windham, 2d do. 

Exeter, 3d do. 

"New- London* 4th do. 

Bristol, 2d Monday. 

Providence, 3d do." 

C.P. Worcester j Monday 



138 



proceeding IstTues. 

ilopk-nton, 1st do. 

Barnstable, 4th do. 

Paris kChailestovvn 

N.H. 4th do. 

Taunton and Alfred, 

2d Monday. 
— — Dedham, 3d do. 
Concord, Mend, pre- 
ceding 2d Tuesday. 

Plyiticuth}N.E.2d do. 

Newbury port JastM 

C,C. N.Hero, IstMord. 

Tolland. 2d Fuesd. 

— - Litchfield, 4th do. 
— £- Woodstock,V. 3dM. 
Burlirgton, Vt. last 

Monday save two. 

OCTOBER begins en 

Monday, 31 days. 

C.F.C. Rutland, 3d clay. 

Boston, roth day. 

D.F.C. Rutland, 10th day. 
S.J.C. Dedharn Sc Angus- 
ti, J** Tuesd. 

Taunton, 2d Tuesd. 

^fter 4th do. of Sept. 
— ^_ Plymouth Sc Portland 
3d do. after 4th do. 
of do. 

Barnstab'e, 4th do.a£ 

ter 4th do. of do. 
- — Cambridge, 5th do. 
after 4th do. of do. 

* Salem, (3th do. after 

4th do. of do. 
S.C. Laixr.stej-, N. H. 1st 
Tuesday 



Haverhill j n\ H.2ddo. 

- Keene, 3d do. 

Amherst, Tuesday 

following 4th do. 

K.Greenwich, 1 st M.- 

S. Kingston, 2d do. 

C.P. Boston and Nantuck- 
et, 1st Tuesday. : . 
— N. Gloucester, 3d do. 
Tilsbury, last do. I 



NOVEMBER begins oa 
Thursday, 30 da} ?. 

C.F.C. Exeter, 2d day. I 

Providence,15th day* 

D.F.C: Rutland, 1st Mon, 

Providence 8c Hart- 
ford, 3d Tuesday. 

S.J.C. Boston 8c Nantuck- 
et, 4th Tuesday. 

S.C. Hartford, 2d Tuesd. 

C.P.Newport Sc Nor.tlH 
ampton, 1st Mond« 

Castine, 2d Tuesd. 

Plymouth and Port- 
land, 3d do. 

C.C. Middletown, 2d do. 

Craftsbury, 1st Mon* 

Danbury 5c Rutland* 

2d Tuesday. 

Norwich and New- 

Haven 4th do. 

DECEMBER begins oii 

Saturday, 31 days. 
D.F.C. Boston and Port- 
land, 1st Tuesday. 

Exeter, 3d do. 

S.Ct Haddam, 2ddo» 



In: 

Si!;. 



139 



Tolland, 3d do. 

Fairfield, last do. 

St. Albans, last Tues- 
day save . '.t\ 

C.P. Worcester Mowla) 
preceding 1st Tues. 

Taunton, 2d Mo'nd. 

Augusta, 2d Tucsd. 

-iyt — Dedham and Provi- 
dence, 3d Monday. 

Cambridge, Monda\ 



preceding 3d Tuesd. 

— Ipswich and Lenox, 

last Monday. 
:.C. Hartford and Wind- 
ham, 1st Tuesday. 

— Litchfield, 2d do. 
—*■ Newfane & Chelsea, 

2d Monday. 

— Bennington Sc Guild- 
hall, 3d do. 



Clu Courts, — Hartford, New-Haver, Norwich, 
and Middletown, vit the 2d Tuesday of every month. 
New -London, on the first Monday of do. 

_ ROADS, 

With the names of good Innkeepers. 



From Ne*w- London, to 
Bofion. 
Montville- Haughton 
.Norwich- Port Kinnay 
Jewert's-City Johnfon 8 
Plainfield Eaton 7 

Sterling Field 4 

Seituate Fi/h H 

Providence Ammidon lijFr 
Attleborovigh Mann 
Wrentham Event 



INewburyport Perkins J 2 
Hampton Leivct is 

Portsmouth Duvenpo t io 
6jKennebetk >. 29 



Portland 




N.London to N. Haven. 



Dedham 
Boston 



Fuller 
Vofe 



9] Lyme 
1 ipayhrook 
i2jKillin>worth 

9 ; Guilford 



Total 9f 



From Bofion to Portland 
Lynn Thayer 7 

Salam Tucker 7 

Ipfwkh Tredwell 12 



Bran ford 



New Ha yen. 



j 



Parfons 14 
Pratt 2 \ 
Crsne 8 
Stone 9 

9. 

Butler 
Ogden 
Prentice 
Nkhoils 



3 



Sol 



Utica- 



Mavnard 7 .! 
Hotel *5 



New -Haven to Ne wVYork 

ML ford Cjark I* 

! tratf >rd Lovejoy 4 

Fairfield Pttfa£e]N! IC 

Nor walk Reed 12 

Stamford DaveRjpt 9^> Unca/o Canandaigua. 

jfcyi Pennfieid 1 2| Weftmorelapd Crary n 

New-Rochell Williams 81 Vernon Pierfon 6 

Harlem Hauley 9 ^Uiinoi Clark *9 

New- York 9JOi>andaga 



-i fVIarcellus 
1 ^|jAureHi>s 



Rice 12 

Goociw n i"8 

Hotel 18 

New-Londen to Hertford JCanandaigua- Taylor 16 
New-Salem Turner f4j 

Oolchefter (Good ion ) & I12 

M irlborou;! 1 ?! Butl 8, 

Glattc-nbary Wefts iolFrom Canandatgua to >,ta- 

Kaktfors Goodwin 5 , , N ra Fais ; . , - 

_ ...... C a 1 ad n ■ a Sjr t.th . £?£ 

_«~ 43{3AfiyiA Keyes 24 

Hartford to AiVnv.' * |vV"il)!'-ck Vand venter 22 
Fanivington * Phelps 6;Bu(u!oe Creek Landon 22 
rewIhrUbid Co^ps ^-Niagara *ahs No Inn 21 
Sam'diTnVid Hawley 14 

Lenox .C<>if;e lioufo 22 

N e w - 1 j. I1211 o a II u 1 12] — — r- " ~~~ 

Philipstown^chemjrhorn 9 From Providence to Hart- 



11 n 



Union ViiUge Lee 7,' , 

Albany, Gregory i.iJPiaiR§ :d 

— _. Wmdrnim 
9 j ! Coventry 

. ! H,-R1F0RD 



ford. 



Eaton 30 

fcttniiWd 14 

Fertton 13 

Gitfetf rj 



74 



From Abciny /o U ic 1 | 
fchenr'ctadv Rogers H 

Amilerdam Oftgf&iidt H> ' - 

jofcntWn Connolly ifM'ddle road frM BoftoU 

Palatine Zobrifkie i&J O Ncw-Kavrn, ^ 

L tt;e Falls Ca:r iC;Medfigld Clai^ 23 



141 



Uxbridge 
Pom fret 
Mansfield 
Hartford 
Meriden 
New- Haven 



Plead 23 

Sabin 20 

Kimball 9 

Green 22 

Robinfon 19 

But'er 17 

140 



From Hartford to N. Haven 
thro' Middletown. 

MlDDLETOWN Nichols 1$ 

Wallingford Carrington 14 
New- Hayek Butler 13 

42 
From Hartford to Wind- 

for, (Vermont.) 
Springfield Williams 28 



Northampton Clark 19 

Deerfield Bennet 18 

Putney Stowers 23 

Chirlestown Ely 20 

Windsor Petti? ib* 

126 



From N. 


Lont'on to New- 


Miftic 


port. 

Burro:, s 


S 


A'efter'y 


Rhodes 


7 


Charleflown Stan on 


n 


Tower-H 


<i Hall 


1 2 


arragan 


et F-MTv 


?> 


Newport 


Townfend 


7 



5^ 



* nx w >mm-m aMMa ; a. mtm r\^i 2, 



MAIL STAGES. 

Quick Mail Stages. — From Boston to New-Y:-rk 
in 48 hours, via Providence, N. London k N. Muvcn, 
to April 1, 1809. Leaves Boston Mondays, Wednes- 
days Sc Fridays, at 12 o'clock m. arrives at Pro\i- 
dence same days at 7 p. m. at Norw : ch, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays 8c Saturdays, at 4| o'ci'k a.m. at N Lon- 
don same days at 7 a.m. leav e N. London same days 
at 7\ a m. arrive at N. Haven same days at 6 p. m. 
leave N. Haven same days at 7 p.m and arrive atN- 
York Wednesdays, Fridays and Sauirdavsat 1 p. m. 
^Returning) leave New- Yen k Sundays, Tuesdays 8c 
Thursdays at 8 a.m arrive at N. Haven Mondays, 
Wednesdays cc Fridays at 1 a.m. at N.London same 
days at 11 \ a.m. at Norwich same days at 3 p.m. at 
Providence Tuesdays, Thursdays 3c Saturdays at X 
A.M. at Boston same days at 9 a.m. 



/s 



142 

Slow Mail Stages.— Leave Boston eveiy day at 9 
A, m. arrive at ProvidVnce do. 6 p. m. leave Provi- 
dence Tuesdays, Thursdays Sc Saturdays, at 6 a. m. 
arrive at Norwich same days at 3 p m. ditto N.Lohljji 
don 7 p.m leaves N. London Wednesdays, Fridays, 

6 Sundays at 7 a.m. arrives at N. Haven same day! 
at 6 p.m. ditto N.York, Thursdays, Saturdays an£ 
Mondays at 1 p.m. Returning, leave N.York MorSS 
days, Wednesdays & Fridays at 8 a.m. leave N- Ha- 
ven Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays at 6 a.m. ar- 
rive at N-London ditto 4p.m. ditto Norwich 7 ?.M'| 
at Providence Wednesdays, Fridays £c Sundays at! 

7 a.m. ditto Jit Boston every day 6 p.m. 

$3* The Mails close before Ike Stages arrive. 77j| 
rnaiU from Kewjiort arrive and close on Monday*' 
& Thursdays at 1 2 J . M. The Aonherh mail vimY 
Colchester and Hartford arrives on Monday at W ' 
P.3I.and closes on Friday at 6 P.M. — via Aorwic/i 
closes on Mondays ami Wednesdays at noon. 
Post-Office Hartford, Winter Establishment 

Southern Mail — Arrives Mondays, -Wednesdays 
Sc Fridays via Middletowa 6 p.m. Tuesdays, Thurs«l 
days and Saturdays, via Berlin 8 a.m. — Closes, Sun- |T 
days, Wednesdays &' Fridays via Berlin 11 a.m. on ' 
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays Sc Saturdays via 

Midiletown 8 a.m -Eastern — Arrives, Sundays, 

Wednesdays 8c Fridays via Suffield at 12 a.m. Tues- 
days, Thursdays Sc Saturdays via Tolland 6 p.m.— 
Closes, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays via 
Tolland, at 7 a. m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays Sc 

Saturdays via Suffidd, 7 a.m. A'brihzmfiion and 

Vermont. — Arrives Sunday noon and Wednesdviy Q 
p. m. — closes Thursday 7 a.m. and Saturday 7 p. yfr 

Albany and Hudson. — Arrives Saturday ar.d 

closes Tuesday 6 p ■ m. Middle town* — Arrives 

Tuesdays, Thursdays Sc Saturdays at 6 p.m. — clofS 

Wednesdays Sc Fridays 8 a.m. A ev:- London.--* 

Arrive Tuesdays and "Thursdays via Norwich, and 
close 6 p.m. via Colchester arrive Saturday 5 p,M. 
and close Monday 6 a.m. 



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INDEX. 



\ LMANA^K, Page 5 

X Attomies Circuit 

Court, Conn. 12 f- 

Prartising, Conn. 



(see the counties) 

cademie*. Cheshire, 114 

Bacon lis 

uiks, 118 

tptist Ministers, ord. 
unsettled, 1 1 1 

ourts, 133 

omm- Loans, 242 

ities, 116 

lergy, Sec. 104 

andidates and unset- 
tled Ministers, 109 
olleges~New-Haven,l 14 
Harvard, 115 
Williamstown, 1 15 
Rhode-Island, 115 
Dartmouth, 115 
onn ecticut — Govern - 
ment, executive and 
legislative 53 
— Judicial and Civil, 6G 
Hartford County, 61 



New-Haven, 


63 


New-London, 


66 


Fairfield, 


68 


Windham, 


70 


Litchfield, 


72 


Middlesex, 


75 


Tolland, 


77 


duties — Impost, 


25 


— Free, 


37 


■ — Tonnage, 


S8 


— Payable in, 


3S 


§*- Credit, 


42 



123 
132 



Fees, 40 

Allowance, 4C— 42 

Forts of Entry, 44 

Restrictions, 45 

Tares allowed, 41 

Kate s of Coins, 39 

Jnfen nation gene- 
rally, 46 
Eclipses, 3 
Freemen's Meetings, 
Free-Masons, 
Governors of States, 
Indiana Territory, 
insurance Companies, 118 
Louisiana Territory, 133 
Medical Society, * 122 
Monies of Account, 22 
Militia, 60 
Ministers & Consuls, 134 
Methodist N. E. Con- 
ference, 1 1 1 
Missionary Society, 1 1 3 
\iessisippi Territory, 133 
Michigan Territory", 133 
Mail 'Stages,& Mails, 141 
Nomination, Assistants, 60 
Notaries, Conn. 79 
Orleans Territory, 133 
Post Office, &c. 49 
Post-Masters, 50 
Postage, 49 
Probate Courts, 78 
Receivers pub -money, 125 
Roads and lnnkeepers,139 
Surveyors, 52 
Tables— Tides, 4 

Polls and Estates, 20 

• Weight and value 



INDEX. 



of coins, 

Interest, pounds, 

do dollars, 

V'ilueo Cents in 

lav ful Money 
United hUtes Oncers, 



'—Executive and State,! 25 

— Senators, 1 29 

— Representatives, loO 

— .Indicia!, 326 

— Revenue, 47 



ERRAT A. 
Page £6 To Aids add Charles M'Ewen, William 
\V?Jk'*r. 
%m Dele K. Daggett, and S.M. Mitchell, jr. \ 
Post-Master, Boston, Aaron Hill. 
tkfe H. Flaggy and add John M. Gannett, and Shel- 

don VV.Candee, Attorn ies, Hartford. 
AddEra'stus Osborne, D. Sheriff Southbury. 

Wm Beklen, Norwalk, Jesse Beech, "Derby, Sc ! 

— — - Beebe, Middlcbury, Attornies. 
Moses Beach, Walling ford/ survey ®r — N. Red-1 
field has resigned. 
Governor's Guards, New-HaVen. Iforse. Elihu 
Munson, comrr.ad't. Wm. A- Babccfck, Jo-iah P>. i 
Morse, lieutenants. Foot r Jeremiah At water, \ 
captain. Luther Bradley, Jieut Henry Eld, ensign, j 



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OBSERVATION. • 'ECU 



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HP HE hcur of r.ighc is, many times, more conve 
X iently estimated by the irioon's southing, than 
lier rising and sitting, " 

To find the moon's southing : 

R U L E. 

Add three hours to the time of high water on anj 

ifiven day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and yo 

will have the true time of the moon's southing for 11.1 

that day. Lby 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting 
you will have the length of the day ; and double tin 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the night 

Chronological Cycles for the year i8ioJ 

Dominical Letter, 'G I Solar Cycle, <27 Jf lil 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- | Roman lndiction, 13 

en Number, 6 | Julian Period, 6521 
Epact, 25 



en .Number, 6 Julian I'enod, 6a21 

Epact, 25 I 

Names and Characters of the Planets. 

O or Sol or Sun. © or D Luna or Moon, 
^Herschell. \ Satiim. 11 Jupiter. % Mars. 
@ Tellas, or Earth. 9 Venus. ? Mercury. 

N^mes and Cha^afiters of the Afpects. 

6 Conjunction, or planets situated in the same 
longitude, 

□ Qr.artile, when they are °0 degrees distant 
from each other. 

£ Opposition, when they are 180 degrees dis- 
tant. 

A Trine, -when they arc 120 degrees distant. 

-X ScxtUe, is when two planets or stars arc 60 
de'.-rees distant. 



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ECEU'bEb UN THE YbAK 1810. 



rHERE will- be but two Eclipses this year, 
and both of the Sun. | t\A C*C\t\A 

I. The first will be April 3d, at S o'clock and 
n|-9 minutes, in the evening, invisible. 

II. The second will be September 28, at noon ; 
»ut by reason of the moon's south latitude, the 
>en umbra will not quite reach our vertex, const- 
juently it will be invisible to us : butmlat. 6° S. 
mcl long. 72^° W. on the main continent in South- 
America, there will be a central annular Eclipse 
on their meridian ; exhibiting a bright ring of 
ight round the Moon's body, appearing like a 
jplt-ndid gold ring-. 



FREEMEN'S MEETINGS, 
REEMEN'S-MEETINGS, throughout the 
State of Connecticut, are held annually on 
the third Monday in September, and on the Mon- 
day following the first Tuesday in April. 

A'umber of Inhabitants in the several States in 1800. 



Blacks y Ijfc. 
Vermont 557 

N.Hampshire 860 
Maine 818 

Massachu. 6452 
R.Island 3684 
Connecticut 6281 
New-York 30,987 
N.Jersey 16,824 
Pennsylva. 16,270 



Total 
154,465 
183,856 

151,719 
422,845 
69,122 
251,002 
586,050 
211,140 
602,545 



Blacks, Isfc. Total. 



Delaware 14,421 
Maryland 127,694 
Virginia 367,475 
% Carol. 140,329 
S.Carolinal49,336 
Georgia 61,618 
Kentucky 40,184 
Tennessee 13,893 



64,273 
349,692 
886,149 
478,103 
345,591 
162,686 
220,959 
105,602 



Territory N.W. of Ohio, total 45,365. — Indiana, to- 
tal 6,407 — Mi&nsippi Territory ,total 8,850- — Total in 
1790— 3,929,326— In 1800—5,305,482, 



TABLE. Jbeivitig the difference of High-Water at fever\ 
places from Neiv- London. 
r ~f"*HE fi xt £ column of each monthly page fiiews tl 
tim*- of Hi>ih-water at New-London, New-Yorl 
Elizabethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape-Henlopej 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Car* 
Una — to which if you add and fubtra<5l as in the annexe 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol 
lowing places.— (A) fiiews that the annexed quantitiel 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtrafted— (H) ftands fol 



liciirs, (M) for minutes. 



Karnes of Places 

Albany A 

Am boy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 

At-napolis, ~No*f. A 

New-Bedford S 

Bofton A 

Burlington A 

Canfo A 

Cape-Ann A 

Cape Fear S i 

Cafco Bay A 2 

Charleston Bar S 2 

Fairfield A 2 o 

Frederica,G^ro-/rt, S I o 

Georgetown Bar S 2 2o 

Guilioid A i 3o 

Hackenfack A3 

Halifax A 3 o 

Hell Gate A o 30 

Hartford A 2 20 

Hi n sham S 1 32 

Huntington A 2 o 

Ipfwich A 2 45 

Jamestown A o 50 

Kingftown,E/^i/j, A 6 o 

Louifbourgh A3 

JVfciin Ocean S o 43 

Mobil le- Point A 5 o 

hSao tucket S I 30 



H . m . I Names of Plates . 
6 30 Newburyport A 

45 New- Haven A 

2 o New Providence S 

3 oi New town Landing A 

1 1 2jNorwich Landing A 
a 5jPenobfcot 

20 Penfacola 

2 50J Philadelphia 
2 45 Pifcataway 

1 o I Plymouth 
i5 ( 'Polepels Ifland 



Port Royal, 5 C. 

Portfinouth 

Providence 

Purifburgh, 5. C. 

Quebec 

Reody-Ifland 

Rhode- Ifland 

Salem 

Sandy- Hook 

Savannah 

Saybrook 

St. Auguftine, ZJ. 

St. John's, Kewf 

Snnbury, Georgia^ 

Tybee Bar 

White *.tone 

Williamfbuig, Va. 

Wilmington, N.C. 



2 4 
1 5 
I 2 
1 < 
O 41I 






I JANUARY, hath 3i days. 


J New mo. 5d. 10ii.50m.m. 


Full m.20day,0h. 19m. a 


J First qr.12d.7h.45m.mo. 


Lastqr. 28d.6h. 


27m. m 


I MjVVj Calendar, &c. |(v)ri.|@s.|F. 


sea.|i. j) 


1 2 Circum. A coidl 28|4 32 4 


5b 


r 


21-1 


storm of snow 7 28[4 3.2 


5 


51 


3 


34 


D Per. J) low, or727|433 


6 


5£ 


4 i 


4J5 


Full tides. rain 


7 27U33 


7 


58 


5 : 


5;6 


New moon. UQll 


7 26*4 34 


9 


00 3 st 


67 


Epiphany. 


7 26J4 34 


10 


00| 6 1 


7G 1st. sund. after Ep. 


7 25 [4 35 


10 


5S 


7 I 


8-2 © slow of clock 7m. 


7 24J4 36 


M 


54 


8 A 


93 


j Cold weather about 


7 24 4 36 


aft. 43 


9 4 


104 


Days increase 14 m. 


7 23;4 37 


1 


32!l0 5 


115 


these days. 


7 22 


|4 38 
4 38 


2 


19J11 5 


126 


D05 More 


7 22 


3 


sjmor 


137 


y. sets llh. 43 m. even. 


721 


4 39 


3 


52 


5 


14G 


r 2d after Epiph. 


7 20 


4 40 


4 


38 


1 5 


15 3 


moderate^ then 


7 20 


4 40 


5 


24 


2 4 


16 3 


]) high. comes 


7 19 


441 


6 


11 


3 3 


174 


D Apogee. rain. 


7 18 


4 42 


6 


58 


4 3 


185 


Fog, va/iGr. 


7 17 


4 43 


7 


45 


5 1 


196 


More moderate. 


7 16 


4 44 


8 


32 


6 


20 7 


O instil h.m. F.fc 


7 15 


4 45 


9 


18 


}ri 


21G 


3d. aft. Epiph* 


7 14 


4 46 


10 


3 


6 


22 2 


Some firetty 7 1 3 


4 47 


10 


48 


7 


23'3 


O slow of clock 12 m. 7 12 


4 48 


11 


33 


8 


24 4 


good weather 


7 11 


4 49 


morn. 


9 


25 5 


Conversion St. Paul. 


7 10 


4 50 





58 


10 


26 6 


for winter, then 


7 9 


451 


1 


3 


11 1 


27J7 


Day's increase 44 m. 


7 8 


4 52 


1 


52 


mori 


28jG 


4th aft. Epiph. nQ5 


7 7 


4 53 


2 


45 


1 


29;2 


snow, rain* ' 


7 6 4 54l 3 


3; 


1 1 


30:3 


D Perigees andJ sk 55\ 4 


3! 


2 2 


3J4 ! $ Gr. elon. vaheur.\7 4-U 56f 5 


29 


3 2 



A* 



"FEBRUARY hath 28 days. 



New m. 3d. 9ii. 21m.after. 
First qr. 1 Id. 2h. 6m. morn. 



Fullm.l9d.6h.llm.moriiI 
Last qr. 26d. 3h.5Qm.afty t- 



M|\V j Calendar, Sec. }©ri.|(v)s.|F.sea,|r, ^ si 



! 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

S 

Q 

10 7 
G 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
G 
2 
3 
4 



2i 

2 3 

27 



O sl.ofcl.14m. 5 low. 


7 3 


457 


6 20 


Purfi.B.V.Mary. J7 2 


458 


7 32 


New moon. S?iow 7 1 


4 59 


8 32 


5th aft. Epiph. on6 59 


5 1 


9 28 


Full tides. *aw*J558 


5 2 


10 22 


b station. Cold. 


6 57 


5 3 


11 15 


Days increase lh. 8m. 


656 


5 4 


aft. 3 


21 sets 10 h. 16 m. ev. 


6 54 


5 6 


52 


*uggyi th e n 


653 


5 7 


1 40 


)) high. snow. 


652 


5 8 


2 27 


Gthalt.Epiph. UQ D 


651 


5 9 


3 n 


So sue fikasant 


6 49 


5 11 


4 2 


j) apogee. weather^ 


648 


5 12 


4 49 


Valentine, then 


6 47 


5 13 


5 37 


comes rain. 


646 


5 14 


6 24 


Inf. 6 © % 


6 44 


5 15 


7 11 


More jdeasant. 


643 


5 17 


7 57 


Septuages. Sund. 


6 42 


5 18 


8 33 


in a 1 morn. F. ^ 


6 40 


5 20 


9 28 


J\ow comes 


6 39 


521 


10 14 


O si. of clock 14m. 


6 38 


5 22 


11 2 


snow or rain. 


636 


5 24 


11 49 


Days incr. lh. 50m. 


6 35 


525 


morn. 


St. Matthias. 


6 34 


5 26 


39 


Sexagis.J Sund. 


6 32 


528 


1 30 


□ 0> D low * 


631 


5 29 


2 24 


2 Perigee. to 


6 30 


5 30 


3 22 


/wzY, vafiour. 


628 


5 32 


4 20 



4 291 


5 28 


5 set. J 


6 7 


7 17 


8 27 


9 35 


10 34 


11 33 


morn 


32 


1 7 


1 42 


2 47 


3 53 


j on 

4 oo 


n \ 9 


J 1 o 


5 $3 


3 ris 


6 57 


7 59 


9 1 


10 5 


11 10 


mom 


14 


1 19 


2 11 



The Planet Venus ( $ ) will be morning star tillj 
March 15th, thence eveningstar to the year's end. 



MARCH hatTi 31 davs. 



w in. od. 8 h. 36 m. mor. 
st qr. 12(1. !0h. Om. aft. 



Full ino.20d.9h.44m.aft. 
Last qr.27d.10h.52m.af. 



M| VV| Calendar,Scc. |©r. |©s.|i<\ 


sea.|i\ 3> s. 


1 


5 St. David. ,6 27 


5 33 » 


19, 3 14 


2 


6 


Windy weather. -6 25 


5 35 


6 


18) 4 5 


o 

J 


7 


Days incr. 2h. 12m. 


624 


5 36 


7 


14J 4 47 


4 


G 


Quinquagts. Sun. 


6 23 


5 37 


8 


91 5 30 


5 


2 


N T ew moon. G O h 


621 


5 39 


9 


3') sets 


6 


3 


throve Tuesday. 


6 20 


5 40 


9 


54! 7 13 


7 


4 


1st day of it-tut. 


6 19 


541 


10 


45! 8 17 


8 


5 


J\'ow ex/iect S 17 


5 43 


11 


38; 9 22 


9 


6 


si. of clock 1 1m. 


6 16 


5 44 


aft. 22 10 21 


10 


7 


rain in plenty, 


614 


5 46 


I 


1011 20 


11 


G 


1st Sund. in lent. 


6 13 


5 47 


2 


0. mor n. 


12 


2 


D high. D0]) 


6 12 


5 48 


2 


47 


12 


13 




D apogee. J3bte 


6 10 


5 50 


3 


35 


1 05 


14 


4 


pleasant, then 


6 9 


5 51 


4 


22 


1 50 


15 


5 


Sup. 6 O 9 **<*&. 


6 7 


5 53 


5 


9 


2 35 


16 


6 


jyt sets 8h. 36 m. 


6 6 


5 54 


5 


56 


3 IS 


17 


7 


5 evening star. 


6 4 


5 5'6 


6 


42^ 3 51 


18 


G 


2d Sund. in lent. 


6 3 


5 57 


r 


28; 4 24 


\9 


2 


Falling weather. 


6 2 


5 58 


8 


15J 4 57 


20 


3 


Full moon. 


6 1 


559 


9 


2, J) rise 


2] 


4 


O in *f 1 morn. 


5 59 


6 1 


9 


50J 6 57 


22 


5 


Windy weather. 


558 


6 2 


10 


43 8 2 


23 


6 


A storm. 


5 566 4 


11 


33J 9 8 


24 


7 


\l stationary. 


5 55:6 5 


morn .] 10 14 


25 




3dinlent.Anniw.V.M. 


5 53,6 7 





28.11 20 


26 


3 


3 perigee. Pleasant^ 


552 


6 8 


1 


2 5 morn. 

22! 18 


27 


> 


D0D D low. then 


5 51 


6 9 


2 


28 


1. 


rairry weather. 


5 49 


611 


3 


20! 1 16 


29 


5 


slow of clock 5 m. 


5 48 


612 


4 


18 


2 4 


30 


6 


ikfore pleasant. 


5 47 


613 


5 


14 


2 5 3 


31 


7 


Day's incr, 3b. 30m. 


545 


6 15 6 


7 


3 32 





APRIL hath 30 days. 




$0 


New mo. 3 d. 8ri.50m.aft. 


Full m.l9d. 10h.21m..mi|| 


First qr. lld.5h.4om. aft. 


Lastqr.26d. 4h.41m.ir|| 


W 


M| Wj Calendar, fcc. |©r-|©s.|F. 


sea. jr. 3) si 


f! 


1 


^1 


4th m lent. 5 44 


6 16 


7 





4 1 | 


!5s 


2 


2 


Pleasant 


5 42 


6 18 


7 


51 


4 5(1 


f-j 


3 


3 


Sun eclipsed. 


541 


6 19 


8 


42 


j) set:! 


Tl 


4 


4 


weather. 


5 40 


6 20 


9 


30 


7 IS 


r 


5 


5 


O slow of cl. 3 m. 


5 38 


6 22 


10 


Of 


8 13 


n 


6 


6 


jRaz'tt or S?iow. 


5 37 


623 


11 


9 


9 15 


Itfc 


7 


7 


Day's increase 3h.50m. 


5 35 


625 


11 


58 


10 9 


It 


8 


G 


5th in lent. D high. 


5 34 


626 


aft. 47 


1 1 4; 


T 


9 


2 


3 apogee. 


5 33 


6 27 


1 


36 


H51, 


l S 


10 


3 


Pleasant 


5 3 1 


6 59 





24 


morn. 


i 10 


U 


4 


□ O 3 weather. 


5 30 


6 30 


3 


11 


39 


||i 


12 


5 


Now comes 


5 29 


631 


3 


57 


1 18 


i 1 - 


13 


6 


showers. 


5 27 


6 33 


4 


43 


1 57 


1=1 


14 


7 


O and cl. even. 


526 


6 34 


5 


29 


2 34 




15 


G 


Palm Sun. 


5 25 


635 


6 


14 


3 1! 


rf 

r.i 


16|2 


Pleasant 


5 24 


636 


7 





3 41 


! 


17J3 


Day's increase 4h. 16m. 


522 


6 38 


7 


5(> 


4 11 


II 


184 


Weather* 


521 


6 39 


3 


40 


4 41 




19 5 


Full moon. 


5 20 


6 40 


9 


32 


Drise 




206 


Good Fri. in 8 2 af. 


5 18 


6 42 


10 


27 


8 10 




217 


Lownj, foggy. 


517 


643 


11 


24 


9 15 




2s;g 


Easter Sun. 3) low. 


5 16 


644 


morn 


10 20 




232 


Est. Mon, Several 


5 15 


6 45 





23 


11 16 




24j3 


E. Tuesd. showers 


5 13 


647 


1 


22 


morn. 




25 4 


St. Mark. arctf5 12 


6 48 


2 


2-j 


13 




26 5 


<>up. 6 O 5 D05 


5 11 


6 49 






16 


56 




27 6 
287 


© fast of clock 3 m. 


5 10 


6 50 


4 


10 


1 40 




% morn.star. 6 O V 


5 8 


6 52 


5 


3 


2 16 




29G 


1st. af. E. Low Sun. 


5 7 


6 53 


5 


52 


2 53 




SO 1 


2 


Jierhajis thunder. 


5 6 


6 54 


6 


42 


3 27 





MAY hath 31 da vs. 



New mo. 3d.9h.59m,mor. Full hi. 18d.8h. 3 m. ai 
First qr. l!d.llh.54m. mo. Last (jr. 25 d.lOh.38 m.r 

M| W| Calendar, he. |©ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r. ]) 



1 




2 


4 


3 


5 


4 


5 


5 


7 


6 


G 


7 


2 


8 




S 


1 


10 


J 


11 


6 


12 


I 


lo 


.j 


U 


I 


15 


] 


If 


i. 


17 


) 


I* 


6 


H- 


r 


20 




2] 


2 


22 




23 


4 


24 


5 


25 


6 


2 6 


- 


27 


G 


28 


'2 


20 


.1 

:0 


So 


,4 


31 


15 



St. I'liiliip and Jumes. 
Gen. Elect. Newport. 
New moon. Plenty 

Day's increase 4h*58m 
uf 'rain near then 
2d aft. East. 3 high. 
2) Apogee. days. 

Pleasant 
nveaiher. 
Gen. Elect. Hartford. 
D0) then 

comes loivry 
3d after Easter. 

and rain. 
O fo» of cl. 4m. 

JFcggyi 
inornings. 
Full moon. 

Powry, hazy 
1th after Easter. 
Oinil 3 after, j) per. 
Full tides. 

Pine fileasam 
Days increase 5h. 36m 
Q0j) weather 

for several daus. 
:>th af. East. Roffa. S. 
then rain and thunder. 
3 fast of clock 3m. 
Gen. Elec. Boston. 
A see n, Holv T h 11 r?r1. 



5 6 

4l 6 
2 : 6 
16 



5 

4 59 

4-58 
4 57 
ijG 

*5 

|. 5 
!• 5 
4-52 
4 5 1 
4 50 
4 4 
4 48 
4 47 
446 
i45 
I 44 
1 43 
4 42 
t42 
14 
i 40 
4 3 c 
■1 3< 
iSP 
4 37 
4 37 



I 7 SO 4 
S 18 4 I 
9 7pse 
9 55\ 8 

10 441 8 £ 

11 33| 9 i 
afr:2i;!0 2 

1 9J11 S 
1 55J11 5 



41 

26 
11 
56 
42 
31 
2 1 
15 
13 
•3 



men 

2 

1 

1 

2 

2 
3 
3 



4 
1 
4 
1 
5 

Dris 

8 



11 14 9 
morn. 10 



13 



12 



3 2 

3 51 

4 40 

5 28 

6 13 

7 2 

7 50 



11 2 

11 4 

mon 

2 

5 

1 3 
2 

2 3 

3 1 
3 4 



JUNE hath 30 da vs. 



New mo. ld.llh.51.-n. aft. 
First qr. lOd. 3h.33m.mo. 



Full 

Last 



mo. 17d .3h. 31 
qr. 23dav6h.O 



m. m. I 
m.aft 



M\ W| Calendar, kc. |©n.j©s.j±\sea.jr. i) s 



New moon. 
J) high. Pleasant 

Sun.aft.Ascem §Q ^ 
J) Apogee. 

weather. 
Qfast of clock 2 m. 

Hazy. 
Pleasant. 
2l rise 2h. 55 m. mor. 
Whit. Sun. D03 

Now exjiect 
rain and 
thunder. 
Q and clock even. 
6 Q o Pair. 

Hot weather. 
7j(; Trinity Sun. D per. 
3.2 j])low. Warm. 

9j3 {High tides. //azy 



4 
5 
6 
7 
3 
9 

1 
2 
3 
4 

6 
6 7 



4 Longest days 15 hours. 
5(0ing[55aft. Inf. 6 Q$ 
6 j Plying clouds. 

7|aQ3 Dry. 

istaf. Trin. St. John B. 
Now come* 
rain I believe. 



u 


G 


15 


3 


'6 


1 


17 


I 


1% 


5 


: 9 


6 


30 


7 



O slow of clock - 



m. 



St. Peter 

D high. 



Somerain 

and 

thunder. 



36 


724 


8 38 


36 


7 24 


9 28 


35 


7 25 


10 17 


33 


7 25 


11 2 


34 


726 


11 59 


34 


726 


aft. 35 


33 


7 27 


1 19 


33 


7 27 


2 3 


32 


7 28 


2 47 


32 


7 28 


3 32 


31 


7 29 


4 17 


3117 29 


5 5 


3ll7 29 


5 56 


31 j 7 29 


6 52 


317 29 


7 50 


30.7 30 


8 51 


30,7 30 


9 53 


30 7 30 


10 55 


30 


7 30 


11 54 


30 


7 30 


morn.! 


30 


7 3C 


50i 


30J7 30 


1 42; 


so\r 30 


2 33; 


30 7 30 


3 2i 


30; 7 30 


4 8 


30-7 30 


4 56 


3o p 30 


5 43 


29|7 31 


6 30 


2917 31 


7 18 


29 


731 


8 6 



D sets 

7 46 

8 36 



16 
54 
35 



9 

9 
10 
11 
11 37 
morn 

7 

38 

1 10 

1 42 

2 23 

3 , 4 
3 45 

D rise 

8 47 

9 32 
10 17 
10 53 

11 is 

morn 

] 

3j 

1 i 

1 44 

2 2 • 

3 4 



JULY hath 



o I Ckayt 



[New mo.ld.2h, 19m. ait. I Full m. ro d. lOh.om.nu 
[First qv. 9d. 4h. 22m. aft, | Last qr.23d.3 h.$3 n..nic 

New moon 31 day, 5 h. 23 m. Kiorn. 



[M|VV| Calendar, &c. 


(v}-j 


|©s- 


|F..se, 


K> 


J ( 


J|2d aft. Tnn. J apo. 


4 3i 


7 29 


8 54 


J)SC 


2 4 


HVisita. V. M. 


4 32 


7 28 


9 40 


75 


5 ^. 


> Fog and ra/icr. 


4 32 


7 28 


10 27 


8 2 


4 


INDEPENDENCE. 


4 32 


7 28 


11 12 


9 


5 c 


O slow of clock 4m. 


4 33 


7 27 


11 55 


9 3 


f ( 


) Dull and 


i 33 


7 27 


aft. 39 


10 


77 


lowry weather. 


4 34 


7 26 


1 23 


10 3 


8( 


j 3d after Trin. 


4 34 


726 


2 7 


11 


9^ 


□ OD 


4 35 


7 25 


2 53 


11 3 


IOC 


Day's shortened 10m. 


4 35 


725 


3 42 


morr 


11 4 


Very hot. 


4 36 


7 24 


4 33 


1 


12 5 


Qslow of clock 5m. 


4 37 


7 23 


5 27 


5 


136 


Rain is 


4 37 


723 


6 27 


1 s 


14 7 


5 low.. %'onted 


4 38 


7 22 


7 28 


2 3 


15( 


* 4th aft. Trin. J) per. 


4 39 


721 


8 30 


3 3 


162 


Full moon. 


439 


721 


9 32 


3)ris 


173 


High tides. 


4 40 


7 20 


10 30 


8 


184 


The scudding 


441 


7 19 


11 26 


8 4 


195 


clouds give 


4 41 


7 19 


morn . 


9 2 


20 6 


% rises Oh. 2 9m. morn. 


4 42 


7 18 


20 


9 5 


217 


some encouragement 


4 43 


7 17 


1 11 


10 3 


22( 


JJoth af. Trin. 


4 44 


7 16 


2 


11 1 




lOinSl lOmo, D0) 


4 45 


7 15 


2 .49 


11 4 


243 


! fir rain. 


4 46 


7 14 


3 37 


morr 


25 i4 


pog days. St. James. 


I 46 


7 14 


4 25 


1 


{fio 


St. Anne. 


i 47 


7 13 


5 12 


5 


2rf5 


.Day'is shortened 36m. 


1-48 


7 12 


6 


1 4 


:s|r 


j 2 Apogee. > high. 


i 49 


7 11 


6 48 


2 3 


joje 


pth auer Trinity. 


I 50 


7 10 


7 35 


3 1 


30,2 


i Pleasant, dri 


i 51 


7 9 


8 22 


4 


3 !*3 l N"cw fhoorr. weather. 4 52 


7 8 


9 8 


Dset 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 



First qr. 8 d. 2h.33m.mo. 
Full mo. 14d.4h.59m.att. 



Last qr. 21 d.4h. 56iu.aft| 
New mo.29d.8h.48ni.afti 



M|W'l Calendar, &c. |®n.| ©s.|F.sea.|r. J s 



6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

U 

15 

16 

17 

1 

19 
,'20 
! 2l 
[22 
12 
\24 

j26 

2 
28 

129 

j 

oL 

•3 1 

o J 



17 7 



Lammas. 14 

©slow of cl. 6m. 4 54 

QQI 4 55 

Pleasant> t her 4 56 
7th aft. Trin. 4 57 

Ti-ansfig, of our Lord 159 
Name of Jesus, raini 5 
O0 3. iv cat hen 

Sun. 6 © $ 7Zf«7 5 

5 perigee. rt*«d 

5 low. days 

8th after Trinity. 
1? stationary. 
Full moon. 
Assumption. 

Not weather 
© slow of clock 4m. 

and rain. 5 L 
9th after Trinity. |5 14(6 46 

71 ris. lOh. 40m. ev 
Q © D Perhaps thun. 
Com. Dartmouth. 
© in wi, 4 aft. D © 2/ 
St. Barth. 3 high. 
3 Apogee. Pain. 

10th aft. Trin. 



1 6 59 
658 
57 
6 56 
6 55 
6 53 
6 52 
6 51 
6 50 
6 49 
6 47Jmorn 



5 2 

37 
2t 

4< 
3( 
24 
17 
IS 

ti 

12 

lo 

ir 

15 

7 

1 
52 



2 ^Thunder and lightning 

3 Days short, Ik 50 m. 
4,Com.Camb. St.JohnB.ii 
5 } © and clock even. [5 



15 
16 
18 
19 
20 
21 

o n 

24 

O t 



27 
28 
More rain. ! 5 *9 



6 45 
6 44 
6 43 
641 
6 40 
6 39 
6 37 
6 36 
6 35 

6 32 
6 31 



44 



2 24 

3 is 

4 C 

4 41 

5 37 



7 37 

8 7 
8-33 

9 8 
9 39 

10 13 

10 47 

11 32 
morn. 

18 

1 17 

2 11 

3 14 
j) rise 

7 |i 

7 56 

8 33 

9 9 
9 45 

10 24 

11 3 



SEPTEMBER hatn 30 days. 

J'fjFirst qr. 6d.10h.37m. mo. Last qr.20d. 9h". 18m.ni( 
SFull mo. 13 d.lh.SOm.mo. New rn.28d.llh.59m.mc 



7 4 

f 



[JMIVVI Calendar, &c. ©ri.l©s.|F.se».lr.D 



17 DO) Lowry 5 3 1\6 29 

G 1 lth af. Trin. weather. 5 32 6 28 

2 (Dog days end. 5 33 6 27 

A 3 Days shorten. 2h. 10m 5 35 6 25 

5 4 [Com. Providence. 5 36\6 24 

€ 5 } low. □ © J) Rahiij 5 37) 6 23 

5 weather. 5 39 6 21 

7 Nativ. E. V.M. Much 5 40 6 20 

G 12th af. Trin. lowry, 5 416 19 

2 wet weather. 5 43 6 17 

113 O fast of cl.4m. 5 44 6 16 

12 4 Com. NJIaven. 5 45 6 1 

5 Full moon. 5 47 6 1 

14 6 Pleasant, then 5 48 6 12 

15 7 comes wet. 5 49 6 11 

16 G 13th after Trin. 5 516 9 

17 2 1 JLowry, hazy. 5 52 

18 3 Days shorten. 2h. 48m. 5 54 
i 9 4 | % rises at 9 o'clock. 5 55 
20 5 Dhigh. D0D 5 56 
216 St. Matthew. If. stat. 5 58 

22 7 3) apogee. 15 59 

23 G 14th af.Tr. ©in=£= laf *6 

24 2 This month has[6 

25 3 been unfavourable 6 

26 i ©fast of cl. 9m. J6 
for securing salt hay. 6 

28 5 Sim eclipsed. 6 © } 6 

29 7 More rain 
3CJG 1 5th after Trinity. 



10 54 

11 40 
aft. 29 



6 

2 

3 
A 

6 



6 7 
6 9 

16 1GJ 



8 

6 

5 

4 

2 

1 



5 58 

5 57, 

56 

5 54 

53 

5 52, 

5 50S 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
7 
8 
9 47 

10 40 

11 31 
mom 

24 



7 4, 



1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 

6 45 

7 29 

8 14 

9 
9 46 

10 34 



8 5 

9 5 

10 2< 

11 2< 
morn 

% 

1 2 

2 2! 

3 2: 

4 2 
j)ris< 

7 II 

7 4i 

8 2? 

9 £ 
9 5C 

10 3<; 

11 2: 
morn. 

14 

1 6 

2 2 

2 58 

3 55 

4 55 
j)sets 

6 3] 

7 8 



B 







OCTOBER 


hath 31 days. 


1 


First qi\5d.5h. 27 m. ait. 


Lastqr.20d.4h 


. 30m. mo. 


Full mo. 12d. Oh. 19 m. aft. 


New m.28d.2h 


. 11m- mo. 


,vl\\\\ Calendar, &c; |©n.|(v)s |b\s 


iea.jr. j) s 


I 


2 2/ rises 8 h. 13 m. 


5 15 


548 


11 


26 


7 46 


2 


3 


i" exjiect i 


U 


5 47 


aft 


12 


8 27 


3 


•1 


3 low. tttfTi 


5 1 


5 46 


1 


14 


9 8 


4 


j 


ram near this time 


6h 


5 44 


2 


10 


10 10 


5 


fi 


3 perigee. DQJ. 


617 


5 43 


3 


7 


11 13 


C 


7 


Some j ik as am 


6U 


5 42 


4 


4 


morn. 


7 


s 


16th after Trinity. 


6 2v 


5 40 


5 





19 


( 


2 


weather, 


621 


5 39 


5 


56 


1 25 








Day's shorten 3h.44m. 


6 2'I 


5 38 


6 


50 


2 35 


k 


1. 


O fast of cl. 1 3m. 


6 24 


5 36 


7 


43 


3 46 


i i 


5 


then lonvry 


625 


5 35 


8 


35 


4 52 


ife 


6 


Full moon. 


6 27 


-00 


9 


27 


3 rise 


1.6 


7 


and nvet. 


6 28 


5 32 


10 


18 


6 29 


U 


G 


17th after Trim 


6 2v 


5 30 


11 


9 


7 9 


1 5 


2 


More fileasant. 


6 3 1 


5 29 


12 


00 


7 50 


!€■ 


3 


Ston. Baptist Asso. 


6 32 


5 28 


morn. 


8 36 


17 


4 


Tnf. 6 © g jPgvsjefcSK 


6 33 


j 27 





50 


9 22 


18 


5 


St. Luke. 3 high. 


6 35 


5 25 


1 


39 
2- 


10 13 


15 


5 


© A pd gee. Windy 


6 36 


5 24 


2 


11 5 


& 


-r 


D © 3 nveather. 


6 37 


5 23 


3 


15 


morn . 


2 j 


*g 


18th af. Trin. 


6 39 


5 21 


4 


1 


11 


32 


g 


JV&w comes rain. 


6 40 


5 20 


4 


46 


1 18 


03: 


q 




Q\\\ % 9 afternoon. 


6 41 


5 19 


5 


30. 


2 3 


3^ 




OW zvrather. 


6 43 


5 17 


6 


15 


2 48 


25 


5 


Windy 


6 44 


5 16 


7 





3 47 


$ 


6 


O fast of clock !cm, 


645 


5 15 


7 


46 


4 48 


27 


7 


Perhap, 


6 47 


5 IS 


8 


3G 


5 47 


28 


c; 


19th aft. Trim Q( 


6 48 


5 )Q 


9 


24 


3 sen 


29 


<> 


r«//? 


6 *$te 1 1 


10 


17 


6 31 


GQiS 


D av 's shorten . 4h .4 m . 


6 50,5 10 


11 


13 


7 21 


3 1 ! 4 ' 3 low . Flying clo ucl^ j 


6 52 5 8 


aft.4 1 


8 12 



^OVftMKEIl hath JO cfSJf! 



First qu. 4d.0h.10m. aftc. 
Full m. 11 d. lh.42m.mo. 



Lastqr. l9cl.lh. 21m.ai 
Newrao. 26d.2h.57m.a1 



MW 



Calendar, Sec. |0i'i.|0s [i*'.sea.|r. 3 



8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

1 

U 

15 

ie 

17 
18 
19 

20 
I 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



All Saints. 

5| perigee, Perha/n 

rain, if not snow. 

20th aft.Trin. D0D 

' More pleasant. 

Hazy. 

<5©# Da. short. 5h. 

Rain in a 

O fast of clock 16m. 

day or two. 

G2 1st aft. Trin. Full ® 

J Windy i cool, 

3 I % rises 5h. 17m. even. 

D high. Pleasant, 

D Apogee. the? 

Cloudy and 

hazy. 

22d after Trinity. 

<?©^. GOD 

Much falling 
weather about 
©in t 5 afternoon. 

these days. 
Day's shorten. 5h. 36m. 
2 3d after Trinity. 
New moon. 
J> low. Uncomfortabl 
fast of clock 12 m. 



6 oJjd' 
6 54 5 
6 55 

6 57 

5 58 

6 59 

7 
1 
2 



9 1 

10 1 

11 2 
rnon 

5 
1 

2 



8 10 



5!3> 

6 St 



perigee. 
Andrew. 



weat/ier. 



9 
10 
711 
712 
7 13 
7 14 
715 
716 
717 
718 
7 1 

r i9U 

20J4 
3*214 

7 22.4 

7 22 ! 4 



4 
4 
4 

4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
8,4 42 



57\ 9 1 
55J 9 51 
54j 10 42 
53:11 32 
52 
51 

1 8 
1 54 
2 



50 

49 

48 

47 

46 

45 

44; 

43 

42 

4 

4! 

40 

39 

38 



mom, 
21 



39 
22 



! i 




1 4 


49 


Is 


35 


6 


21 


7 


10 


8 


1 



8 55 

9 54 

K) 53 

u 52 



8Jaft.50 



4 

5 

D rh 

6 5 

7 1 



8 5 

9 4 
10 4 
il 3 
morn 

3 

1 2, 

2 3- 

3 4( 

4 Sj 

5 3; 

6 3' 

7 4 
3 51 



DECEMBER hath Si day*. 


* irst qr. 3 d. 7h.56in.mo. 


Last q, 18d. 10 h. Om. ait 


: Full m. 10 d. 5 h.33m.aft. 


New m. 26d.2h. 22m.mo 


3Vi|YV| Calendar, &c. |{v)ri 


©s 


. F.sea.|r.©s 


1 l * 


r j Rain or s?wu 


>7 21 


I 4 37 I 45 iO U 


1.2 < 


j Advent Sund. 


7 24 


14 3' 


r 2 3911 21 


3$ 


! a O j) nf c? 


-7 24 


-4 36 3 31 'morn. 


4: 


//;<?$£ clays 


725 


43< 


i 4 22: 31 


, 5 1 


O fast of cl. 9m. 


7 25 


4 3* 


; 5 111 1 Sf; 


65 


Windy, cold vjeather. 


7 26 


4 34 


5 571 2 42 


7| 


i Days shorten. 5h. 52itl 


7 27 


4 34 


6 46J 3 43 


8,/ 


' Concep. B. V.M. 


7 27 


4 33 


7 36 : 4 44 


9{ 


; 2d in Ad. ? sta. 6* © g 


728 


132 


8 26,' 5 44 


102 


o* O h Full moon. 


7 28 


4 32 


9 1 5 <[ rise 


115 


D high. ./Vow 


7 28 


4 31 


10 4 


I 5 46 


12 4 


comes rain. 


729 


431 


10 5S 


6 37 


135 


3 apogee. 5now 


7-29 


431 


11 3£ 


7 29 


146 


#?Z<i 5&£tf. Co/c/ 


729 


431 


morn 


8 22 


15/ 


chilling winds. 


7 29 


4 3 1 


24 


9 16 


16C 


; 3d in Advent. 


7 3C 


4 30 


1 7 


10 1 I 


17 2 


Jfter a pleasant 


7 30 


4 30 


1 50 


11 7 


183 


□ Q) day comes 


7 30 


1, 30 


2 33 


morn. 


19 4 


shortest days 9h. 


7 30 


i 30 


3 17 


4 


20 5 


O fast of clock 2m. 


7 30 


130 


4 1 


1 1 


216 


St. Thorn. a storm. 


7 30 


4 30 


4 46 


2 3 


22 7 


Q in Vj 5 morn. 


7 30 


4 30 


5 36 


3 6 


23C 


r 4th in Advent. 


7 30 


4 30 


6 28 


4 11 


24 2 | Cold weather. 


7 30 


4 30 


7 24 


5 16 


253 


(Christmas. D low. 


7 30 


4 30 


8 22 


6 20 


26'4 


St, Stephen. 


7 30 


4 30 


9 24 


]> sets 


27;5 


May harmony 


7 30 4 30 


10 24 


6 36 


28!6 


and truth divine, 


7 29 4 31 


11 24 


7 46 


29J7 


Thro' all Columbia's 


7 29 4 31 c 


ift. 19 


8 57 


30 G 


regions shine. 


7 29 4 31 
7 28*4 32 


i 13 


9 57 


3ih 


^Cold weather. Adieu.' 


2 5 


10 58 



I 



I M TA B 1, E shewing the rJiipg an d s 
et Venus, ( 9 J ' the evening a,. 
and the rising, settings nn i § -m ' 
des, or Seven Stents ; unci also 
days fo? the 1st, 7th, 13//;, 19. 
each month of the year 1810. 



i 



>nJ S 



M.Star 
2 rises 
morn. 



7 Stars 
south, 
aftern. 



Days 
leng. 
h. m. 



6 10 
6 18 
6 26 
6 31 
6 34 



9 4 
9 10 
9 18 
9 28 
9 40 






6 36 
6 35 
6 34 
6 33 
6 29 



1 6 32 


9 54 


6 7 


10 8 


5 43 


10 24 


5 19 


10 40 


4 45 


10 56 



ti. Star 
2 sets 
even. 
6 
6 15 



7*sset, 
11 53 
11 30 
11 9 
10 47 





1 


6 36 


> 


7 


6 51 




13 


7 8 


jr: 


19 


7 23 




25 


7 41 



10 21 

10 

9 38 

9 15 

$ 52 



11 6 
II 22 
11 40 

11 56 

12 14 



12 32 

12 50 

13 6 
13 20 
13 36 



1 


7 56 


8 29 


7 


8 12 


8 7 


13 


8 26 


7 44 ' 


19 


8 39 


7*s ris 


25 


8 51 


inorR. 



9 2 
9 10 
9 15 
9 17 
9 18 



13 50 

14 4 
14 16 
14 28 
14 38 



25 

1 

37 

11 

47 



14 48 
14 56 

14 58 

15 
15 



M.Star 
2 sets 
even. 

lTl6 
9 12 
9 7 
9 1 
o 54 



. . ar j 
morn. 



1 


20 


56 





32 





8 


even. 



8 45 
8 39 
8 29 
8 21 
8 13 



1 


8- 4 


9 21 


7 


7 56 


9 


13 


7 50 


8 38 


19 


7 44 


8 17 


25 


7 38 


7 56 



7 34 


7 34 


11 3 


7 31 


7 13 


11 2 


7 27 


6 49 


11 - 


7 25- 


6 28 


10 4 


7 24 


6 3 


10 3 



1 


7 22 


5 38 


7 


7 21 


5 14 


13 


7 18 


7*s so. 


19 


7 14 


11 53 


25 


7 5 


11 26 



1 


6 52 


11 1 


9 1' 


7 


6 36 


10 34 


9 I 


13 


6 13 


10 8 


9 


19 


5 42 


9 41 


9 ( 


25 


5 8 


9 15 


9 ( 



B a 



&% 3 
a 3. <: 

? 9 a 


Gold 
Johannes, 
Half Johannes, 
Doubloon, 
Moidore, 
Eng. Guinea, 
Iren. Guinea, 
Span, Pistole, 
l ; ren. Pistole, 

Silver, 


* 

s 

3 

•s 


*a 


o 


^*OiCn (^ Oi^o oo ^ 
>£*. C^tn O^ on ^ O O .. 


punpuvig 


o^ 


a ^s 




o 
o 


C o»- •- ►- <jo ^ Co t*-> 

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o 
o 


o 

p 

00 

—A 
o" 

00 

00 


13 W *^J 00 (?* 00 00 OV 
OOO^OOOOO-^ 


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St* ? ? ? 




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O0<sO O^J 00 OS4*> 00 ? 

oooooooo?- 


o 

00 

o 




'£5.1 a J 


o 


H 14 H H »OlCO C^ 

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0)0 c^oo cr> o O?" 


o 

kfc> 

€0 


o 

en 
O 


O m ^ moj (• ^^ 

^j c« m >* 00 o o o 




o 


© 


o 
o 


00 00 ^ t* 9ij^ 00 CT> fc) 

o>*-4 cr> cr> o vo o o a. 
bv"i O 0\ O CO O O pj 


Eagles, J^ 

Dollars. | 
Dismes. g^ 

Cents, r 5 

Mills, g" 

• 



lot 






3 </> 

3> 3* 

3 <* 

5 c/s 

Q- us 



CD 



i 

§.[ TABLE of Simple Interest at 
For any Sum from 20s. to £ 



6 per Cent, 

1000. 




t. s. 


i. 


/. 


s. d. 


/. 


s, d. 


/. 


.f. d* 


1 








% 





60 





12 


O 2 





9 


6 





12 O 


1 


4 


3 








90 





l8 O 


1 


16 


4 








12 


1 


40 


2 


80 


5 








*5° 


1 


IO O 


3 


O 


6 








18 


1 


l6 O 


3 


12 


I 






i 
1 


1 

40 


2 
2 


2 O 
80 


4 
4 


40 
16 


9 





1 


7° 


2 


14 O 


5 


8 


10 





1 


10 


3 


OO 


6 





1 





3 





6 


O O 


12 





1 10 





4 


10 


9 


O O 


18 





2 





6 





12 


O O 


24 


00 


2 10 





7 


10 


15 


O O 


30 





3 ° 





9 





18 


OO 


36 





3 i° 





TO 


10 


21 


OO 


42 





4 





12 





24 


OO 


4 8 





4 10 





x 3 


10 c 


27 


OO 


54 





5 





15 


00 


30 


OO 


60 






TABLE, I 

Shewing the value of any number of Cents, from on 

to one hundred, in shillings, pence, and farthings. 



cts. 


*.</./: 


cAr 


•?. 


4£ 


cts 


£• 


*/. 


cts. 


s. 


<*./. 


4Tarf 
jpjnc 


X 


3 


26 


1 


6 3 


51 


3 


2 


76 


4 


6 3 


2 


12 


27 


I 


r 2 


52 


3 


1 2 


77 


4 


7 2 




2 1 


28 


1 


8 1 


53 


«» 

o 


2 1 


78 


4 


8 1 


4 


3 


29 


1 


9 


54 


3 


3 


79 


4 


9 




5 


3 2 


30 


1 


9 2 


55 


3 


3 2 


80 


4 


9 2 


1 


6 


4 1 


3i 


1 


10 1 


56 


o 


4 1 


81 


4 


10 1 


1^0 Sol 


7 


5 


32 


[ 


11 


57 


3 


5 


82 


4 


n 


g 


5 3 


33 


I 


11 3 


58 


3 


5 3 


83 


4 


11 3 


9 


6 2 


34 


2 


2 


59 


3 


6 2 


84 


5 


2 




10 


7 1 


35 


3 


1 1 


60 


3 


7 1 


85 


5 


1 1 


1 


11 


8 


36 


2 


2 


61 


3 


8 


86 


5 


2 


W 


12 


8 3 


37 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 


8 3 


87 


5 


2 3 


■13 


9 1 


38 


2 


3 1 


63 


3 


9 1 


88 


5 


3 1 


34 


10 C 


39 


2 


4 


64 


3 


10 


89 


5 


4 




15 


10 3 


40 


2 


4 3 


65 


3 


10 3 


90 


5 


4 3 


1 


16 


11 2 


41 


2 


5 2 


55 


3 


11 2 


91 


5 


5 2 


1 


17 


I 1 


42 


2 


6 1 


67 


4 


1 


92 


5 


6 1 


18 


1 1 


43 


2 


7 C 


68 


4 


1 


93 


> 


7 


19 


1 1 3 


44 


2 


7 3 


69 


4 


1 3 


94 


5 


7 3 




20 


1 2 2 


46 


2 


8 2 


70 


4 


2 2 


95 


5 


8 2 


1 


21 


1 3 


46 


2 


9 


n 


4 


3 


96 


5 


9 


It 


22 


1 3 3 


4r 


2 


9 3 


72 


4 


3 3 


97 


5 


9 3 


I 


23 


14 2 


4b 


2 


10 2 


73 


4 


4 2 


9<S 


5 


10 2 




24 


1 5 1 


46 


o 


11 1 


74 


4 


5 1 


99 


5 


11 1 




25 


1 6 


.50 


3 





75 


4 


6 


100 


6 








Moneys accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
pressed in Dollars or Units* District Or Tenting 
Cents or Hundredths, and Milles or Thousandths. 
A Disme being the tenth part of a Dollar, a CVrc/ 
the hundredth part of a Dollar, and a JfcftWl the 
thousandth part of a Dollar. 



MONIES OF ACCOUNT. 



In England. 
63 J4 Farthings (qrs.) make 1 Penny, d. 

U |2 Pence " 1 Shilling, a. 

Shillings, 1 Pound, /. 

A pound is §4 44 1-9 Cents. 

In France. 
Ii2 Dcniers make 1 Sol. 

(20 Sols 1 Livre or Frank. 

A Livre or Frank is 18£ Cents. 



In Holland* 
16* Phennings make 1 StiveY. 

20 - Stivers 1 Guilder. 

A Guilder is— 39 Cents. 



In Hamburgh. 
1 12 Deniers make 1 Sol-tub. 

1.12 Sol-lubs 1 Mark Banco. 

A Mark Banco is— 331 Cents. 



In Portugal. 
1000 Reas make 1 Milrea. 

A Milrea is— gl 24 Cents. 



In Spain. 
34 Maravedies of Plate make 1 Rial of Plate. 

8 Rials of Plate 1 Piastre. 

A Piastre is— 80 Cents. 
A Rial —10 Cents. 

In Russia* 
100 Copec make 1 Ruble. 

ALSO 

20 Mocosques make 1 Grive. 

10 Grives 1 Ruble. 

A Ruble is— $1. 



In Poland and Prussia. 
£}, 18 Penins make 1 Gros. 

" t * 30 Gros 1 Florin. 

8 Florins make 1 Rix Dollar.— A Rix Dollar is 



In Sweden, 
3| Orts make 1 Copper Dollar* 
A Copper Dollar is— 11 J Cents. 

In Denmark and Aorivay. 
16 Schillings make 1 Mark. 

6 Marks 1 Rix Dollar. 

A Rix Dollar is— §1. 



In Genoa* 
12 Denari make 1 Soldi. 

20 Soldi 1 Pezzo 

A Pezzo is gl. 



In Rome. 
10 Bajoches make 1 Julio. 

12 Julio 1 Stampt Crown. 

A Stampt Crown is— gl 35. 

In Aafiles. 
20 Grains make 1 Tarin. 
5 Tarin s — mm 1 Ducat. 
A Ducat is— 75 Cents. 



In India* 

12 Pice make 1 Ana. 16 Anas 1 Rupee. 

30 Cash — 1 Fanam. 36 Fanams 1 Pagoda. 

A Rupee is— go 55% Cents. 

A Pagoda is— gl 94 Cents. 

In China. 
10 Cash make 1 Candarune. 
10 Candarine — 1 Mace. 
10 Mace — 1 Tale. 
A Tale is— gl 43. 



kTES AT WHICH TAXABLE POLLS AKD E$ v ' 
TATES ARE PUT IN THE GfiAND LfcYY, 
JN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT*. 



•I 



)OLLS from 21 to 70 years of age, at 
Polls from 18 to 21 years of age, at 
Ken and Bulls four years old, at 
)ws, Steers, Heifers, and Bulls, three 
years old, at 

eers, Heifers and Bulls, two years old, at 
orse kind three years old, at 
[orse kind two years old, at 
prss kind of one year old, at 
aliions more than three years old, at 

iules three ) ears old, at 
ules two years old, y.t 
ules of one year old, at 
wering Jacks, at 
cres of Ploughland, at 
ores of Upland, Mowing, and Clear Pas- 
ture, at 

cres of Boggy Meadow, mowed, at 
cres of Boggy Meadow, not mowed, at 

{cres of Meadow Land in Hartford and 
Middlesex Counties, at 

Lores of other Meadow Land, at 

Lcres of Bush Pasture, at 

Lcres of unrnclosed Land, first rate, at 

icres of uninclosed Land, second rate, at 

Vires of uninclosed Land, third rate, at 

loaches, at 

Chariots, at 

>h actons, at 

>jachees,at i 

Curricles, at 

haises. chairs, or other two wheel carria- 
ges— fifteen, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, or 
sixty dollars, according to their value, • 
3th«r tour wheel carriages on springs, at 36 



gcO 


30 


10 


7 


3 34 


10 


7 


3 34 


cr 


10 


7 


3 34 


.34 


1 67 


1 34 


84 


34 


2 50 


1 25 


34 


34 


V7 


9 


168 


134 • 


ICO 


75 


68 



• Gold Watches, at g34 

Silver Watches, &c. at IV 

Steel and Brass wheeled decks, at 2i 

Wooden-wheeled clocks, at 7 

Fire-places, first class, at 5 

Fire-places, second class, at 3 

Fire-places, third class, at 2 

Fire-places, fourth class, at 1 

Stores, one story high, at 10 

Stores, two stories high, at 20 I 

Stores, three stories high, at ZQ 
Ounces of Silver Plate, at gl 11 per oz. at 

six per cent* 
Dollars on interest, 2Xux per cent. 
Dollars, Bank Stock, at three per cent. 

Sheep added as a penalty, at 

N.B. The poll of each non-commissioned officii 
and private of the militia, is exempted from tax; 
tion ; provided he produces a certificate from tr 
commanding officer of the company to which he k< 
longs, on or tefore the 10th of September, annual!] 
that he is equipped according to law, and dresse 
in uniform — and has performed military duty accoi 
ding to law, except when prevented by some reason 
able excuse. 

The Listers may abate for old or decayed houses 
one fourth, one half, or three fourths of the sum al 
which they are put in the list. 

Stock owned in Banks out of this„State, is not pul 
in the list when taxed in the State in which such 
Bank is kept. 

Attornies, Physicians, Surgeons and Mechanic 
are exempted from assessment for two } ears froi 
tke. time they commence business. 



/// 



Connecticut &tgi$itt> 



DUTIES. 

Articles on which Duties are payable a) their ft* 

fiortation into the United Elates, with Rites 

of Impost, alphabetically arranged. 

ARMS, fire and side, not oth- 
erwise enumerated,or parts 
thereof \7^pcr cent, ad va'l. 

Apparatus, philosophical, espe- 
cially imported for any semin- 
ary of learning free. 

Ale, beer and porter, in casks or 
bottles S cents per galluu 

-Almonds 2 cents per lb* 

Artificial flowers, feathers, ?nd 
other ornaments for women's 
head dresses 17 % per cent ad va(. 

Anniseed ' 17% ditto. 

Anchors 15 ditto, 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, 
product or manufacture of the 
U. States, spirits excepted free. 

Brass teutenage and wire free. 

— iron or steel locks, hinges, 
hoes, anvils and vices 15 ditto, 

all other manufactures of 17 i ditto. 

Balls and balsams, (see powders, 
pastes, &x.) 17J ditto. 

Beer, ale or porter, in casks or 
bottles 8 cents per gallon. 

Bricks and tiles 17 per cent, ad vail 

Bonnets, hats, and caps of every 

kind ' 37J ditto. 

Boots 75 cents per jjptr. 



26 

Books, blank 15 per Cent. 

- — , of persons who come to reside 

the United States free. 

Buttons, of every kind 17£ flcr cent, 
Buckles, shoe and knee ±7% ditto. 

Brashes 35 ditto. . 

Bullion free 

Burgundy Mne 45 cts.per gaL 

Cannon of brass 17J per cent. 

Carriages, or parts of carriages 22| ditto. 

Cards, playing 25 cts.prpack* 

, wool and cotton 50 cts.per doz. 

Cables and tarred cordage 2 cents per lb. 

Cabinet wares 17\ per cent* 

Caps,hats and bonnets of every kind 17§ ditto. 

Carpets and carpeting 17J ditto. 

Cartridge paper 17| ditto. 
Candles of tallow 2 cents per lb* 

- , of wax or spermaceti 6 ditto. 

Champaign wine 45 cts.per gaL 
Cassia, China 4 cents p-cr lb* 

Capers 17^ per cent. 

Canes, walking sticks and whips 15 ditto. 

Cambrics 15 ditto. 

Cheese 7 cents per lb. 

China ware 17% per cent. 

Comfits 17^ ditto. 
Chintzes and coloured calicoes or mus- 
lins, and all printed, stained or co* 
loured goods or manufactures of cot- 
ton ,■ of line n, or of both, or of which 

cotton or linen is the material of 



jc# el 

Coal 
Co!c» T 



chief value 
Cinnamon and cloves 
Cocoa 
Chocolate 

Clogs and goWaoes, (see shoes) 
Cordage, tarred 
■+— "* untarred 



15 ditto. 
20 cents per lb % 

2 ditto. 

3 ditto. 

17 ^cts.per pair. 
2 cents per lb* 
24 ditto. 



17\ per cent, 
5 cts.fier bus, 



27 

'Cosmetics 
Coal 

Colours, (see painters') 
(Copper manufactures 17$ per cent. 

(Copper in plates, pigs and bars free. 

Currants 2 cents per lb, 

J Compositions for the teeth and gums, 

(see dentrifices) 17$ per cent. 

I Coffee 5 cents per 15, 

I Cotton 3 ditto. 

! Cotton or linen manufactures,or of both, 
or cf which cotton or linen is the ma- 
terial ot chief value, being printed, 
stained or coloured, or cotton manu- 
factures not printed, stained or co- 
loured 15 per cent. 
Clocks and watches,or parts of either 1 7\ ditto. 
Coaches, chariots, chairs, ph^tons,chai- 
ses, solos, or other carriages, or parts 
of either, 22$ 
Cloathing, ready made 15 
Clothes, books, household furniture, 
and the tools or implements ot the 
trade or profession of persons who 
come to reside in the U. States free. 
Cutlasses, or parts thereof , 17$ per cent, 
Dates and figs 17$ ditto. 
Dentrifice powders, tinctures, prepara- 
tions and compositions, for the teeth 
and gums 17f 
Dolls, dressed or undressed \7\ 
Drugs, medicinal, except those com- 
monly used for dying 17$ 

and woods for dying free. 

Earthen and stone wares V?\ per cent. 

Essences,(see powders, pastes, Sec.) 17$ ditto. 
Fans, or parts thereof 17$ ditto. 

Fayal wine 28 cts.pergal* 

Feathers, and other ornaments for wo- 



ditto. 
ditto. 



ditto, 
ditto* 

ditto. 



2S 



pen's head dresses 17§ her can* 

t'iiiges commonly used by upholsters, 
coach-makers and saddlers 17£ ditto. 

2 c^. /?«• &. 
5Qcts.fierqui?i m 
100 cf*. /w &■/. 
60 ditto. 
40 ditto. 
17J /iSr cent. 
parts of either 17§ ditto. 
17% ditto, 
free. 
SOcts.fwgroce. 



Fig* 

Fish, foreign dried 

Salmon 

Maekarel 

— other pickled 

Flowers, artificial 

Floor cloths and mats ; o 

Fruits of all kinds 

Pars of every kind, undressed 

Glass — black quart bottles 



,'indo vvmot above 8 inches by 10 1 BOc.Ji.l OOsq.f. 

10 by 12 175 ditto. 

all above 10 by 12 225 ditto. 

all other glass and manufactures 



thereof 

Glauber Salts 

Gauzes 

Geneva, (see spirits) 

Ginger 

Girandoles, or parts thereof 

Goloshoes (see shoes) 

Gloves and mittens, of every kind 

Geld, silver, and plated ware 

Gold and silver lace 

Goods, wares and merchandize, import- 
ed directly from India or Chiua, in 
ships or vessels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, and 
all other articles liable to higher 
rates of du'y 15 

Goods, wares andmerchandize,intend- 
?>d to be re-exported to a foreign 
port or place in the same ship or ves- 
vel in which they shall be imported, 
— and all articles or the growth, pr©* 
cbict or manufacture of the United 



22J fier cent. 

200 cts.ficr cwft 

15 jier cent. 

17 & ditto. 
22| ditto. 
15 cls.fier flair* 
17 J fier cent. 
17J ditto. 
17-i ditto. 



ditto. 



29 

| States, spirits excepted ( fi'ee 

~ieods, wares, and merchandize, not 

herein otherwise particularly enu- 

//, | merated and described 15 P cr cem ' ir 

l ' ''due 4cent8fierto. 

Gunpowder 4 _ di / Uo - . 

Hangers, or parts thereof }Ji percent. 

Hair powder 4 cents per lb. 

Hats, caps, and bonnets of every kind 174 clltt0 - 
Hemp 100 cts.per out. 

Hides, raw ^ ree 

Household furniture of persons who 
come to reside in the U. States free 

Implements of the trade or profession 
of persons who come to reside in the 
United States ** ree J „ 

Indigo 25 cents per lb. 

Iron wire fr ee u 

slit and hoop 1 cent per lb. 

— steel or brass locks, hinges, hoes, 
anvils or vices 15 per cent. 

•j — cast or rolled, and all manufac- 
tures of iron, steel, or brass, or of 
which either of these metals is the ar- 
ticle of chief value, not being other- 
wise particularly enumerated 174 ditto. 

Jewelry and paste work 174 ditto. 

Lace of gold and silver 17k ditto. 

Laces and lawns 15 per cent. 

Laces, lines, fringes, tassels, and trim- 
mings commonly used by upholsters, 
coach-makers, and saddlers 17\ ditto. 

Lampblack 15 ditto. 

Lapis Calaminaris free 

Leather, tanned, tawed, and all manu- 
factures of leather, or of which lea- 
ther is the article of chief value, not 
otherwise particularly enumerated 17\ per cent. 

Lead and musket ball " 1 cent per JB. 

€2 



Lemons and limes 
Lime, foreign 



50 , 

other manufactures of lead, or 

1 cent fin- lb^\ 
\7h. per cent. 
50 a's. jier m*k 
of 60 gallons. 

Linen or cotton manufactures,or of both, 
of which cotton or linen is the materi- 
al of chief value, being printed, stain- 
ed,or colored, or cotton manufactures 
not printed, stained, or coloured 15 per cent. 

Linen manufactures, or of which linen 
is the chief article of value,not print- 
ed, stained, or coloured 15 ditto, 

Lisbon and Oporto wines SO cts.per gal. 

Looking glasses, or parts thereof 32f per cent. 

Manufactures of tin, pewter, and cop- 
per, not otherwise particularly enu- 
merated Vt\ ditto* 

— ~. — _ of iron, steel, or brass, not oth- 
erwise particularly enumerated I7§ ditto. 

— * of leather, not otherwise par- 
ticularly enumerated 1~£ ditto. 

■ ■Wi- 1 ,"" — -of lead, not otherwise partic- 
ularly enumerated 1 cent per lb. 

_ .L - of cotton or linen, or of both, 

printed, stained, or coloured, or of 
cotton not printed, stained, or co- 
loured 15 fier cent. 

~ — — of linen, not printed, stained, 
or coloured 15 

_ of glass, (see glass) 

■ of tobacco, (see snuff and to- 



ditto. 



bacco) 

— of wood, (see cabinet wares 

and wood) 

_ — of the United States, spirits 

excepted free. 

Matsa&d'Boor cloths, or parts of ei- 
ther 17 i P cr ccnf * 

WL'ik Wets per bus* 



si 

able, sl'le, andotlitfr Btoric; U-U kft 
tiles, tables, mortars, and other uien- 



sils of marine or slate, and generally 
all stone and earthen ware 17 h /?*? cent, 

adeira wines, (see >vines) 

alaga wine 28 cts, per gal. 

ace 125 a'.?, //er //;. 

ledicinal drn^s, except .those cotyv- 
' inoniy used in dying i7fa per cent. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, im- 
ported directly from Cklna or India, 
in ships or vessels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, and 
all other articles liable to higher rates 
of duties IS ditto* 

Icrchandize, goods, and wares, intend- 
ed to be re-exported to a foreign port 
cr place in the same ship or vessel in 
which they shall be imported — and 
all the articles of the growth, pro- 
duct or manufacture of the United 
States, spirits excepted free. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, not 
herein otherwise particularly enume- 
rated and described 15 per cent* 

Mittens and gloves of every kind 17 % ditto. 

Millinery ready made \7\ ditto. 

Molasses 5 els. per gah 

Muskets and firelocks with bayonets 
fitted to the same, and musket ball, 
or parts of either 17$ ditto. 

Muskets and firelocks without bayo- 
nets, cr parts of either 1 7\ ditto. 

Mustard in fiour I 1}*| ditto. 

Muslins or muslrnets, whether printed, 
stained, coloured, or otherwise 15 ditto. 

Nails 2 cents per 15. 

Nankeens 15 tier cent* 

Nutmegs 50 cents ficrlb. 



32 

Oranges I?| far cent 

Ornaments for women's head dresses 17£ ditto. 

Ointments, oils and odours, (see pow- 
ders, pastes, &c) 17£ ditto. 

Olives 17 J ditto. 

Oil 17 i ditto. 

Ochre, dry yellow 1 cent per ll 

Oporto and Lisbon wine 30 cts, per ga 

Paper hangings 17% per cent* 

— writing and wrapping 15 ditto. 

sheathing and cartridge 17% ditto. 

Painter'scolours,whether dry or ground 
in oil, except those commonly used in 
dying, not otherwise particularly en 
umerated 

Pack thread and twine 

Pasteboards, parchment or vellum 

Paste work and jewelry 

Phaetons, or parts thereof 

Plaisterpf Paris 

Pewter, plates and dishes 
-,old 






te> 



17£ ditto. 
400 cts.per cwtX^ 



15 per cent. 
17 h ditto. 
22* ditto. 
free. 

4 cts. per Id, 

free. 

6 cents per lb* 
17\ per cent* 
17% ditto. 
15 ditto. 

4 cents per lb. 
15 per cent. 
17 & ditto. 



Pepper 

Perfumes 

Pistols, or parts thereof 

Pictures and prints 

Pimento 

Printing types 

Pickles of all sorts 

Printed, stained, or coloured goods, or 
manufactures of cotton, or of linen, or 
of both 15 ditto. 

Porter, beer, or ale, in casks or bottles 8 cts per gal. 

Powder for hair 4 cents per id. 

* gunpowder 15 per cent. 

Powders, pastes, balls, balsams, oint- 
ments, oils, waters, washes, tinctures, 
essences, or other preparations or 
tompositions, commonly called sweet 



■ 



Otits, odours, perfumes, or co*nnet- 
;s, ar.d all powders and preparations 
■)V the teeth and gums \7\ ditto. 

mbs and prunes 2 ctspcr lb* 

lick Silver 6 ditto. 

2 ditto. 
2 ditto, 
all otUer kinds H ditto. 

1 and white lead 2 ditto, 

t free. 

ts, glauber 200 cts.per civt* 

lined, printed, or coloured goods, or 



Jisins, in jars and boxes 
- -', Muscatel 



nanufactures of linen 

It Pet re 
Lncar winos 

gars 

ireh 

il cloth 

ite, stone, and stone ware 

ddles, or parts thereof 

Atins, and other wrought silks 

el 
leel, iron, or brass locks, hinges, hoes, 
anvils, and vices 15 per cent 

all other manufactures of steel 
;eathing and cartridge papei\ 
terry wine 
?a stores of ships or vessels 

ermaceti candles 
jfcpish brown 
weet scents (seepowcV:Ts,pastes,Scc.) ll^per cent 
pi r its distilled in foreign countries, 



15 per cent. 

free. 
40 cts.per gal. 
$2 per thousa* 

3 cts per lb. 
15 per cent. 
17 1 ditto. 

15 ditto. 

15 ditto. 
100 cts. per cwt. 



17\ ditto. 

17£ ditto- 

40 cts. per gal. 

free. 

6 cents per lb* 

1 ditto. 



From Grah:. 
First proof 
Second proof ■ 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Tfifth proof 



2S cts.per gal. 
29 ditto. 
SI ditto. 
34 ditto. 
40 ditto. 



25 


ditto. 


25 


ditto. 


28 


ditto. 


32 


ditto. 


38 


ditto. 


46 


ditto. 



34 

Sixth proof 50 ditto. 

From other materials. 
First proot 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Spirits distilled in the U, States, im- 
ported in the same ship or vessel in 
"which they had been previously ex- 
ported from the U. States, viz. 
From Molasses. 
First proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
From materials the growth and pro 
duee of the United States* 
First proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Spikes 

Silver and plated ware 
—2 — lace 
Skins raw 
Shoes, and slippers of silk 

, kid and morocco 15 ditto. 

other shoes and slippers for men 

and women, clogs or goloshoes 15 ditto. 

other shoes and slippers for ch : l- 

dren 10 ditto 

Swords or cutlasses,or parts of either i7\ficr cent. 
Stockings 17£ ditto. 



15 


ditto. 


16 


ditto. 


17 


ditto. 


19 


ditto. 


23 ' 


ditto. 


30 

0- 


ditto. 


7 


ditto; 


8 


ditto. 


9 


ditto. 


11 


ditto. 


13 


ditto. 


18 


ditto. 


1 cent fierlb. 


m, 


per cent. 


17| 


ditto. 


free 




Sets 


. fir. fiair. 



1216994 

35 

tj'tone and earthen ware 17 J ditto* 

d/tto* foap 2 cents per lb. 

d% lolos, and other carriages, or parts 
fitto, J thereof 22$ fier cent. 

ulpher free. 

Sugars, brown 2 J els. per lb. 

white clayed 3 ditto, 

, do. powdered 3 ditto. 

', all other clayed or powdered 2£ ditto. 
, lump 6£ ditto. 

•, loaf 9 ditto. 

, other refined 6£ ditto, 

sugar candy ll| ditto. 

[Snuff 22 cents fier lb* 

"""assels and trimmings, commonly n- 
sed by upholsters, coachmakers and 
saddlers \7\ fier cent. 

|Taples of marble, slate, and other stone, 

or parts thereof 17-| ditto. 

| Tallow candles 2 cents per lb. 

Teas, from China and India. 
— , bohea 13 ditto. 

, souchong and other black 18 ditto. 

, hyson, imperial, gunpowder, cr 

gomes 32 ditto. 

— , other green teas 22§ ditto. 

Prom Europe, 

, bohea 14 dittos 

— , souchong and other black 21 ditto.- 

, hyson, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee 40 dittos 

— -, other green teas 24 ditto. 

Froin any other place* 

.bohea 17 ditto. 

, soucfttftij* 27" ditto. 

■ , hyson, imperial, gunpowder, or 

goroee 50 ditto. 

, p'« her ?:reen teas 30 ditto. 

TencTifTe mm 28 cts. her gal* 



36 



& 



Twine and packthread 400 cts. per \ 

Tin manufactures 17% per cen 

in pigs and plates free. 

Tinctures,(see powders, pastes, Sec.) 17% per cen 

Tiles and bricks 17% ditto, 

Toys not otherwise enumerated 15 ditto. 

Tobacco manufactured (other than 
snuff) 10 cents per 

Tools of the trade or profession of per- 
sons who come to reside in the Uni- 
ted States free. 

Types for printing 15 per cent* 

Velvets and velverets 15 

Wares of tin, pewter, and copper, not 
otherwise enumerated 17*4 

, of earthen ©r stone 3 7k 

- , of China 17% 

< , gold, silver and plated 1 7% 

— , goods and merchandize, imported 
directly from China or India, in ships 
or vessels not of the U. States except 
teas, China ware, and -all other arti- 
cles liable to higher rates of duties 15 

— — , goods and merchandize, of the 
growth, produce, or manufacture of 
the U. States, (spirits excepted) free. 

Wafers 17% per cent. 

Waters and washes, (see powders, 

pastes, 8cc.) 17f ditto. 

Walking-sticks, whips, and canes 15 ditto. 

Wax candles 6 cents fier lb. 

Watches and clocks,or parts of either 17-$ per cent. 
Wines, in casks, hottlss, and other vessels. 

, Malmsey, Madeira, and London 

particular Madeira 58 cts*fier gal. \ 

all other Madeira wine 50 ditto. 

Burgundy, Champaign, Rhenish, 

and Tokay wines 45 ditto. 

- — Sherry and St. Lucar wines 40 ditto. 



ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 



ditto. 



Gee 
Hi 






37 

Claret, and other -wines not e«u- 

\ merated, when imported in bottles or 
! * cases * 35 ditt*. 

- — Lisbon, Oporto, and other Portu- 
gal wines 4 30 ditto. 

Sicily 30 ditto. 

TenerhTe, Malaga, Fayal, St. 

George, and other Western Island 
Wines 28 ditte. 

— — all other wines,when imported oth- 
erwise than in bottles or cases 23 ditto. 
Window-glass, (see glass) 
Wire of brass and iron iree. 

Wool and cotton cards 50 eta. fier ddz£ 

W T ool unmanufactured free. 

W 7 ood unmanufactured free. 

Wood manufactured, (exclusive of cab- 
inet wares) 15 fier cent. 
Yarn untarred 225 cts. fier cwtj. 
All other goods not before particularly 

enumerated and described 15 fier cent. 

(£JA11 parts of articles to be subject to the same du* 

ties as the entire article is subject to. 
Bottles in which liquors are imported pay the same 
duties as empty bottles. 

The following articles are free from duty. 
Rags and bristles 
Regulus of Antimony 
Unwrought clay, unwrought burr stones 
Bark of the cork tree 
Philosophical apparatus, especially imported for any 

seminary of learning 
Articles of all kinds, of the growth, product, or man- 
ufacture of the United States 
Copper in plates, pigs and bars 
Clothes, books, household furniture, and the tools or 
implements of the trade or profession of persons 
who come to reside in the United States 
Drugs and woods for dying 

D 



38 

Furrs of every kind, undressed 

Goods,wares and merchandize,intended to be export- 1 

ed in the same vesif 1 in which they shall be imported! 

Salt - 

Raw hides and iron ware 
Lapis Calamhaaris, and Plaister of Paris 
Old pewter and tin, in pigs and plates 
Wire of brass and iron 
Wood and wool unmanufactured 

TONNAGE, 

By Act of Congress, approved 2d of March, 1799, tfc 
be paid at the time of entering the vessel, and be- 
fore any permit shall be granted for unloading any 
part of the carg©, at the following rates : 

On all ships or vessels entering from any foreign 
port or place, Cts, per ton* 

Ships or vessels of the United States, 6 

built within the United States 

after the 20th July, 1789, but belonging wholly 
or in part to foreign powers, duly recorded, SO 

On other ships or vessels, 50 

Vessels of the U. States employed in the coasting 
trade or fisheries, duly licenced, pet* annum, 6 

Vessels of the United States, (other than licen- 
sed) taking in merchandize in a district in one 
state, to be delivered in a district in another 
state, other than an adjoining state on the sea 
coast, or a navigable river, 6 

Other ships or vessels, taking in merchandize 
to be delivered in another district, 50 

CCy* Foreign vessels pay light money at the rate 
of 50 cents per ton. 

DUTIES PAYABLE IN § CtS* 

Gold coins of Great-Britain and Portugal, of 
the standard prior to the year 1792 — for ev- 
ery 27 grains, 1 00 

Gold Coins of France, Spain, and the domin- 
ions of Spain, of the standard prior to the 



33 

year 1793— for every 27 and 2-5tk grains 1 ( 
Spanish milled dollars — 17 pwt. 17 grs. 1 ( 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 
Crowns of France — 18 pwt. 7 grs. 1 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 

Provided, That no foreign coins shall be receivi 
Lie, which are not by law a tender for the paymei 
of all debts, except in consequence of a proclamatic 
of the President of the United States, authorisir 
such foreign coins to be received in payment of t\ 
duties and fees aforesaid. 

Rates of Coins for estimating Duties. 
Pound Sterling of Great-Britain, - - g 4 4< 
Livre Tournois of France, - - - 16 
Florin or Guilder of the United Netherlands, 4( 
Mark Banco of Hamburgh, - - 3£ 

Rix Dollar of Denmark, - - - - 1 OC 
Ryal Plate of Spain, - ■> - - -OK 

Vallon ofdo. Oj 

Millree of Portugal, - - - - l 24 
Pound Sterling of Ireland, - - - 4 1C 

Tale of China, 1 48 

Pagoda of India, - 1 94 

Rupee of Bengal, - • - - 55 

And all other denominations^ in value, as near r 
may be, to the said rates, or the intrinsic value ther* 
of, compared with the money of the United States 
Provided that it shall be lawful for the President c 
the Uuited States to cause to be established fit an 
proper regulations for estimating the duties on good; 
wares and merchandize, imported into the Unite 
States, in respect to which the original cost shall b 
exhibited in a depreciated currency, issued and cit 
culated under authority of any foreign government. 
That on all goods, wares and merchandize, im 
ported from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond th 
same, (if ad valorem articles) 20 per cent to be ad 
ded to the actual cost thereof, including all charges 
(commissions, outside packages, and insurance oul; 



2 50 


2 50 


1 50 


1 50 


2 GO 


20 


40 


so 


20 


20 



4® 

•eccepted) a:M ten per cent if from any foreign portl 
before the duties are calculated. 

FEES OF OFFICE. 
To the Collector and A' aval Officer. 
Entry of a vessel of 100 tons or upwards g 

Clearance, ditto. ditto* 

Entry of a vessel under 100 tons, 
Clearance, ditto. ditto, 

Every post entry, 
Permit to land goods, 
Every bond taken officially, 

permit to land goods for exportation for 

drawback, 
debenture or other official certificate, 
bill of health, 
Official document (register excepted) required 
by any person, 20 

To the Surveyor. 
Admeasuring and certifying the same, of every 

ship or vessel of 100 tons or under, per ton, OX 
Admeasurement of every ship or vessel, above 

100 and not exceeding 200 tons, 1 50 

A'x>ve two hundred tons, 2 00 

For all other services on board any ship or 
vessel of 100 tons or upwards, having on 
board goods, wares or merchandize, subject 
to duty, 3 00 

Tov like services on board any ship or vessel 

of less than 100 tons, # 150 

On all vessels, not having on board goods, 

wares or merchandize, subject to duty, gl 66 2-3 

Allowances for Dra f t. lb. 

Any quantity of 100 weight or 120 lb. X 

above 100 and under 200 2 

200 and under 300 3 

300 and under 400 4 

400 and under 1800 T 

1800 and upwards, 9 



41 

^1 Tares, lb. 

On every whole c^est of Bohea Tea, 70 

half ditto, ditto. 36 

quarter ditto, ditto, SO 

JH chest of Hyson or other green tea, of 

, W 70 !hs. or upward*, °0 

1 ^| box of otoer tea between 50 & 701b. 18 

do. of SOIbs. 20 

do. from 80 upwards, 22 

The above to include ropes, canvas 8c other coverings. 
On all other boxes of Teas according to the invoice 

or actual weight thereof. 
On Coffee in bags, " 2 per cent, 

ift bales, 3 

in casks, 12 

On Sugar, other than loaf sugar, in 

casks, 13 

in boxes, 15 

in bags or mats, 5 

On Cocoa, in casks, 10 

in bags 1 

On Pimento, in casks, 16 

in bags, 3 

On Cheese, in hampers and baskets, 10 

in boxes, 20 

On Candles, in boxes, ft 

On Chocolate, in boxes, 10 

On Cotton, in bales, 2 

in seroons, 6 

On Glauber Salts, in casks, S 

On Indigo, in barrels, 12 

in other casks, 15 

in seroons, 10 

in bags or mats, 3 

On Nails, in casks, 8 

On Pepper, in casks, 12 

in bales, 5 

in bags, 2 

Cn Su^r Caadj'j in boxes, 10 

D2 



4& 






On Sfcgirs, in boxes, 18 

On«^in,brces, - 10 U^;;, 

QnSlipt, in casks, 3 

pn tfme, in casks, 12 jjsecf^ 

inhales, 3 

On all other goods, according to the invoice thereof,^ ijj^ 
as actual weight. 
AllG-Viincefor Leakage and Breakage. 
Two per ceat allowed on the guage on all merchan- 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in cask:*.. 

Ten p^v cent on all beer, ale, and porter, in bot- 
tles, and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles, 
to be deducted from the invoice quantity, in lien of 
breakage ; or it shall he lawful to compute the duties 
1 on the actual quantity by tale, at the option of the 
Importers the iir:e of entry* 

TERMS OF CREDIT. 

When the Katies on ad valorem articles are less 
than §50, itraustbe paid immediately ; if specified, 
a deposit must be made to secure the same, which 
when ascertained, will be immediately settled. 

When the duties on goods imported (\vhere the 
sum is payable by one person or co-partnership) shall 
amount to more than fifty dollars, the following credit 
is allowed by law, except where any bond on which 
the person or co-partnership entering such goods, 
wares or merchandize, are either principal or secu- 
rity, and which being due, remains undischarged. 

On all articles the produce of the West-Indies, 
the one half in three months, and the other half in sis 
months. 

On Madeira, and other wines, in twelve months. 

On all goods, Sec. from Europe, (wines and teas 
excepted) the one third in eight, one third in ten, and 
one third in twelve months. 

On all goods, &c, (wines and teas excepted) from 
any other place than Europe and the West -Indies, 
. one half in six months, one fourth in nine months, 
• andeae fourth' in twelve months* 



43 

3n teas " from China or Ivirooe, mavbed':pr;bited 
the option of the importer or importers (to be de- 
mined at the time of miking entry thereof) either 
secure the duties thereon, on the same term-; and 
pupations as on other goods, wares and me relian- 
ce imported, or to give his, her, or thdr bond, to 
e collector of the district wh£re any such teas shall 
landed, in double the amount of the duties thereup- 
, with condition for the payment of the said duties, 
two years from the date of said bond : which bond 
all be accepted b/ such collector without surety, 
ion the terms following : that is to say, The teas, 
r the duties whereof such bond shall be accepted 
lall be deposited at the expence and risk of the im- 
:>rter or importers, in one or more store house or 
ore houses, as the case may require, to be agreed 
|pou,"&c. The said teas to be delivered upon bond 
ping given with one or more sureties, to the satisfac- 
Jon ot the collector, " if the same shall not exceed 
00 dollars, in four months ; if above 100 dollars, and 
jot exceeding 500 dollars, in eight months ; or if thfe 
fame shall exceed 500 dollars, in twelve ; so that the 
llerm of credit shall not extend the period beyond two 
tears from the time of depositing the said teas ; any 
eas remaining after the term of two years, to be solcl 
py the collector, who shall return the surplus (after 
aying the duties) to the owner or owners thereof," 
When the bonds given for duties shall become due, 
nd not discharged,the collector to prosecute without 
elay ; and in case of insolvency or death, the United 
itates to be the first creditor, " and if any executor, 
.dministrator, assignee, or any other person shall pay 
any debt due by the person or estate, for whom or 
For which they are acting, previous to the debt or debt's 
iue to the United States being fully satisfied and paid, 
I shall become an swei*able in their ownpersonandestate 
for the same, or part thereof remaining unsatisfied." 
Sureties on all the bonds given for duties, shall in 
case of insolvency or death of the principal, " have 



44 

and enjoy the like advantages, priority or pref^reiA,^ 
for the recovery and receipt of said money out of p,& l 
estate and effects of such insolvent, or deceased p»leP^| 
cipal, as are reserved to the United States." mf^ 

When bonds are prosecuted for the recovery of ilfe^ 
ties due to the United States, judgment to be grant L-H 1 ' 
at the return term, " unless the defendant shall in JK'JW 1 
pen court, the United States Attorney being preseiLfeion 
make oath or affirmation that an error has beiliaW 1 
committed in the liquidation of the duties demand* |vl & 
upon such bond, specifying the errors alledged to havlfiotsto 
been committed, and that the same have been notifiejtad 
in writing to the collector of the said district prior virions 
the commencement of the return term aforesaid." Elicits, 

On all bonds upon which suits shall be commencecl 
an interest shall be allowed at the rate of six per cenlfloge 
per annum, from the time when said bonds becamtlip 
due until the payment thereof. lllbi 

Duties to be paid where goods. are landed, anoLy 
bonds to be given for securing the duties,if the whol(l r in 
or part of the cargo is destined to different districtsJL 

Ports of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Vessels A& 
No vessel not wholly belonging to a citizen or citi-le 1 
zens of the United States, is admitted to unload at any m 
port or place except the following : — 

New-Hampshire— Portsmouth. — Massachu-1 
setts — Portland and Falmouth, New-Bedford,! 
Dighton, Salem and Beverly, Gloucester, J\ewhury-M 
port, Marblehead, Nantucket, Boston and Charles* 1 
town, Plymouth, Bath, Frenchman's Bay,Wiscasset, | 
Machias, Penobscot.- — Rhode-Island — J\ewfiort^\ 
Providence* — Connecticut — J\eiv-London,JS/ew- | 
Haven. — New-York — Aew-York — New-Jersey 1 
— Perth Amboy, Burlington. — Pennsylvania — I 
Philadelphia:—* Del aw are — IVzlmington^evtcas- 
tle,Port Penn. — M aryland — Bait : more 9 Annapolis f 
Vienna, Oxford, Georgetewn on Potomac, Chester- 
town Creek, Nottingham, Nanjemoy, Digge's Land- 



45 



Snowhill, Carrolsburg.— -Virginia— Alexcm* 
, Kiasale, Newport, Tappahannock, Port Royal* 
bdericksburg, Urbanna, Yorktown, West Point-, 



mpton, Bermuda Hundred, City-Point, Rocket's- 
aalng, fo or folk and Portsmouth.— North-Caro» 
, t! j a—' Wilmington, Aewbern, Beaufort, Washing- 
H, Edenton s Plankbridgc- — South-Carolina— 
^\arleston, Georgetown, Beaufort. — Georgia- 
^hannah, Sunburn, Brunswick, Frederica, St. Ma- 
^ s.— Lo u i s i a na — Aew-Orleans. 
Wor shall any vessel from the Cape of Good Hope, 
^beyond the same, be permitted to enter, except at 
|U pores in the above list which are distinguished by 

Restrictions on Importations* 

e N Mo goods, wares or merchandize, of foreign growth, 

$ manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, 

ill be brought into the United States from any for- 

^ ;n port or place in any other manner than by sea ; 

|fc i* in any snip or vessel of less than Thirty Tons 

rthen, agreeable to the mode of ascertaining A- 

frican tonnage, except in certain districts on the 

)rthern, Northwestern, and Western boundaries of 

b United States, adjoining to the dominions of G. 

■itain in Upper and Lower Canada, and the dis- 

cts on the rivers Ohio and Missisippi. 

No beer, ale or porter, to be imported in casks of 

>s capacity than Forty Gallons beer measure, or if 

bottles, in packages less than Six Dozen, under 

aialty of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. 

No refined lump, or loaf sugar, shall be imported, 

to the United States from any foreign port or place, 

ccept in ships or vessels of the burthen of One Hun- 

jfd and Twenty tons and upwards, and in casks or 

ickages, containing each not less than Six Hundred 

mud j, on pain^f forfeiting the said ship or vessel, 

id the loaf or turnip sugar imported therein, except 

such cask or packages aforesaid. 

No distilled spirits*, (arrack and sweet cordials ex- 



46 

cepted) to be imported in casks or vessels of Iest|^ s !^ ( 
pacity than J\inety Gallons Wine measure ,on paipf" 
forfeiture with the ship or vessel, nor in casks or - fciission, a 
sels which have been marked pursuant to any lawi^S" 
the United States on pain of forfeiture of the said W^ x ) 
fined loaf or lump sugar, and distilled spirits, togJp^ 
er with the ship or vessel :, Provided that the forf<p tliV 
ure shall not be incurred on " any spirits imporOT * 
or brought into the United States, in other casks!* 
vessels as aforesaid, or the ship or vessel in whikv^ 1 
they shall be brought, if such spirits shall be for tfc* 1 
use of the seamen or board of such ship or vessel, afters' 
shall not exceed the quantity of four gallons for eaiersons 
seaman, " and which shall at the time of entry oftw^ 
*aid vessel, be inserted in the said manifest as ritew 
sea stores of such shift or vessel. pct< 

INFORMATION GENERALLY, H^ 

The want of certificates of distilled spirits, wineuovt 
or teas, subjects such articles to seizure, and fifty dope 
lars fine, if such certificates are not delivered to thfeveV 
purchaser ; and if any cask, chest, vessel or caswwji 
containing such articles, shall be found in the posseifc 
sion of any person, without being marked, and nifee 
being accompanied with a certificate, the same llt« 
liable to seizure. |t 

On the sale of any casks, Sec. which have beenf/ 
marked, the marks to be defaced in presence of some! ( 
officer of inspection or custom ; and the certificate ofl 
the same to be delivered up, under penalty of one* 
hundred dollars with costs of suit. 

Goods from foreign ports not to be unladen but I 
between sunrise and sunset, without special licenceyl 
under a penalty of four hundred dollars on the master | 
and every other person concerned, disability from 1 
holding any office under the government of the Uni» I 
ted States for seven years, and being advertised in | 
the newspapers, with forfeiture of the goods, and if 
above four hundred dollars, value of the vessel and I 
apparek 



4T 

oods removed beicre guaged and weighed, and if 
paij>s, spirits, or teas, before being marked, without 
^Inission, are forfeited. 

la) brsons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
iid lred to two thousand dollars. Inspectors and of- 
$ s of revenue cutters may go on board, examine 
lift search vessels, have free access to the cabin, anil 
W id packages,and after sun-set secure the hatches, 
k — Persons in charge of vessels, for breaking fas- 
ugs, but in presence of an officer, forfeit two hun- 
l dollars. 

[Beers may seize within or without their districts 
rsons resisting or impeding them forfeit four 
fjdred dollars, 
he master or commander of any vessel that shall 
ruct or hinder (or be the cause thereof) any effi- 
of the revenue, in going on board his ship or ves- 
for the purpose of carrying into effect any of the 
jnue laws of the United States, forfeits from fifty 
ve hundred dollars. 

egister &ct. Every owner of a vessel, residing 
lin the limits of the United States, to swear to the 
ster within ninety days after its being granted, or 
?comes vud, and the vessel and cargo pays for- 
1 tonnage and duty. 

Officers of the Revenue Department. 

For the District of Massachusetts. 
vry Dearborn, collector of the port of Boston. 
les Lovell, naval officer. 
?mas Melville, surveyor, 
ah Weston, collector, New-Bedford* 

)istrict of Rhode-Island and Providence* 
ivj;trt y William Ellery, collector. 

, Walter Nichols, naval officer* 
Daniel Lyman 3 surveyor. 



4* 

Providence, Thomas Cole, collector. 

William Barton, surveyor. 

Ebenezer Thompson, naval office | 
Faivcatuck) George Stillman, surveyor. 



0* 



Dii 

Aenv-Londcm, 



)istrict of Connecticut. 
Jedidiah Huntington, collector. 
Nathaniel Richards, surveyor. 
Jonathan Trott, ~\ 
Ebenezer Goddard, r 
Sam'l Wh.ittem.ove, > Inspectors. 
Henry Jepsor, C 

Isaac V.H. Crannel, J 
Nath'l Saltonstall, 7t»T • i 
Ezra Chappell, j Weighers, 

measurers and guagerf 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. surveyor, 
Alexander Wolcott, collector. 
Lamberton Cooper, surveyor. 
Robert Warner, "> T „ ov _, 
Azariah Whittlesey, 5 Ins P e ctors* 
J\ ew-Havcn, Abraham Bishop, Collector. 
W 7 illiam Munson Surveyor. 
Samuel Smedley, collector. 
George Wolcott, surveyor. 
Solomon Porter, surveyor. 



Stonington, 
Middletonvn, 



Fairfield, 
Saybrook, 
Hartjlrd, 



District of New-York. , 
Aew-York) David Gelston, collector, 

Peter A. Schenck, surveyor. 

Samuel Osgood, naval officer. 
Sag-Harbor, Henry, P. Dering, collector. 



District of Pennsylvania. 
Philadelphia^ John Steel, '.collector. 






J 



•OST-OFFICE ESTABLISHMENT. 

XAtfES OF POSfAGS. 

r letters carried by land, single, double, and triple; 



% J Any distance not exceeding 40 miles, 8 cents. 
r, I over 40 90 10 

90 150—124 

150 300 17 

3rs | 300 500 20 

500 25 

I Double letters are double, and triple letters triple 

If these rates. A packet of the weight of one ounce, 

Vjhte rate of four single letters, and in like proportion 

r one of a greater weight. 

No allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 

Single letters, carried by sea, in packet boats, the 
roperty of the United States, 8 cents; double let- 
ers, 16 cents ; and triple letters, 24 cents. All let- 
ters oi; packets by private vessels, 6 cents each, with 
!he addition of posts ge, if destined to any other place 
ban where the vessel may arrive. 

No vessel can be permitted to report, make entry, 
)r break bulk, until the master has delivered to the 
x>st-master all the letters brought in his vessel, ex- 
:ept those for the owner or consignee. 

[Postage on Aewsfiaficr?. 
Each paper not carried over 1C0 miles, one cent— » 
nd over 100 miles, one and an half cents. But, if 
arried to any post-office in the State in which it i$ 
Erinted, whatever be the distance, the postage is on- 
j one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sbeet. 
Any distance not exceeding 50 miles, 1 cent. Over 
50, and not exceeding 100 miles, 1J cents* Any 
greater distance, 2 cents. 

E 



50 

List of Post -Masters in the Cities and firinci 
Towns in the United States. 
District of Maine, , 
Portland Joshua Wingate, jun. 

State of JKeW-Kam/is/iire. 



Portsmouth 

Boston 
Salem 
Newburyport 

Newport 
Providence 

Hartford 

New-Haven 

New -London 

Nor^aik 

Guilford 

Snybrook 

Norwich 

do. Chelsea 
Durham 
Stratford 
Derby 
Wallingford 
East-Haddarn 
Bridgeport 
Windham 
Stonin<rton 
frafnfield 
Colchester 
Su (field 
Midd'etown 
Pom fret 
Lvnie 
VVethersfield 

do. Rocky HaU 
Killing worth 



Mark Simes 

Massachusetts. 

Aaron Hill 
John Dabney 
Stephen Cross 

Rhodc~Island. 

J. Richardson 
Benjamin West 
Connecticut, 

Jonathan Law 
Jesse Atwater 
Richard Douglass 2d 
William Lockwood 
S. Stone 
Humphry Pratt 
Gardiner Carpenter 
Jacob De Witt 
James Robinson 
David Brooks 
S. J. Andrews 
James Carrington 
James Green 
Charles Bostwick 
Charles Taintor 
George Hubbard 
Ebenezer Eaton 
Samuel A. Peters 
William Gay 
H'hadfleus Nichols 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Marshfteld Parsons 
J. Li Relden 
J. Robbins 
Samuel Crane 



. /airfield 
^4anbury 
Stamford 
Canaan 
Litchfield 
r'armington 
lilford 
((New-Hartford 
Chatham 
/indsor 
lebvon 
jlJewett's City (Preston) 
(Lebanon 
(Canterbury 
Berlin 

JFettypague (Saybrook) 
(Sharon 
I Svmsbury 
J Stafford 
Brooklyn 
Ashford 
Tolland 
Cheshire 
Thompson 
Glastenbury 
Marlborough 
Salisbury 
Burlington 
Harwinton 
Norfolk 
East-Hartford 
Coventry 
Winchester 
West-S) msbury 

J\ckv 
New -York 
Albany 

J\cnv 
Trenton 



51 

D. Judson 

Zalmon Wildman 

Abraham Davenport 

William Douglass 

Moses Seymour, jun. 

Samuel Richards 

Jireh Bull 

Thaddeus Cowled 

John H. Peters 

William Howard 

Simon House 

John Johnson 

Samuel Bailey 

Gad Bulkeley 

George Hubbard, jun. 

Danforth Clarke 

George King,jun. 

Jonathan Pettibone 

Calvin Willey 

George Abbe 

David Bolles, 

Benoni Shepard 

A. Hitchcock, jun. 

Daniel Knight* 

J. Welles 

Enos H, ftueli 

Martin Strong 

Sylvester Norton 

Joel Bradley 

Michael F.Mills 

L.White,&\v;Woodbrid2* 

Silas Hubbard 

Horace Higby 

Jared Mills, jun. 

-York. 

Theodoras Bailey 

George W T . Mancius 

Jersey. 

Peter Gordon 



Philadelphia 
Lancaster 

Wilmington 

Baltimore 
Annapolis 

Norfolk 

Richmond 

Petersburg 

Fayetteville 

Charleston 



St. Mary's 

Windsor, ( Vermont,) 
Marietta (Ohio) 



Pennsylvania. 

Robert Patton 
G. Moore 
Delaware. 

J. Bringhurst, jun. 
Maryland. 

Alexander Furnival 
Samuel Green 
Virginia. 

Edward Archer 
John Guerrant 
Joseph Jones 
A art It - Carolina . 

Duncan M'Rea 
South-Carolina. 

Thomas W. Bacot 
Georgia. 

Robert Mac Farlane 
Thomas Leverett 
J. Munro 



^ 






SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 



Asher Miller, esq. Middletown, Surveyor-General. 

CO UA 7 Y SUR VE TORS. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

William Olmstead, of East-Hartford. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN.' 

Moses Beach, Wallingford. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

Moses Warren, cf Lyme. 

' COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Joseph Moss White, ot Banbury. 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

Eiizur Wright, of Canaan. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

George Gillet, of Hebron. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

Lemuel Ingals, of Pcmfret. 



Connecticut $egt£ter. 



FOR THE YEAR 1809 10, 

executive and Legislative Departments 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN TREADWELL, ESQ. . 
Governnur. 

THE HONOURABLE 

ROGER GRISWOLD, ESQ. 

Lieutenant Governor, 

ASSISTANTS. 



|fon. Asher Miller, 
Aaron Austin, 
David Daggett, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Matthew Griswold, 



Hon. Stephen T.Hosmer, 
Hen 17 Champion, 
Calvin Goddard, 
John C. Smith, 
Judson Canfield, 
Theodore Dwight. 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Samuel Wyllys, esq. Secretary. 

£lisha Colt, esq. Comptroller of Public Account*. 

ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

For May and October Sessions — 1309* 

Lyman, Law, esq. Speaker. 
|Samuel Rowland, and Wm. "T. Williams, 2d.Clerksw 

HARTFORD, Nathaniel Terry, Ettcch Perkins 
Berlin, Aaron Hart, Amos Peck 
Bristol, Ira Hooker 
Burlington, Abraham Pettibone 
Cantcn, River ius Bid well 

East-Hartford, Shubael Griswold, Samuel Pitkin 
East-Windsor, Charles Jenks, Roswcll Grant 
Entieldj Eiiphalut Terry, E!am O. Potter " f 
£2 



54 

Farmington, John Mix, Ezekiel Cowles 

Glastenbury, James M'Lcan, C. Risley 

Granby, C. Pettibone, Jiidah Holcomb 

Hartland, Daniel Reeman, Childs Taylor 

Marlborough, Joel Foot 

Sioistmry, Noah A. Phelps, Jonathan Pettibone, ju 

South ington, Roger Whittlesey, Samuel Hart 

Suffield," Luther Loomis, Martin Sheldon 

Wethersiield, Ezekiel P. Belden, Joshua Bulkeley 

Windsor, Timothy Phelps, Eliakim Marshall 

New-Haven, Nathan Smith, G. Kimberly 

Branford, Jared BratTley, Jonathan Men ick 

Cheshire, Andrew Hull, jun. William Law 

Derby, Canfield Gillet 

East-Haven, Amos Bradley 

Guilford, Augustus Collins, Joseph Elliott 

Hamden, Jesse Tuttle 

Milford, Abraham V. H. De Witt, Benjamin Bull 

Meriden, Nathan Yale 

Middiebury, Aaron Benedict 

North-Haven, Joseph Doolittle 

Oxford, David Tomlinson 

Southbury, Shadraclv Osborne 

Wallingford, h Potter, David M, Cooke 

Waterbury, Giles Brackett, John Kingsbury 

Woodbridge, PL Baldwin, John Thomas 

Wolcott, Nathaniel Lewis 

New-London, Lyman Law, Isaac Thompson 

Norwich, Thomas L. Thomas, John Fanning 

Bo:: rah, Elias West 

Colchester, Daniel Watrous, Benjamin Trumbull 

Franklin, Eleazer Tracy 

Groton, Starr Chester, Amos A* Niles 

.Lyme, William Noyes, Seth Ely, jun. 

Lisbon, William Adams 

Montviile, William W. Haughton 

North-Stonington, Sands Cole 

Preston, Alexander Stewart, Isaac Avery 

Stonington, Amos Palmer? Coddington Billings 



Wateviov* 



>sev-C". 



55 

Watcrford, Isaac Frink 

Fairfield, Samuel Rowland, Gershom Burr 

Danbury, Joseph P. Cook, Friend Starr 

Brookfield, George C. Smith 

Greenwich, Nehemiah Wilson, D. Brush 

Huntington, Lem. Judson, Stephen Babbit 

New-Canaan, Samuel St. John 

New -Fail -field, Abel Gregory 

Newtown, S. C. Blackman, David Baldwin 

Norwalk, Wm- M. Betts, J. Osborne 

Reading, Andrew L. Hill, Lemuel San ford 

Ridge fie Id, Jacob Dauckey, Timothy Keeler 

Stamford, James Stevens, Isaac Lockwo©d, jun. 

Stratford, S. W- Johnson, Jabez H.Tomlinspn 

Sherman, Levi Hubbell 

Trumbull, Abijah Ufibot 

Weston, Joseph Bennet, Simeon Fanton 

Wilton, Samuel Comstock 

Windham, Elisha Abbey, John Baldwin 

Ashiord, Cyrus Dow, Abel Simmons 

Brooklyn, Daniel Putnam 

Canterbury, Daniel Frost, Asa Butts 

Columbia, Isaac Ticknor 

Hampton, Solomon Taintor 

Killingley. Jedidiah Sabin, Alexander Gaston 

Lebanon, William T. Wilhams, Peleg Thomas 

Mansfield, John Salter, Frederick Freeman 

Plainfield, Anthony Bradford, Benjamin Bacon 

Pomfret, John H. Payson, Reuben Spalding 

Sterling, Artemas Baker 

Thompson, George Larned, J, Jacobs, jun. 

Voluntown, W ; illiam Gallup 

Woodstock, John M'Clellan, W. May 

Litchfield, Aaron Smith, Nathaniel Goodwin 

Barkhamstoad, Peletiah Allen, M. Munson 

Bethlem, David Bellamy 

Canaan, Amos Hunt. John Elmore 

Colebrook, Nathan Bass, Martin Rockwell 

Cornwall, Oliver Burnham, B. Gold 



56 

Goshen, Birdsey Norton, Adino Hale 

Harwinton, James Brace, Benjamin Griswold 

Kent, Barzillai Slossan 

New-Hartford, Jonathan Marsh, Asa Cowles 

New-Milforcl, Beebe Hine, Jared Lane 

Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, John Dickinson 

Plymouth, Daniel Potter 

Iloxbury, Ephraim Hinman 

Salisbury, Phineas Chapin, Lot Norton, jun. 

Sharon, John C. Smith, Judson Canfield 

Torrington, Elisha Smith, William Battel 

Washington, Daniel N. Brinsmade, Noble Day 

Warren, Ebenezer Tanner 

Watertown, John H. De Forest 

Winchester, P. Miner, J, C. Cummings 

Woodbury, John Strong, Noah B. Benedict 

Mxddletown, Chauncey Whittlesey, John Pratt 

Chatham, Abel Pen field, Benjamin Hurd 

Durham, Charles Coe, Job Merwin 

Haddam, Elias Selden, Daniel Brainard 

East-Haddam, Eliphalet Holmes, Josiah Griffing 

Killing worth, William Morgan, A. Pierson 

Saybrook, Samuel Williams, Richard Ely 

Tolland, Jonathan Barns, Jabes Kingsbury 

Bolton, Saul Alvord 

Coventry, Jesse Root, David Hale 

Ellington, John H. Goodrich 

Hebron, Elijah House, Elijah Graves 

Somers, Luke Hall, Calvin Pitkin 

Stafford, Nathaniel Hyde, Jesse Cadv 

Union, Samuel Paul, Nathaniel Newell 

Vernon, Oliver King 

Wellington, S. Dunton, Zebulon Crocker 

October Session^ 1809. 
Lyman Law, Esq. Speaker. 
Wm. T. Williams, and Noah B. Benedict, Clerk?* 
Hartford, Nath'l Terry, J. W. Edwards 
Berlin, Aaron Hart, Joseph Galpin 



57 

Jristol, Ira Hooker 
(urlington, Abraham Pettibone 
"antcn, Ezra Adams 

$fet-Hartford, Shuljael Griswold, Samuel Pitkin 
Last-Windsor, Noah Alien* UosweH Grant 
infield, Eliphalet Terry, Elam O. Potter 
Whiingtoji) John Mi-X) Ezekiel Cowles 
xlastenbuvy, George Risley, George Sellew 
Jranby, Joseph Cornish, Qrrin Lee 
iartland, Phinchas Coe, Eli Wilder 
Marlborough, Joel Foot 
frmsbury, Noah A. Phelps, William Mather 
pnthingtoi), Roger Whittlesey, Samuel Hart 
uffield, Luther Loo mis, Martin Sheldon 
VethershVid, Ezekiel P. Beiden, Joseph Bulkeley 
Vindsor, Timothy Phelps, John Chaffee 

<Sw-liAvEN,Gideon Kimberly, Charles Denison 

iranford, Jarcd Bradley, Nathan Harrison 

Kgshire, Andrew Hull, jun, W T illiam Law 

IPerbv, Reuben Luraan 

Last-Raven, Amos Bradley 

jLulohI, Augustus Collins', Joseph Elliott 

iamdi u, Jesse Tuttie 

tfijford, A. V. PI. De Witt, Hezekiah Bull 

geriden, Solomon R. Hall 

Vlidcllebury, David Thompson 

(Corth-Haven, Joseph Doolittle 

Oxford, David Tomlinson 

KWthbury, Shadraeh Osborn 

Waliin^iord, Jared Potterj David M. Cook 

Watcrbury, Andrew Adams, Giles Brockett 

Woddbj-idge, Hezekiah Baldwin, James Thomas 

vVolcott, Street Richards 

New-London, Lyman Law, Christo. Manwaring 

Norwich, Thon-.as L. Thomas, John Fanning 

Bozvah, John Hough 

Colchester, Benjamin Trumbull, Daniel Watrous 

Franklin, Eleazer Tracy 

!Groton, JohnDaboli, Tho's B. Gray 



58 
Lisbon, William Adams 
Lyme, Nath'l Matson, Selden Warner 
Montville, Wm. W. Haughton 
£orth-Stonington, Chester Smith 
^reston, Isaac Hewit, Hezekiah Boardman 
Sff Coddington Billings, Nath'l Palmer, jr. 
Waterford, George Williams J 

Tw£ FIEI £? ?? vid Burr > Samuel B - Sherwood 
K "/^hakim Benedict, Jonas Benedict 
Krookfield, Daniel Tomlinson 
^reenwich, Isaac How, Nehemiah Wilson 
Huntington, Ebenezer Beardsley, Joseph Skelto* 
^ew-Canaan, Samuel St. John 
New-Fairfield, J. Bulkely 

No^Z n 'xF^ d B ? !dwin > Silas Fairchild 
Norwalk H ,ll,am M. Betts, Jacob Osbom 

S?; An . T d, T v ** HiD > Lemuel Sanford 
Ridgeheld, Natha. Dauchey, Jesse S. Bradley 
htamford, James Stearns, Smith Mead 
btratford, Elijah Uflbrd jun. John S. Cannon 
bherman, (ne choice) 
J rumbull, Stephen Beardsley 

wfui° n '^ te P^ e ^ Wheeler, Gershom Bradley 
Wilton, David Belding ' 

Windham, Elisha Abbe, Nath'l Mannine 

*t™i°2 ', f^ us Dow ' Abel Simmons 

&rookfield, Daniel Putnam 

Canterbury Asa Frost, Daniel Butts 

<-olumoia, Samuel West 

Hampton, Ebenezer Griffin 

Ki ungly Jedidiah Sabin, Samuel Sprague 

Manri^-ffF WilHam £ Wm.rluntiogton,ju n . 
S„' Skiff Freeman, Roger Waldo 
Namfaeld Jo eph Eaton, Timothy Parks 
£ ™n' et ' 3 T ohn H Payson, Reuben Spalding 
Sterling, Lemuel Dorrance 
I hompson, George Larned, John Jacobs, jun. 
Voluntown, Samuel Kinne J 

Woodstock, john M'Ckllan, A. Williams 



5* 

Litchfield, Aaron Smith, Nath'l Goodwin 

Barkham stead, Pelatiah Alien, Medad Munsoa 

Bethlem, David Bellamy 

Canaan, John Adams, John Webb 

Colebrock, Samuel Mills, Seth Marshall 

Cornwall, Benjamin Gould, Oliver Burnhana 

Goshen, Birdsey Norton, AdinoHale 

Harwinton, James Brace, Benjamin Griswold 

Kent, Barzillai Slosson 

New-Hartford, James Marsh, Asa Cowles 

New-Milford, Beebe Hine, Ebenezer Smith 

Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, John Dickinson 

Plymouth, Daniel Potter 

Roxbury, Elihu Canfield 

Salisbury, Lot Norton, jun. Samuel Lee 

Sharon, Isaac Pardee, Simeon Blackman 

Torrington, Lyman Wetmoie, John Gillet, jun. 

Washington, D. N. Brinsmade, J. Whittlesey 

Warren, Benjamin Carter 

Watertown, John H. De Forest 

Winchester, Phincas Miner, Joseph Holmes 

Woodbury, Noah B. Benedict, John Strong 

Middletown, Chauncey Whittlesey, John Pratt 

Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, Constant Welch 

Durham, Guernsey Bates, Seth Seward 

East-Haddam, Eliphalet Holmes, Josiah Griffmg 

Haddam, Elias Selden, Jona. Huntington 

JCillingworth, George Elliott, 2d, Dan Lane 

Saybrook, Joseph Hill, Elisha Sill 

Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Jabez Kingsbury 

Bolton, Saul Alvord 

Coventry, David Hale, Elisha Edgerton 

Ellington, John II. Goodrich 

Hebron, Daniel Brown, Hezekiah Bissell 

Somers, Calvin Pitkin, Vashni Hall 

Stafford, Nathaniel Hyde, Jesse Cady 

Union, Samuel Craw ibid, Robert Paul 

Vernon, Oliver King 

WUlington, Samuel Dur.ton, Zabuion Crocker 



GO 
NOMINATION FOR ASSISTANTS—ISO 



votes. 
9244 
9350 
9943 

10176 



Aslier Miller 
Aaron Austin 
David Daggett 
Jonathan Brace 
Elizur Goodrich x 10267 
Matthew Griswold 10248 
StephenT.Hosmer 3 0398 
Henry Champion 10410 
Calvin Goddard 10529 
JohnC. Smith 10638 



Judson Canfield 
Theodore Dwight 
Jonathan Ingersoll 
Frederick Wolcott 
Roger M.Sherman 
Joseph Walker 
Jonathan Hams 
Shubael GriswoM 
Asa Chapman 
Daniel Putnam 



vote 
1031 
1012 
101C 

1C05 
999 
953 
936 
907! 
881- 
862' 



The following -gentlemen 
votes affixed to thei 



received the number oi 



Joshua King 
Eben'r Devotion 
Walter Bradley 
Moses Seymour 
Jabez Fitch 
Rufus Hitchcock 
Moses Warren 
Kicoll Fosdick 
John W r elch 
Enoch Burrows 



5598 
5572 
5548 
5536 
5476 
5473 
5463 
5453 
5454 
5387 



r respective names, 
"Daniel Tilden 
Hcz. Goodrich 
Isaac Spencer, 2d 
Andrew Hull, jun. 
Nathaniel Perry 
Elijah House 
Luther Locmis 
Eli Todd 
John T. Peters 
Thomas Seymour 



5386 * 

5343 

5229 

5212 

5168 

5154 fa 

51l4lSffl 

509S I 

5056 j 

4801 



Nomination' for Members of Congress, 
May, 1808. 
votes. | 



Lewis B. Sturges 9.315 
Eben. Huntington 9,293 
Epaph. Champion 9,293 
Lyman Law 9,284 

Jona.O. Moseley 9,262 
Benj. Tailmadge 9,226 
SnnVl B. Sherwood 9,085 
Nathaniel Terry . 9,0S1 



John Caldwell 9,076 | Ncah Webster, j'r 8,100 



votes* 

Sylvester Gilbert 9,076 
Samuel W. Dana 9,048 
Svlvanus Backus 8,978 
John Davenport, j'r 8^00 
Timothy Pitkin. j'r 8,763 
Nathan Smith 8,575 
Uriel Holmes, j'r 8,557 
Asa Bacon, j'r 8,260 



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Judicial and Civil Department. 

^JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOUR COURT. 



Zeph. bvutt, esq, 
Ion. John Tfutp bullae sq. 
Ion. Win. Edmcnd.esn. 



esq. 

esq. 

Hon. bim. Baldwin, esq. 
Hon. John C. Smith, esq. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Jonathan Brace, esq. Chief Judge. 

ojfMiRy Hillyer, esq. j John Mix, esq. 

VJiphalet Terry, esq. | Samuel Woodruff", j'r esq. 

Thomas Chester,, esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 

Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Hartford 
Thomas Seymour 
Samuel Wyllys 
Jonathan Bull 
William Moseley 
Dhauncey Goodrich 
£phraim Root 
Andrew Kingsbury 
Nathaniel Terry 
Enoch Perkins 
Nathan Perkins j'r 
John Caldwell 
Amasa Keyes 
Thomas Chester 
Jonathan W. Edwards 
Elisha Colt 
Henry. Terry 
Ichabod L. Skinner 
William Bradley 

F 



THE PEJCE. 
John Morgan 
Daniel Wadsworth 
Tho's S. Williams, esq's. 

Berlin 
Gad Stanley 
Amos Hosfcrd 
James North 
Elijah Hooker 
Daniel Dunbar 
David Webster 
Roger Norton 
Esra Scovil, esquires 

Bristol 
Enos Ives 
Bryan Hopker, esquiree 

Burlington 
Abraham Pettibone 
Simeon Hart 
Blisu Hart | esquires 



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Can ton 
Ezra Adams 
George Humphreys 
Solomon Everest 
Rivei ius Bidwell, esq'rs 

Knjield 
John Reynolds 
John Taylor, esquires 

A as t- Hartford 
Jonathan Wells 
EHsha Fitkia 
Samuel Flagg 
Benajah Phelps 
George Griswold 
George Pitkin 
Shubael Griswokl, esq'rs 

F.ast- Windsor 
Roswell Grant 
Caleb Booth 
Charles Jenks, esquires 

Farmington 
Tchabpd Norton 
Timothy Fitkin j'r 
Roger Hfooker 
Ezekiel Coles 
Samuel Coles, esquires 

Glastenbury 
Philip Sellue 
ttlisha Hide 
Zephaniah H. Smith 
Pardon Brown, esquires 

Gran by 
Qzias Pettibone 
Jtttfah Holcomb 
Andrew. Hi 1 Iyer 
Hezekiah Holcomb 
Joseph Cornish 
Nathaniel Pratt 



Caleb M err i man, esq'rs 

Hartland 
Uriel Holmes 
John Treat 
Cephas Selden 
Israel Williams, esquires 

Marlborough 
Israel Foot 
joel Foot, esquires 

Southing ton 
Roger Whittlesey 
Samuel Hart, esquires 

Suffield 
Thaddeus Leavett 
Asahel Hathaway 
Joseph Austin 
John W. Hanchctt 
William Gay, enquires 

ISmnsburv 
Dudley Pettibone 
Calvin Barber 
Campbell Humphrey 
John Bester, esquires 

Wethersjield 
Samuel W. Williams 
Joseph E ulke ley 
John Williams 
Ezekiel P. Belden 
Hez. Belden, esquires 

Windsor 
Roger Newberry 
Oliver Mather 
Abiel Griswold 
Josiah Bissell 
Isaac Owen j'r 
Edward Selden 
Elihu Mi! Is 
John Sergeant, esquires 



Hon. Chauucey Goodrich, esq. State Attorney. 



m 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Hartford 
Chatincey Goodrich 
William Moseley 
Nathaniel Terry 
Ephraim Root 
Enoch Perkins 
Theodore D wight 
David Bisselj'r 
Jonathan VV. Edwards 
Thomas S. Williams 
Walter Mitchell 
Isaac Perkins 
Elisha Phelps 
Aaron M. Chtirch 
Joseph Trumbull 
Thomas Huntington j'r 
Stedman Adams 
Seth Terry 
Solomon Smith 
Nathan Johnson 
Henry Terry 
IchabodL. Skinner 
William Bradley 
Jonathan Law 
John M. Gannett 
Sheldon W. Candee 
CharlesMoseley,esquires 

Berlin 
Daniel Dunbar, esq. 

Bristol 
Laurens Barnes, esq. 

Canton 
Sherman Everest, esq. 

Stephen Chester, esq. 



Eat> l- Hartford 
Pliny Wight, esq. 

East- Windsor 
Samuel P. Waldo 
Guy Gay lord 
Charles Reynolds, esq'rs 

Enfield 
William 1)13011, esquire 

Farming ton 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Samuel Cowlcs 
Lemuel Whitman, esq'rs 

Glastenbury 
Zephaniah H. Smith,esq. 

« Granby 
Thomas Holcomb 
And'w D. Hillyer 
Grover Griswold,esq'rs 

Symsbury 
William Wiliiston 
Sereno Pettibone, esq'rs 

Southington 
Roger Whittlesey, esq* 

Suffield 
Hezekiah Huntington 
William Gay 
Seth Parsons 
Godf 'y Scarborough ,esq's 

Wethers field 
John Williams 
Samuel Pettis, t squires 

Windsor 
John Sargeant < 
Joseph H. Russell, esq'rs 
Wet hers field, Sheriff. 



Deputy-Sheriffs.— Titus L. Bissell, Horace Wads- 
worth, John B. Ripley, Hartford* Nathan Merrow, 
East-Hartford. Daniel Abby, j'r. Enfield. Eze- 



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kid Cowles, j'r, Farmington. Joshua R. Jeweflfyt' 
Granby. Oliver Hancheit, Suffidd. Eiihu Drak jfctalwj 
Jonathan Palmer, j'r. Windsor, 

Daniel Corning, Hartford, Jailor. 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

COUJYTY COURT. 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Gideon Buckingham,esq. | Dyer White, esq. 

John Kingsbury, esq.- | Noah Webster, esq. 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 

John -H. Lynde, esq. Clerk. 

Dyer White, esq* Clerk of Superiour Court. 



weir 

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JUSTICES 

JS/cw- Haven 
Henry Daggett 
Joseph Darling 
Thomas Painter 
Elisha Munson- 
William Hiilhouse, j'r 
Eneas Munson, j'r 
Charles D^nison 
John Barker 
Stephen Twining 
Seth P. Staples, esquir 

Branford 
Edward Russell 
Orchard Gould 
Benjamin r*age 
James Barker 
Solomon Lindslev 
Tonathan Merrick 
Josiah F. LinsleVj eso'r 

Cheshire 
Bur rage Beach 
Asahel Chittenden 
Amos Baldwin 
David B.-.dgei? 



OF THE PEACE. 

Tho. r l\ Cornwall, esqr's 

Derby 
John Humphreys 
I Levi Tomlinson 
Josiah Dudley 
Amas t Porter 
Philo.Bassett, esquires 

East- Haven "' 
Josiah Bradley 
Enos Hemingway 
Stephen Woodwardjesq's 

Ham den 
John Hubbard 
Eli Whitney 
Aaron Bradley 
Elam Ives, esquires 

Cuifford 
Augustus Collins 
Miles Munger 
Jonathan Todd 
Henry Hill 
Nathan Chidsey 
Daniel Hand j'r 



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^Nathaniel Griffing 
mbraham Chittenden j'r 
Samuel Robinson 
pamuel Fowler, esquires 
Milford 
braham V. H. De Witt 
Slias Clark 

illiam Durand 
[Benjamin Bull, esquires 

Meriden 
[Zenas Mitchell 
Asaph Merriam 
Amasa Lewis, esquires 
[ ^ Middhbury 
jDavid Thompson 
' |Leman Townsend 
s |Philo Bronson, esquires 
J\orth-Haven 
Joshua Barns 
Peter Eastman 
Isaac C. Stiles, esquires 
Oxford John Riggs 

David ToT'linson 
Abel Wheeler, esquires 

bouthbury 
Justus Johnson 
Benjamin Stiles 



Shadrach Osborne 
Simeon Hinman 
Titus Pierce, esquires 

Walling ford 
Oliver Stanley 
John M'Clrave 
Samuel Hall, j'r 
Ephraim Cook 
Aaron Hall 
Geo. W.Stanley , esquires 

Waterbury 
John Lewis 
Frederick Hotchkiss 
Truman Porter 
Joshua At water 
Bennet Bronson, esquires 

Hood bridge 
David French 
Thomas Darling 
Samuel Osborne 
Elihu Sanford 
John Thomas 
David Thomas, esquires 

Wolcott 

(Mark Harrison 
Isaac Bf onson,esq ? rs 



Jonathan Ingersol l, esq . State Attorney. 



PRACTISING 

Aew-Haven 
Jonathan Ingerscll 
William Hiilhouse j'r 
David Daggett 
James Hillhouse 
Nathan Smith 
Isaac Mills 
Levi Ivesj'r 
Isaac M. Wales 
Stepheu Twining 



ATTORNIES. 

Seth P. Staples 
John H. Lvnde 
William Bristol 
Jesse At water 
Henry W. Edwards 
Charles Den i son 
De Lau De Forest 
Asaph Dunbar 
Jonathan E. Porter 
Eleazcr Foster 
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Jeremiah Everts 
Jonathan Atwater 
George Hoadly, esquries 

Cheshire 
Burrage Beach, esq. 

Derby 
John Humphrey 
Joihh Dudley, esquires 

MiifaA 
Abraham V. H. De Witt 
David B. Inpersoll^esq'rs 
Oxford} L. Wdles, esq. 



Middlebury 
Alv T a Baebe. esq. 

South bury 
Benjamin Stiles 
Simeon Hinm&n 
Curtis Hinman, esquires 

Walling ford 
George W. Stanley, esq. 

Water bury 
Cyrus Clark 
Bennet Bronson 
Laurens Barns, esouires 



Nathaniel Rossiijer, esq. Sheriff', 

JJefiiay-^/i^riffk.^iosizh 13. Morse, J\heiv~ Haven m 

Waiting $i$m\ey, Cheshire. Francis French, Derby. 

Ambrose Rice, iValliutfforcL Medad Hotchkiss, 

IVzolbridve. * Orlando Porter, Waterhury. 

John Clarke, New-Haven, Jailor* 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Elias Perkins, esq. Chief Judge. 

Ken Matthew Griswold, j Nathaniel Shipman, 

Hon. Henry Champion, I George Colfax, esquires 

Matthew Griswold, esq. Treasurer. 
Charles Lathrop, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Su- 
per i our Court. 






fias 1 

4 
y 



JUSTICES -Of 

j*<eu<-Lo?idQn 
Jonathan Starr 
Guy Richards 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurley 
William PJ Cleaveland 
William Williams 
Jirah Isham 
Ebea'r Learned,esquires 



THE PEACE. 

A orvoich 
Christopher Leffingwell | 
Elisha Hyde 
Andrew Huntington 
Asa Spalding 
Andrew Perkins 
Thomas Fanning 
James Lanman 
James Backus 



q. 



rastirs Huntington 

lL>C2: Huntington, esciVs 
Uozrah 

Ua Wood worth 

Jias West 

.sa Fitch, esquires 
Co /c /tester 

Dseph I sham 

ohn Jsl^am 

mm H. Watrmis 

-x 1 WorthinrgUm 
fcftoger I-kiikeky 
., &2l Billow" 
?. ||3e i ij a q ri h T r a m bul 1 
Wamufcl A.- Peters, esq'rs 
mfiranklin Eli Hyde 

Bilus ElarjEshorne 
Rfeazer Tracy, esquires 

Grot on 
lEbenez e r Ledya vd 
Amos Geer 
• .1 ezer Avery 2d 
Isaac Avery 
Christopher Morgan 
Ralph Hurlbiit 
Isaac Gallup 
'Ebenezer Morgan 
John (). Miner, esquires 

Lisbon 
Levi Perkins 
Joshua. Perkins 
Elisha Morgan 
William Ada ms, esquires 

Lyme 
Andre w G r i s wold 
Setfi Ely Vr 
David F Sill 
,jS1o es Warren 
Calvin Seldcn 
David M, Jewett 



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\ Seklen "Worrier 
Richard fv» 'Curdy 
William Nuyes 
Seth Smith 
■Remick WiiK esquires 

Mont-rjUAc 
Daniel F. Raymond 
James Fttfefi 
Ikv&u Comstock 
David Turner 
Jacob Loom is, esquires 

J\orth- ^tonhig ton 
Joshua i'abcock 
Stephen *A very 2d 
Stephen Hall 
Thomas Prentice 
Elias Hewitt, esquires 

Preston 
Benjamin Coit 
Samuel Mott 
Jeremiah Kalsev 
Daniel Morgan j*r 
Isaac Avery 
Alexander Stewart 
Charles Fanning 
Solomon Gkiduis 
Jonah Witter 
Moses Lester 
John Tyler 
Stephen ' Meech , e squ ires 

Stoning ton 
Nathaniel Mi^er 
Elijah Palmer 
Codoingtor, Billings 
Edw|.rd Smith 
Isaac WrHarns 2d 
Park Williams 
William Randall, esq'rs 

Ware ford 
G; is wold Avery 



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Pardon T- Taber | Dan'lH. Ca'ulkins, esJ 

John S. Miller | 

Asa Spalding, esq. State Attorney • 

PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Aew-London 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurley 
William P. Cleaveland 
Jirah Isham 
Ebenezer Learned 
Wm. F. Brainard, esq'rs 

Aotwich 
Calvin Goddard 
EHsha Hyde 
Asa Spalding 
Luther Spalding 
William S. Hart 
James Lanman 
John Hyde 
Joseph Williams 
Ulysses Selden 
James Stedman 



George Perkins 
George D. Hill 
Cha's F.Harrington 3 esl 

Colchester 
Benjamin Trumbull 
Samuel A. Peters, esql 

Lyme 
Richard M'Curdy 
David M. Jewett 
Page, esquires 

Preston 
Jeremiah Halsey, esq, 

Stoninglon 
Nathaniel Miner 
Coddington Billings 
George Hubbard 
Amos Wheeler, j'r.esq* | 



Joshua Huntington, esq. Norwich, Sheriff. 
Deputy -Sheriffs. — William Richards, Hezekial 
Goddard, JSiew^ London. Bela Peck, Shubael Breed' 
Aorwich. Solomon Scovil, Colchester. Watrot 
Beckwith, Lyme* Paul Babcock, Stonington. 
Jailors — Chauncey Arnold, Aew-London. 
Seth Miner, A orwicfi. 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 
COUATY COURT. 
Samuel W. Johnson, esq. Chief Judge. 
Nathan Wheeler, esq. I Andrew L. Kill, esq. 
Joseph Silliman, esq. | Daniel B. Cook, esq. 

Lewis B. Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 

David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superiourj 

Court. 



.J&9 



,e«, 



JUSTICES OF 
Fairfield 
>yeph Strong 
iJvi'J All/u 
ewis B. Surges 
•avid Judfah 
vmuei Rowland 
imuel B. Sherwood 
ersliom Burr 
jbenezer Banks 
'alcott Banks 
Bibbins 
oger M. Slier mau 
kavid Hubbell 
[ull Bradley, esquires 

D anbury 
3seph P. Cook " 
.nomas Taylor 
ienjamin Hicock 
nomas Taylor jun. 
'omfort Hoyt juti. 
q't>anielN. C arrmgton 
ittiiew B. .Whittlesey 
Uidrew Beers 
iailoses Hatch 
e|)avid Foot gsq/rs 
BrookfieUl 
ill Perry 
liverius Hawjey 
bolby Chamberlain 
Mm Northrop 
)anicl Tomlinson, e.sq'rs 

Grr, mvic/i 
Bfcenezer Me^d 
Gr'Obert Close 
Jabez Mead 
William Knap 
Eiisha p.lcher 
f Da v id Wood , j un . es# ' • 6 



THE FEACJL. 

Hunting ion 
Eiisha ■Mills 
Diod-iieSiiiiman 
Abel French 
Ebenezer Beardsley 
Othniel De Forest 
John Curtis, csq'rs 

Norioulk 
Job Bartram 
EMph&leji Lockwood 
Ttvlor Sherman 
William M. Betts 
Hezekiah Jarvis 
Henry Belden 
Lewis Ray mend 
Jonathan Knight, esq'rs 

New -Canaan 
Isaac Richards 
Eliphalet St. John, esq'rs 

j\ew- Fairfield 
Nehem.iah .Berdslee 
Joseph Bass jun. ' 
David ;Lane, esq'rs 

Aewtown 
David P.ildwin 
Samuel C. Blackmail 
John San ford 
Asa Chapman 
Z'tcheriah Ferris, esq'rs 

deciding 
William Keron 
James Rogers 
Peter Sanford 
Lemuel Sanford, esq'rs 

Bidgfrdd 
Nathan Smith 
Saniiwjj Stebbins 
Timoihv Keeler 



TO 



Job Smith 

Thomas St, John, esq'rs 

Stamford 
John Davenport jun. 
Reuben Schofield 
Samuel Webb 
Ebenezer Davenport 
Nathan Weed 
Joseph Wood, esq'rs 

Strafford 
Robert Walker 
Abijah M'Ewmg 
Joseph Walker 
Joseph Backus 
Josiah Lacey 
J.H. Tomlinson, jr. esq'rs 

Sherman 
Stephen Barnes 

Samuel B. Sherwood, 



David Barlow 
Levi Hubbell 
G. B, Giddens, esq'i] 

Trumbull 
Lewis Burton 
Stephen Middlebroof 
Judson Curtiss 
David Seelye, esq'rsj 

Preaiim 
Jeremiah Rowland 
Wm. Prince 
Squire Adams 
Isaac Bennet, esq'r* 

Wilton 
Matthew Marvin 
Ynaddeus Mead 
Zadock Raymond, est| 

esq. State Attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Fairfield 
David Burr 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Samuel Rowland 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Gideon Tomlinson 
Thaddeus B. Wakeman 
Roger M.Sherman,esq'rs 

D anbury 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Moses Hatch 
Epaphras W. Bull 
Alanson Hamlin, esq'rs 

Greenwich 
Timothy Walker, esq. 

A eivtown 
Samuel C. Biackman 
Asa Chapman 



Timothy Shepard, esc 
'jS/orwalk 

Taylor Sherman, esq., 
Redding 

• Bissell, esq. 

Stamford 



John Davenport jun. 
James Stevens 
Simeon H. Miner 
Frederick Scovil 
Joseph Wood, esq'rs 

Stratford 
Joseph Walker 
Robert Fairchild 
j Joseph Backus 
I Gharles M'Ewing 
Charles Bostwick 
I Wm. Benedict, esq. 
Ebenezer Dimond, esq. Sheriff*. 



] efmty Sheriffs. — John G, Allen, Fairfield. Sa- 
il YYrdiiian, jun. D anbury. Herman Warner t 
'town. Thomas F. Rowland, JS/orwalk. Aaron 
•ehouse, Redding. Joseph Gray, Stamford. John 
unpson, Strafford. Agur Lewis, Huntington* 
)roo j a Gregory, liridgefiort. 

Jailors — Joseph Allyn, Fairfield. 

Samuel Wi^dman, jun. Danhury* 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 
COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Thomas Grosvenor, Chief Judge* 
nezer Devotion esq. I Hezekiah Ripley, esq. 
les Gordon, esq. | Lemuel Ingals, esq. 

James Gordon, esq. Treasurer. 
jauelGray, esq. Clerk, and Clerk oi Sup. Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Windham j 

nuel Gray I 

ez Clark" j 

nuel Perkins . 

vid VV. Young ] 

nip Hay ward | 

lediah Tracy, esq'rs 

Ash ford 
lilliam Walker 
pel Simmons 
[ins Boyles 
lilliam Perkins 
nj. lios worth, esquires 

Brooklyn 
lui Parish 
>eph Scarborough 
mes E ; dredge 
j&gerW. Wiiliams 
aniel Putnam, esq'rs 

Canterbury 
iniel Frost 



THE PEACE. 

Luther Paine 

Asa Bacon 

Issac Backus 

Rufus Adams 

Asa Butts 

Andrew T. Judson, esq's 

Columbia 
James Pineo 
Asaliel Clark, jun. 
Isaac Ticknor, esquiresj 

Hamilton 
Ebenezer Moseley 
Philip Pearl 
James Burnett, esq'rs 

Killingly 
Sampson Howe 
James Danielson 
Ezra Hutchins 
Joel Day 
Joseph Adams 
Iiobert Tony 



Anthony Brown, esq'rs 

' ' L'ebanon 
Peleg Thomas 
Thaddeus Clark 
William T. Williams 
Eliph't iVictcalf 
Charles Lathrop 
Peleg Thomas j'r, esq'rs 

Mansfield 
Constant South worth 
Jesse Williams 
John Salter^ y 
BarzilVai Swift 
Miner Grant, esq'rs 

Plain field 
William Dixon 
Anthony Bradford 
Ephraim W heeler 
Joseph Eaton 
John Douglas? jY 
John Lester, esq'rs 

Pom/ret 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Sylvanus Backus 

Jabez Clark, esq 

PRACTISING 

Windham 
Timothy Larrabee 
Jabez Clark 
Samuel Perkins 
John Baldwin 
David W- Young 
John Fitch 
Philip Liavward, esquires 

Askford 
William Perkins 
David Rol!es, esquires 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 



|vatiu 

|oteH( 
\ 

iiteaw 



lerHo- 

Ssha 



2 I / 

Ebencz&r Kingsbury W»| 
John Tlolbrook, esquire 

tiler !i rig 
JohnWylie 
^anuieLHuJlock 
Thomas Backus 
Arte mas Baker, esquin 

lliompson 
Thaddous Earned 
Jason Fhipps 
Noadiah Russell 
Geor?e Lamed 
John Jacobs, esquires 

Vohmtovya 
AHyn Campbell 
James Alexander 
Joseph Wylie 

Woodstock 
John M'Clellari 
Nehemiah Child 
John Fox 
Ebenezer Smith 
Jonathan Morse, esquires 



Day' 

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State Attorney' 

ATTORMES. 

Daniel Kies, esquires 
Canterbury 

Rufus Adams 

Andrew TJudson, esq'rs 

Co hard hi 
Asahel Clark, enquire 

Hampton 
James Howard j'r esq. 

Eillhizciv 
Seth D. Eubank 
Ebcnczer Young, esq'rs 

J ue ban 071 
Wm. T. Williams, esq. 



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Thompson 
George Larned 
Simon Dav is j'r, esquire 

Woodstock 
John M'Clellan, esquire 



Plainfield 
osepk Eaton, esquire 

Pomfret 
liylvanus Backus 
ohn Holbrook, esquires 

Sterling 
^rtemas Baker, esquire 

Henry Webb, esq. Windham, Sheriff* 
Defiuty •Sheriffs. —John Perkins, Ashford. Wal 
er Hough, Canterbury. John Gallup, Brooklyn.— 
■lisha Gleason, Pomfret. ^ Hubbard Dutton, Leba- 
ion. George Gordon, Plainjield. Renseilaer Childs, 
Woodstock. 

Benjamin Brewster, Windham, Jailor. 

COUNTY QF*L1TCHFIELD. 
COUJYTY COURT. 
Hon. Aaron Austin, esq. Chief Judge. 
David Smith, esq. I Judson Canfield, esq* 

J. N. Brinsmade, esq. | Birdsey Norton, esq. 

Julius Doming, esq. Treasurer. 
Fred. Wolcott, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

'JJtch field 
fames Morris 
John Allen 
Uriel Holmes 
[Frederick Wolcott 
Julius Doming 
Beth Landon 
[Roger Marsh 
Nathan Bassett 
R. N. Whittlesey 
Benjamin Tall mad ge 
Aaron Smith 
James Gould 
Peter Sherman, esquires 



1HE PEACE. 

Barkhemjistead 
Joseph Wilder 
Israel Jones 
Samuel Hayden 
Pelatiah Allen, esquires 

Beth Ian 
David Bellamy 
Ebenezev Perkins 
Billy Ambler 
Geo. D. Kassen, esquires 

Canaan 
Elizur Wright 
John Elmore 
John Hurlbut 
Silas Franklin* esquires 
G 



Cole brook 
Elijah Rockwell 
Samuel Mills 
Reuben Rockwell, esq'r: 

Cornwall 
Jadah Kellogg 
Jahn Pierce 
John Sedgwick 
Oliver Eurnhara 
Ileirfamin Gold 
John. Calhoun, esquires 

Goshen 
Nathan Hale 
AdiiXo Hale 
Sam lid Hopkins, esq'rs 

Ila^Kvinton 
."!?.mes Brace 
Lewis Catlin 
Benj. Griswold, esquires 

Kent 
Bavzuiyi Slosson 
Juliiis Caswell - 
IVl^tthew Elliott 
John Raymond, esquires 

A env- Hart ford 
Abraham Kellogg 
Asia Cowles 
Ho.^er MiHi 
ClVaruri Seymour, esq'rs 

A <:w- Mi I ford 
Reuheti Warner 
El^ha I-Vistwick 
Ablah Treat 
v>; ;;l S- Board man 
Nathaniel Taylor [ 
Abel ivierwfn, enquires 

Any flip 
Eleazcr Holt 
Aifevt^tus PeUihone 



Benjamin Welch, esq'rs 

Plymouth 
Daniel Potter 
Lake Potter, esquires 

Roxbury 
Curtis Hurd 
Phineas Smith 
Elihu CanfieUl, esquires 

Sharon 
David Downes 
Isaac Pardee 
Augustus Taylor 
Daniel St. John, esquires 

Salisbury 
Joshua Porter 
Adonij ah Strong 
Samuel Lee 
filisha Sterling 
Lot Norton, j'r. esquires 

Torrington 
Elisha Smith 
Phineas North 
Norman Griswold 
William Rattle, esquires 

Washington 
David Whittlesey 
William Coggswell 
Elijah Hazen, esquires 

JVi rich ester 
Eliphaz Alvord 
Samuel Hurlbut 
Solomon Rockwell 
Phineas Minor, esquires 

IVarren 
Nathabiel Swift 
John Tallraacjge 
Ebenezer Tanner, esq'rs 

M'aiertcnvn 
Elijah Woodward 



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VrJp* W. South may d 
^Ijohn II. l)e Forest 



fCharles Me» f iman,esq'rs 
| Woodbury 

(Noah B. Benedict 

Uriel Holmes, esq. State Attorney 



John Strong 

Reuben Mitchell 

Mat. Minor J'r. esquires 



PRACTISING 

IJtehJield 
I John Allen 
I Isaac Baldwin 
Uriel Holmes 
James Gould 
Aaron Smith 
Seth P. Beers 
Asa Bacon j'r 
Joseph L. Smith, esq'rs 

Canaan 
Thaddeus Wilcox 
John Elmore 
William M. Burrall 
Thaddeus Munson 
James Lilly, esquires 

Colebrook 
Martin Thomas, esq. 

Goshen 
Birdsey Baldwin, esq. 

Kent 
Barzillai Slosson, esq. 

Norfolk 
Augustus Petti bone 
Michael F. Mills, esq'rs 

A ew-IWilford 
David S. Boardman 
Joseph A. Bostwick 
Perry Smith 



ATTORNIKS. 

Philo H'cock, esquires 

A i w- Hartford 
Roger Mills 
Win. J. Williams, esq'rs 

Plymouth 
Calvin Butler, esquire 

Roxbury 
Royal R. Kinman, esq» 
Sharon Cyrus Swan 
Ansel Sterling, esquires 

Salisbury 
Elisha Sterling 
Martin Strong 
Samuel Church 
Judson B. Thomas, esq's 

Washington 
William Coggswell, esq. 

Wnchcaier 
Phineas Miner 
N. Wetmore 
Joseph Miller,esquires 

Woodbury 
Noah B, Benedict 
Matthew W>Minor,j'r 
John Strong. j'r" 
Charles B. Phelps, eeq'i a 

Watertown 
Sam 'I W. South may d,esq. 



John R. Landon, esq. Sheriff. 
Defiuty-Sheriffs* — Roger Cook, IJtehJield. Sam- 
uel Comstock; Ae%v-Milford. Nathaniel Robbins, 
Aorfolfc. Roswell Austin, A e?j -Hartford. Tim®- 



Y6 

thy Chittenden, Salisbury. Philo De Forest, Wood' 
bury. J. Calhoun, Cornwall. Linus Ferai, Ply- 
mouth. David Bird, Eethlem. 

Roger Cook, Litchfield, Jailer* 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, 
COUATY COURT, 
Hon. Asher Miller, esq. Chief Jud;:e* 
Eliphalet Holmes, esq, | Seth Overton, esq. 
William Morgan, esq. | Lemuel Storrs, esq. 

Stith Overton, esq, Treasure*. 
John Flsk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superiour Court. 



fitirf 



JUSTICES OP 

Middletown 
Samuel W. Dana 
Chauncey Whittlesey 
Matthew T.Russell 
Nchemiah Ktrbbardj'r 
Ebenezer Sage 
William Plumbe / 
Isaac Gridley 
Isaac Miller 
Amos Sage 
John Pratt 
Eben'r Roberts, 2d, esq's 

Chatham 
Daniel SheparcF 
David White 
John Parmele 
David Clark 
William Dickson 
As^hel H. Strong 
Cyrus Bill 
Natk'l Cornwall, esquires 

Durham 
Simeon Parsons 
Dan Parmele 
Charles Coe 



THE PEACE. 
Guernsey Bates, esquires 

Easl-Haddar/i 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Isaac Spencer, 2d 
Abner Kail 
Timothy Gates, 2d 
Ebenezer Holmes 
Josiah Grilling 
Israel Cone 
John Bramard 
William Cone, esquires 

Had dam 
Ezra Brainard 
Smith Clark 
Oliver Wells 
Stephen Tibbals, esquires 

Killing*vorth 
Hezekiah Laae 
Abraham Pierson 
Job Wright 
Martin Lord 
1 >an Lane 
George Elliott* j'r, esq'rs 

Saybrook 
Jonathan Lay 



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liyWiftiam Hart 
/yjrimothy Starkey 
M$amuel Hart 
fohn Bull 
Samuel Williams 
Samuel Tullv 



Jokn Stennard 
Jonathan Warner 
John Piatt 
Thorns s Sill i man 
Clark Nott, esquires 



Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, esq. State Attorney. 



PRACTISING 

Mid diet qiwi 
Stephen T. Hosmer 
Samuel W T . Dana 
Matthew T. Russell 
Enoch Huntington 
Alexander Collins 
Elijah Hubbard m 
Chauncey Whittlesey, j T r 
John L. Lewis 
Levi H. Clarke 
William Van Deursen j'r 
Titus S. Hosmerjesqiiires 



ATTORNIES. 

Chatham 
Asahel H. Strong 
John II. Peters, esquire* 

Ea&t-Haddam 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Jared Spencer 
N. L. Foster, esquires 

Ha da am 
Linus Par melee, j'r, esq. 

Killing-worth 
Amaziah Bray, esquire 

Say brook 



George W. Jewett, esq. 
Enoch Parsons, esq. Sheriff. 
Defrnty -Sheriffs. — Asahel Loomis, Middktonvn. 
Daniel Smith, Haddam. Chevers Brainard, Ebene- 
zer Holmes, East -Haddam. Nathaniel Matson, 
Lyme. Hemaa Starkey, Saybrook. Ilalph Smith, 
Chatham. 

Daniel Smith, Haddam, Jailor. 



COUNTY CF TOLLAND. 

CO U J STY COURT. 
Sylvester Gilbert, esq. Chief Judge. 
Jesse Cady, esq. I Oliver King, esq. 

Samuel Dunton, esq. | David Hale, esq 
Ephraim Grant, esq. Treasurer and Clerk 
Clerk of the fcuperiour Ccurt. 

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and 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Tolland 
Jonathan Barnes 

Jabez Kingsbury 
Elisha Stearns, esquires 

BoliOU 

SamtoiQ Carver 

[chabbij Wurner 
Saul AlvQrclJj'r, esquires 
Coventry 

Jesse Root 
F.phrsim Kingsbury 
Benajah Strong 
Eleairer Po mercy 
Daakl Bm-nap 
NatKan Howard 
Elisha Edgarton 
Joseph Talcott, esquires 

Hebron 
Samuel Gilbert 
Klmu Marvin 
El ij ah House 
Joel Jones 



John PL Buell 

John H. Wells, esquires 

Ellington 
John H. Goodrich 
Asa Willey 
I Robert Hyde, esquires 

$pm.f r 8 
Benjabjin Phelps 
Giles Pease 
Calvin Pitkin 
Solomon L. Fuller, e^q's 

Stafford 
Eleazer W. Phelps 
Eliab Alden, esquires 

Vernon 
Phineas Talcott 
Eben. Kelic-gg, jh\ esq'rs 

Union 
Saiiiuel Crawford 
Abijah Sessions, esquires 

Willi ngt on 
Elisha Johnson, esquire 



Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney. 

PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 

Tolland * Hebron 

Jonathan Barnes I John T. Peters 

Elisha Stearns I Stuart Beebe, esquires 

Calvin Willey, esquires | Somers 

Bolton j Elisha Wales 

Saul Alvord, esquire j Walter R. Kibbe, esq'rs 

Coven tr if Stafford 

Jeremiah Parish, esquire | Eleaser W. Phelps 

Ellington j Tho's S. Seymour, esq'rs 

Asa Wilfj^y, esquire 

GeorVeO' Gilbert, esq. Hebron, Sheriff'. 
Denuiv-Sh* r/^.— WilUam Williams, Tolland.— 
Ahoiiab Johnson, Stafford* 

Nathan Chapman, Tolland, JJlcr, 



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COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. Judge*. Clerks* 

irtford^ Jonathan Brace, 

fiv-Htivaiy Elizur Goodrich, John H Lvnde 

:w- London y Lyman Law, Ebon. Learned 

v/Vyr'.'/r/, Samuel Rowland, (fevghoin Burr 

md/iawj Hezekrih. Ripley, Samuel Gray 

itch field) Fred'k W-accU, 

fUdletoivn, A^k r Mirer, John Fisk 

tyin ficld 9 James GoVior, John Douglass, jr. 

\uiqir;l, Eci-.\anl Mussel, Henry Hill 

*jolk) Aug's Pettibone, 

Voodhitrij, •• Noah B. Benedict, IVT. Miner 

'taw/brd, E. Davenport jun. A. Davenport 

"Janbury, ."?. P, Cook, J. P. Cook, jnnr. 

' 'as t-Haddam,! sar c Spencer, Jar ed Spencer 

Jorwich, . And , wlIuntington ) J# Huntington 

*omfret) T. Grosvenor, J^. Grosvenor 

Itiron, loshua Porter, John M. Holly 

\tajford, Jesse Cady, E. VV. Phelps 

vmaburij, Geo. Humphrey, William Stone 

'tonin^tov^ Codin^tonBillings,Edward Smith 

Farming tori) John Tread well, Martin Bull 

\\ ailing ford, G. W. Stanley, Joshua Atwater 

Saybrook) Hezekiah. Lane, Dan Lane 

mratfordj Robert Walker, Joseh Walker 
LKfl5^-Jt r m'/.?cr,Eliphalet Terry, Elam O. Potter 

| Waterburij) J. Kingsbury, Edward Porter 

Norwalk, T. Sherman, Wm. M. Betts 

<Nevj- Mil/or d) D. S. Boardman, J. A.Boatwick 

Hebron, Svlvester Giibert 5 Stewart Betbe 

Granby, Pliny Hiilyer, 

NOTARIES PUBLICK. 

■ 

Hartford^ Enoch Perkins, Theodore Dwight 

ju** u T-Tr,^^ S ftbzur Goodrich, Dver Whits 






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Derby , John Humphreys, jun. 

Milford, David B. Ingersell 

New-London, Lyman Law^ Ebenezer Learnet 

Norwich, James Lanman, William S. Har 

Stonington, Coddington Billings 

Lyme, William Noyes, jun. 

Preston, Samuel Mott 

Fair field, Lewis B. Sturges 

Windham, Samuel Perkins 

Woodstock, Jedidiah Morse 

Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott 

£ har on, John C. Smith 

Middletown, 5^ph T. Hosmer,Mat, T.Rus 

' (.Levi H. Clarke 

Nuffield, Hezekiah Huntington 

JSlorwalk, Eliphalet Lock wood 

Salhi)nry^ Elisha Sterling 

Bridgeport* Joseph Backus 

Stratford, Robert Walker 

Danbury, Amos Cook 

Brooklyn, John Parish 



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MINISTERS AND CHURCHES, 

Ln the State of Connecticut. 



COUNTY OF 
Hartford 
Bev. Nathan Strong d.d. 

Abel Flint 

Nathan Perkins d.d. 

Menzies Rayner E 

Henry Grew B 

Berlin Benoni Upson 

John Smalley d.d. 

Evan Johns 

Plurality E 

Bristol Giles H. Cowles 

Daniel Wildman B 
Burlington Jona. Miller 



HARTFORD. 

Vacant 

Canton J ere. Hallcck 
Jared Mills 

East -Hartford 
Andrew Yates 
Vacant 
Alas Brumley 

East- Windsor 

Dav.M'ClureD.D 
Thomas Robbins 
Shubaei Bartlett 
Piurkliiy ] 

Enfield Nehem. Prudd* 



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81 



Vacant AC 

George At well B 
Harming ton Noah Porter 

Rulus Hawley 
'astenbury P» Havves 

Joseph Strong 

Nathan B. BurgessE 
*anby Isaac Porter 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Asa Cornwell E 

Vacant h 

'artland Aaron Church 

Nathaniel Gay lord 
tat 'thorough 

David B. mpHy 
mabury Allen iVI'Lcan 

Plurality E 

Vacant * B 

uthington 

William Robinson 



Plurality E 

Vacant B 

Suffield Ebenezer Gav 
Daniel Waldo 
Vacant E 

Vacant B 

John H <stings B 

Wcilursficld 

John Marsh jd.d. 
Joshua Belden"£ 
Joafo Brace ^ 
C?lvin Chtpin 
Vacant B 

IVindhcr 

Ilcnrv A. Rowland 

William F. Miller 

Vacant 

Abel Gillet B 

Fred. Chapman B 



COUNTY OF 

New-Haven 

ev. Moses Stuart 
Samuel Merwin 
Timoth) DwightD.D. 
Ah'm Jar vis d.d. E 
Bela Hubbard d.d.E 
Noah Williston 

ran ford 
timothy P. Gillett 
Matthew Noycs 
Charles At water 
Vacant E 

%cshire John Foot 
Oliver Hitchcock 
Reuben Ives E 

cr by Thomas Ruggles 



R 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Abner Smith 
Rich 'd Mansfield") 
Calvin White $ 
Plurality E 

East- Haven Saul Clark 
Vacant E 

Guilford Aaron Dutton 
John Elliott 
William F. Vail 
Vacant 
David Baldwin 

Ham den John Hyde 
Abraham Ailing 
Plurality E 

Middlebury Mark Mead 

Milford Caleb Pitkin 



E 



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Bezaleel Pinneo 


Wallingford P c 


Erastus Scranton 


James Noyes 


Vacant E 


Vacant 


Meridsn Erastus Ripley 


Vacant 


Sh .»uel Miller 


Vacant J 


J\'orth-Haven t 


Wat-bury Luke \\| ft' 


Benj. Trumbuii d.d, 


Vacant I* 


Vacant E 


Vacant lBtt' 


Oxford 


Horace V. Barbel Vac 1 


Nathaniel Freeman 


Wotcon |?lw 


Chauncey Prindie E 


Is-acl B. WoodwtArf 


Southbltry 


Woodbri ge Vac'aiiiW' 


Benjamin V\ r ildman 


Vacant: 1 % 


Bennet T yler 


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COUNTY OF 1 


»JEW-LONDON. 1 & 


New-London 


J . ^on Lee 1 B 


Rev. Abel M'Ewen 


Vacant J I 1 


Charles Seabury E 


Montvi'le Abishai Ale fl 


Samuel West B 


Vacant B 


Bozrah Jona. Murdock 


Robert Fargo i 1 


Vacant B 


Reuben Palmer \ 


Colchester Salmon Cone 


Aorwic/i 


Ezra Stiles Ely 


Joseph Strang d.d, b 


Vacant 


Vv alter King 


Eliada Blakesley B 


John 'IVier I 


Asa Wilcox B 


John Sterry 1c 


Franklin Samuel Nott 


Nbrth-mmingt on 


Groton Vacant 


Vacant 


Vacant 


Peleg Randall 


Vacant AC 


Simeon Brown 


Silas Barrows B 


Preston 


John G. Wightman B 
Lisbon Levi Nelson 


Lemuel Ty'er 


Vacant 


Andrew Lee d.d. 


Plurality 1 


Amos Reed B 


Vacant At 


Lyme Lathrop Rockwell 


Amos Reed 1 


Vacant 


Stoning ton 


David Huntington 


Vacant 



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[ Christc. Avery AC 



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COUNTY OF 
Fairfield 
k Heman Humphries 
Hez. Ripley d.d. 
Vacant 

Plurality E 

Asahei Morse B 
ookfield 
Richard Wliliams 
Plurality E 

inbury Israel Ward 
Samuel Sivaves 
Elijah G, Plumb E 
Ebcn. While Sand. 
Nathan Buckley B 
Bennet Pepper B 
'ccnvjtch Vacant 
Isaac Lewis d. d. 
Plurality E 

niington I). Ely d.d. 
Vacant 

Vacant E 

ew -Canaan 
William Bonney 
Plurality E 

esv~ Fairfield 

Meriad Rogers 
iwioivn Jehu Clark 
Daniel Eurhans E 
John Sherman B 

Solomon Glove? U 
Wtivdlk Ros'l R. Swan 



Water f'.rd 

Zadrck Darrow B 
Jabez Bttbe B 



FAIRFIELD. 

Henry Whitlocfc E 

Redding Nath'l Bartlett 
Daniel Crocker 
Plurality E 

Ridgefidd S. Goodrich 
Vacant 

Vacant B 

Plurality E 

Sherman 

Maltby Gelston 

Stamford Daniel Smith 
William Fisher 
Amzi Lewis 
Plat* Buffett 
Vacant E 

Ebenezer Ferris B 

Stratford 

Stephen W. Stebbins 
Elijah Waterman 
A shbel Baldwin E 
Vacant B 

Trumbull 

Daniel C. Banks 
Plurality E 

Weston Vacant 
James Johnson 
Plurality E 

Wilicn Vacant 

Plurality E 
St." John B 



COUNTY OJVWINDKAM. 
VVincUiam Elijah G. Wells 

William Andrews Vacant AC 



Vacant B 

Joshua Abbey B 

jishfoi d Vacant 

William Storrs 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Whitman B 

Brooklyn 

J, Whitney d.d. 

Daniel Fog E 

Canterbury 

George Leonard 

Erastus Learned 
Columbia Vacant 
Hamfiton 

Ludovicus Weld 

Abel Palmer B 

Killingly Elisha Atkins 

Israel Day 

Vacant 

Calvin Cooper B 
Lebanon Z'/huion FJy 

William B. Ripley 

join* Gurlev 



COUNTY OF 

Utch field 
Rev. Judah Champion 
Amos Chase 
Joseph E. Camp 
Truman Marsh E 
Abraham Fowler 
Vacant B 

Barkhcmjisteod 
Ozias Eells 
James Beach 
Bet hit 'in 

Azel Backus 



Vacant 

Neiierniah Dodge 
Maw> field 

Samuel 1\ Williai 

Muses C. Welch 

Joshua Bradley 
Plairifidd 

Joel Benedict d.d 

Nathaniel Cole 
Fowfret Asa King 

W alter Lyca 

Plurality 

Jamc ♦ Grew 
Sterling Vacant 
Thoinjiacn 

D.miel Daw 

Pierson Crosby 
Falun town Vacant 

Vacant 

AmosCrandal AC 
Wood-stock Eli ph. Lymai 

William Graves 

Alvin Underwood 

Amos Wells 

Abial L'Doit 



U 

Ait 

Vai 

fljirt 

At 

jtor/w 



&: 



LITCHFILD. 

Plurality 
Canaan Charles Prentic 

Pitkin Cowles 

Vacant 

Plurality E 

Caleb rook Chauncey Lee 

Rums Babcock * B j 
Cornwall 

.Timothy Stone 

Josiah Hawes 
Goshen Asahel Hooker 
/forw/'/zfo/iJosluWiUiaina \ 



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Roger Sarle E 

terit Joel Boat-dwell 

\eiv-Hartferd 
Amasa Jerome 
Vacant B 

\cw-Milford 

Andrew Elliott 
Benjamin Benbam E 

?Vor/b/Ar Ammi K. Robins 

Plymouth 

Simon Waterman 
Plurality 

fyoxbury 

Zephamaji Smith 
Plurality E 

Isaac Fuller B 

Salisbury 

Joseph W.Crossman 

\Sharon David L. Perry 
Daniel Parker 
Vacant » 



E 



Torrington 

Alexander Gillet 
Samuel J. Mills 
Isaac Bellows 1 

Warren Peter Starr 
Vacant 

Washington 

Ebe'nezer Porter 
Samuel Whittlesey 
Plurality 
Plurality 

Watertown 

Uriel Gridley 
Russel Wheeler 

Winchester 

Frederick Marsh 
Asa Talmage 

Woodbury 

Noah Benedict 
Vacant 



B 



COUNTY OF 

Middktown 
Rev. Dan Huntington 
John Kewlev F, 

Joshua E. Williams 
Vacant 

Thomas Miner 
Joseph Graves AC 

Grant B 

Enoch Green B 

Chatham 

Cyprian Strong d.d. 
David Selden 
Joel West 

Smith Miles E 

Vacant B 

Durham David Smith 



E 



MIDDLESEX. 

Plurality ^ E 

East'Ffadda?n ^ 
Elijah Parsons 
William Lyman d.d. 
Joseph Vail 
Solomon BlakesleyE 

Haddam David F. Field 
Simeon Dickinson B 

KUlingworth 

Achilles Mansfield 
JosiahB. Andrews 
Plurality E 

Saybrook 

Fred. W. Hotchkiss 
Richard Ely \ 
Aaron Hovey > 

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Thomas Rich 

Samuel Mills 



Plurality 
Eliphalet Lester 



COUNTY OF. 

Tolland 
Rev. K: Williams d.d. 

Jonathan Goodwin B 
Bolton George Colton 
Cuv entry Abiel Abbot 

Eph. T. Woodruff 

Royal Tyler 
filling ten 

Diodate Brockway 
Hebron Amos Basset 

Nathan Gillet 

Plurality E 



TOLLAND, 

Somers 

William L. Strcn 
Stafford Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant 
Union Vacant 
Vernon 

Ebenezer Kellogg 
IVtllington 

Hubbil Loom is 

Davi* Liliibridge 



to) 

p 



rt 



Unsettled Ministers and Licentiates from the sex 
ral Associations. 

Rev. Messrs. Simon Backus, Bridgepert ; Jonath; 
Bartlett, Reading ; Gershom Bulkley, Middlctowr 
Samuel Camp, Ridgebury ; Aaron Cleveland, Wet 
ersfiekl ; James Dana, d.d. New-Haven ; Ira -Plan 
.iViiddlebiiry ; Dan Huntington, Litchfield ; Calv- 
in gals, Stafford; Gurdon Johnson, Killingly ; Salm( 
K.ing, East-Hartford ; William Lcckwood, Glastei 
bury ; Samuel Munson, Huntington ; John Noye 
Norfield ; Samuel Stebbins, Simsbuiy ; John Ta; 
ior, Enfield. 

Licensed Candidates, 

Jason Allei\jun. Montville y Jonathan Bird, Be 
lift ; Reuben Chapin, Somers ; John Chester, Wet! 
cvsneid ; John Claris, Washington ; George Coltoi 
Hartford; Chester Colton, Hartford ; Daniel Crock 
er.Westcn; Mills Day, New-Haven ; John G. Dc 
ranee, Brooklyn ; Joseph Edwards, Middletown 
Nathaniel Freenian, New-Haven ; Henry Frost, N 
Haven ; Asahel Gayloid, Norfolk ; Joseph Harvey 
Eftst-Haddarn ; Daniel Haskell, Canaan ; Nathan 



!ste rjelG. Huntington, Hartford; Bela Kellogg, New - 
laven ; Francis King, Bolton ; Gilbert R. Living- 
jiton, Redhook ; Allen M'-Lean, Vernon ; John 
larsh, jun. YVethersfield ; Thomas Pnnderson, 
Jew-Haven ; Andrew Rawson, Wardsbury ; Jame-i 
Robbins, Norfolk ; Thomas, Rugbies, Guilford ; 
{Holland Samj>son, Ashford ; Henry Sherman, New- 
(Haven ; James W. Tucker, Danburv ; Timothy 
(Tuttle, Durham ; Hezekiah G. Uflbrd, Stratford ; 
Horatio Waldo, Coventry ; Stephen Williams, Wood- 
stock; Timothy Williams, Woodstock ; John Wood- 
I bridge, Southampton, 

Committee to certify the regular standing of fircach- 
ers travelling from this into other parts of the 
United States. 
Rev. Messrs. Nathan Perkins, d. d. William 
Robinson, Benjamin Trumbull, d.d. Matthew Noyes, 
Joseph Strong, d. d. Isaac Lewis, d d. David Ely, 
d.d. Moses C. Welch, Andrew Lee, Samuel J. Mills, 
Azel Backus, Elijah Parsons and Nathan Williams, 
d.d. 

Receivers of 'money in their several Associatio?isfor 
the Treasury of the General Association. 

Rev. Messrs. Henry A. Rowland, William Robin- 
son, Samuel Merwin, Erastus Ripley, Samuel Nott, 
Roswell R. Swan, Jehu Clark, Zebulon Ely, Andrew 
Lee, Charles Prentiss, Azel Backus, David D. Field, 
and Ephraim T. Woodruff. 

Rev. Abel Flint, Treasurer of the Association, 

Rev. Andrew Yates, Auditor. 



Delegates to the General Assembly of the Presbyte- 
rian Churchy to convene at Philadelphia) the 3d 
Thursday of May, 1810. 

Rev. Messrs. Flenry A. Rowland, Chauncey Lee, 
and Zebulon Ety. Substitutes — Rev. Messrs. Beno- 
iii Upson, Walter King, and Ebenczer Porter. 



88 

Officers of the Connecticut Missionary Society, 
His Excl. John Tread well, the Hon. Roger New | 
berry, the Hon. Jonathan Brace, the Hon. Aaroil 
Austin, Enoch Perkins, esq. the Hon. Asher Miller 
the Rev. Messrs. Nathan Perkius, d. d. Samuel 
Kott, Calvin Chapin, Samuel J. Mills, Moses C,| 
Welch, and Andrew Yates — Jrustees. 

Andrew Kingsbury* es,q. Treasurer. 
Rev. Abel Flint, Auditor. 

Bajitist Ordained Unsettled Ministers. 
Rev.Mossrs. Asa Spalding, Jedidiah Randall," Ash-] 
cr Miner, Francis Darrow, Jonathan Goodwin, Ros- 1 
well Burrows, Joseph Utley, Asa Wilcox. 

Preachers of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

New-England Conference. 

Boston District. 
George Pickering, Presiding Elder. 



Lynn, 
Marblehead 
Salisbury, Poplin, 

and Salem 
Harwick 
Falmouth 
Sandwich and Sci 

tuate 
New-Bedford 
Nantucket 
New-Port 
Bristol Sc Warren 
Somerset 
Eastern St Norton 
Boston 

Portsmouth 



William Stevens 

William Hunt 

7 Asa Kent, Edward Hyde, 

) Daniel Wentworth 

Joseph Merrill 

Erastus Otis 

"> Joseph Snelling 

5 Benjamin F. Lambord 

Nehemiah Coy 

Jordan Rexford 

Daniel Webb # 

Samuel Mervin 

Levi W r alker 

John Tinkham 

Elijah R. Sabin, Philip Munger 

<, JohaBroadhead, Alfred Med- 

t calf, Isaac Scstrritt 






llar !V 



'oll'and 
« ishburnham 
'^Keedham 
Providence St ^ 
Smith field > 
Bast-Greenwich 
Pomfret 
New-London 



89 

J\ env-Loji do a DH l ribt . 
Elijah Hed din g, Presiding Elide 

Ben}. P. 11)11, Vyra. Hinman 
David Carr, Robert Arnold 
Benjamin R. Hoyt, N. Hill 

Greenleaf R. Norris, P. Brett 

Theophilus Smith 

Isaac -Benny, Samuel Cutler 

Elisha Stieeler, John Linsey 



Vermont District, 
Thomas Branch, Presiding Elder. 
Athens Solojman Sias 

VVetliersfield Samuel Thomson, Stephen Baily 

iBarnard Eleazer Wells 

[Ver shire. Joel Steel 

Barre Warren Bannister,George Gary 

Danville Nathaniel Stearns 

Stanstead Squire Streeter 



Grantham 

Canaan 

Bridge water 

Pembroke 

Tufrenborough 

Rochester 

Centre Harbour 

Landaff 

Lunenburg 



heiv-IIamfiahire District. 

Martin Ruter, Presiding Elder. 

Thomas Asbury, Paul Dustin 

Ebenezer Blake 

Leonard Frost 

Lewis Bates 

Renja. Bishop, Am asa Taylor 

Hezekiah Field 

Abntr Clark 

Joseph Peck ' 

Beijimin Merril 



Portland District. 

Idshua Sou 1 , Presiding Elder. 

'Durham J John H. Hajdy, Jiviius Spa!&- 

I ing, Robert Hays 
Scarborough Enoch Jaquis 

Ii2 



Falmouth 
Conway 
Bethel 
I/iverraore 

Poland 
Portland 



on 

Head field* 

Norridcjwock 

Hallowell 

Vasselborough 

Union 

Boothbay 

Georgetown 

Industry 

Or ring ton 

Hamden 

Bristol 

Penobscot 



§0 

Joel Winch 
Philip Aver 
Joshua Randell 
Charles Virgin 
Samuel Hill man 
Epaphras Kibby 



l^miebeck District. 
ver Beale, Presiding Elder. 
David Kilftourn 
.Tuna than Chaney 
Ebenezer F. Newell 
John Wilkinson 
Joh n W illia- m son , Bei rj a m in 
Caleb Fogg 
Henry Hawkins 
Isaiah Enter son 
Joseph Baker 
Zachariah Gibson 
William Frost 
David Stimson 



; 



sort 



The Conferences are assigned as follows :-*- 

Western Conference, Cincinati, September 2 

1809. 
Southern Conference, Charleston, Dec. 23, 180 
Virginia Conference, Petersburg, Feb. 8, 1810. I 
Baltimore Conference, Baltimore, March 9, 18r| 
Philadelphia Conference, Easton, Maryland, Apij 

20, 1810. 
New-York Conference, Pittsfleld, Massachusetts 

May 20. 1810. 
New- England Conference, Winchester, N.Hanni 

shire, June 6, 1810 
Genesee Conference, (composed of Susquehannah 

Cayuga, Upper and Lower Canada Districts) t 

meet at Lyonstown, Ontario County, State of New 

July 20, 1610, 



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COLLEGES, &c. 



Yale College, New-Haven. 

(lev. Timothy Dwight, S.T.D. President and 

Professor of Divinity. 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich, esq- Professor of Law. 

Jeremiah Day, A.M. Prof en/tor of Mathematics and 

J\aiiiral P/iiloso/ihy. 

erjamin Silliman, A.M. Professor of Chemistry 

and J\atural History. 

[Janus L. Kingsley, A.M. Professor of Languages 

c:nd Ecclesiastical History* 

FELLOWS. 



[Rev- J osiah Whitney, d.d. 
David Ely, d.d. 
Hex. Ripley, d-d. 
Jvimes Dana, d*d. 
John Marsh 



Rev. Noah Benedict 
Andrew Lee, d-d. 
Joseph Strong, d.d. 
Achil:es Mansfield 
Benoni Upson 



The Governour, Lieutenant Governour, and six 
I seniour Council, together with the foregoing Fellows 
I constitute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 



David A. Sherman, a.m 
Sereno E. Dwight, a.m. 

Tho'sH- Gal ! audet,A.M 

James Hillhouse, Treasurer. 



Edward Hooker, a.m. 
Henry Strong, a.m. 



Nathan Beers, 
Steward. Asahel Nettleton, Butler, 

Cominencement — 2d Wednesday of September. 

Vacations — From Commencement six weeks ; 
from the 2d Wednesday of January, three weeks ; 
and from the Wednesday before the second Thurs- 
day in May, three weeks. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 
Rev. Abraham Jarvis, D.D. President. 

Tiilotson Bronson, Principal. 

Daniel M'Dcnakl, Assistant 



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BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

John Adams, jun. A.M. Preceptor. 

Vacations — From the first Wednesday of Januail 
two weeks ; from the first Wednesday of May, t\l 
w%eks ; from the first Wednesday of Septembel 
tliree weeks. 

Anniversary — First Wednesday in September. 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE. 
Hon. Samuel Webber,D.O. President. 

Commencement — Last Wednesday in August. 

Vacations — From Commencement four weeks 
from the fourth Wednesday in December, seveil 
weeks ; from the third Wednesday in May, twc| 
weeks. 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE. 
Rev. Asa Messer, D.D. President. 
Commencement — First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations — From Commencement, four Weeks i 
from the f*rst Wednesday of January, six weeks ;,;! 
from the first Wednesday of May, three weeks. | 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. HANOVER, N.H. 

Hon.3ohn Wheelock, L.L.D. President. 

Commencement — Fourth Wednesday in August. 

Vacations — From Commencement, four and an 

half weeks ; from the first Monday in January, eight , 

and an half weeks. 

WILLIAM'S COLLEGE, WILLIAMSTOWN,, 

MASS. 

Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D.D. President. 

Commencement — First Wednesuay in September. 

Vacations — From Commencement, five weeks ; 

from the third Wednesday in January, three weeks ; 

from the first Wednesday in May, three weeks. 



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M A R I N E 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



TLIRT^ORT), 

John Caldwell, President. 

Thomas S. V\ 'illiams, Secretary. 

AEW-HJVEM 

Elias Shipman, President. 
Austin Denison, Secretary, 

aem^ioadga: 

Jared Starr, President. 
David Coit, Secretary, 

JVOEJFICIL 

Simeon Thomas, President. 
Shubael Breed, Secretary. 

MIDDLETGWAT. 

Benjamin Williams, President. 
Enoch Parsons, Secretary. 

BANK S. 

HAUTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, esq. President. 

Normand Knox, Cashier. 

Directors* 

;ss. John Caldwell Andrew Kingsbury 

Ephvaim Root John Morgan 

George Goodwin Thaddeus Leavitt 

WilUarn Moseley Joseph Bulkley 

1 1 Kathaniel Terry 

pays of Discount IVTonda- % and Thursdays.— Hours 
business from 9 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 



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p.m. — Annual Meeting of the Stockholders sec 
Thursday in June. 



UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Jcdidiah Huntington, esq. President. 

Robert Hallam, Cashier. 

Directors. 



Mess. Jed. Huntington Charles Bulkele} 

Bela Peck Guy Richards 

George Hallam Lyman Law 

Daniel Lathrop Nathaniel Ricirai 

Jonathan Starr Joseph Carew 

Joseph Perkins Richard M'Curd 

James Tilley 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays.— H< 
©f Business, from 10 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 
4 p.m. — Bank shut on Saturdays p.m. and oa Tha?| 
giviugs, Fast-days, Christmas, and 4th of July.— 
nual Meeting of Stockholders first Tkursdrr in J 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Elisha Denison, esq. Fresident. 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 
Directors* 
Mess. Elisha Denison Jacob B. Gurley I 

Elias Perkins Edward Hallam | 

Edward Chappell Cushing Eells 

Isaac Thompson Hezekiah Godda| 

WilliaKi Williams 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. — H> 
of Business from 10 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 
4 p.m. — Bank shut on Saturday p.m. and on Thaii 
giving. Fast-days, Christmas, and 4th of July — 
ruial Meeting of the Stockholders, first Tuesday 
July. 

NEW-HAVEN BANK. 
Isaac Beers, Esq. President. 
William Lyon, Cashier. 



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Ebener Peck 
Abraham Bradley 
Ebenezer Huggina 
Frederick Hunt 
William Leffingwell 



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Directors* 
ss. Isaac Beers 
Joseph Drake 
John Nicoll 
Abraham Bishop 
Esias Shipman 
Eneas Monson,jun. 
Days of Discount, Mondays and Thursdays — 
eposit, Tuesdays and Fridays.— Hours of Business 
om 9 to 12 o'clock, a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. Mi- 
nimal Meeting of the Stockholders, first Thursday 
June. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, jun. esq. President 

Timothy South m ay d, Cashier. 

Directors. 



Timothy Southmayd 
George Hallam 
Nathaniel Patten 
Jonathan Starr 



tai^ess. Neh. Hubbard, j'r. 
Benjamin Williams 
Ebenezer Sage 
Lemuel Storrs 
Josiah Williams 
Days of Discount, Tuesday and Friday. — Hours of 
[Business from 9 to 12 o'clock, A. m. and from 2 to 
I p. m.— Annual Meeting of the Stockholders on 
the first f hursday of January. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaac Bronson, Esq. President. 

George Hayt, Cashier. 

Directors* 

Mess, lsacc Bronson Ebenezer Jessup, ft 

Samnel W r . Johnson 1 Isaac Hinman 



Aaron A- Hawley 
Joseph Nichols 



John 6* Cannon 

Salmon Hubbell 

Elijah Boardman 
Notes presented on or before Thursday and Dis- 
count made en Friday. — Hours of business from 8 to 
12 o'clock a»m. and from 2 to 4 p.m.— Bank shut on 



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Saturday p.m. and on Christmas, G©od Friday 
«>f July, and Public Fasts and Thanksgivings. — 'l 
a I meeting of the Stockholders, first Wednesdi 
July. 

NORWICH BANK. 
Ebenezer Huntington, esq. President* 
Kezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors* 
Mess, Eben- Huntington Zach. Huntingtcj 

Thomas Fanning D wight Ripley 

Thomas Lathrop Cha's P. Huntinj 

Simeon Breed Roge? Eulkeley 

Jabez Huntington Benjamin Coif 

Peter Lanman Asa Fitcli 

John L. Bus well 
Days of Discount Tuesday and Friday, — Horn 
business from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 ; 
p.m. — Annual Meeting of Stockholders 3d Thuri 
of June. 



WASHINGTON BANK, WESTEPvLY, R, 

Thomas Noyes, esq. President. 
Thomas Perry, Cashier. 
Day of Discount, Thursday.— Hours of businl 
from 10 to 12 o'clock A.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. 

DERBY FISHING COMPANY. 



Canfield Gillet,esq. President. 

• Directors. 

Ebenezer Townsend, jun# 

Samuel J. Andrews 

David Hitchcock 

David Bell 

James C. Bush 

James Lewis 

Annual Meeting, 2d Monday in January * 



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INCORPORATED CITIES, 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 

lenry Daggett, esq. | Simeon Baldwin, esq. 

"oah Wtbfeter, esq. | Charles Denison, esq. 

Elisha Mtinstn, esq. City Clerk. 
Nathan L»eers, esq. Treasurer. 
Dyer White, esq. Clerk of City Court. 
Seth P. Staples, esq. City Attorney. 
Josiah B. Morse, Sheriff. 
Co m m on - Council Men. 
Messrs. Isaac Beers, James Hillhouse, Hezekiah 
otchkiss, Thaddeus Beecher, James Merriman, 
benezer Peck, Daniel Reed, Eleazer Foster, Henry 
aggett, jun. John H. Jacocks. 
(Annual Meeting the first Tuesday in June.) 

NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

WinthropSaltonstall,esq. | Georee Colfax, esq.; 

Guy Richards, esq. | Jared Starr, esq. 

Lyman Law. esq. Clerk of City Court. 

Samuel Belden, City Clerk. 

William Richards, "> C u „«:«■„ 

AsaDutton, '£ Sheriffs. 

Common-Council Men. 
Mess.Thad. Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, 
Daniel Douglass, Frederick Miner, EdwardHallam. 
(Annual Meeting the second Monday in June.) 

HARTFORD. 

Thomas Seymour, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Jonathan Brace, esq. | John Caldwell, esq. 

Theodore D wight, esq. I John Morgan, esq. 



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William Whitman, esq. Clerk, 

Andrew Kingsrbuy, esq, Treasurer. 

Horace WadsWorth,") Cl .rr- 

Oliver Terry, ^Sheriffs. 

Co m m on - Cou n cil Men. 

Mess. Chaurxey Goodrich, Ephraim Root, En( 

Perkins, George Goodwin, Isaac Bull, Edward D; 

forth, Richard Goodman, James Hosmer, Jacob S 

geant, Russell Bunce, James Ward, John Leffii 

-well. 

(Annual Meeting the 1st Monday in March.) 



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MIDDLE TOWN. 

Hon, Asher Miller, esq. Mayor. 

Jl Mermen. 

Charm. Whittlesey, esq. I Neh. Hubbard, j'r. escl 
Lemuel Storrs, esq. | 

John Fiskj esq. City Clerk and Clerk of City Couil ' 

Asahel Loomis, Sheriff. 

Common 'Council Men. 

Messrs. Ebenezer Sage, Benjamin Williams, J I 

hosaphat Starr, Alexander Collins, John R. Watktl 

son, Eleazer Dunham, Vine Starr, Joseph Board rnal 

Elihu Cotton, jun. Isaac Bacon, Samuel Wetmc: 

Wiiham Cooper. 

(Annual Meeting the 3d Monday in January. 
— «»* z%> *»»— 

NORWICH. 

F/iisha Hyde, esq. Mayor. 

Alder men. 

■j-'homas; Fainting, esq. I Erastus Huntington, est 

Swiferm Thomas, e^q. j Benjamin Coit, esq. 

(Charles Lathrop, e;q. Clerk tfCity, and of Cit 

Court. 

John Hyde, esq. Treasurer. 

WiUiiiv, Gordon, 5 ohenft " 
(Annual Meeting the 3d Monday in April.) 



OFFICERS OF THE 

I CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

John R. Watrous, President, Colchester 

Mason F. Coggswell, V. President, Hartford 
1r. Timothy Hall, Treasurer, E.Hartiord 

Jr. John Barker, Secretary, New-Haven 

FELLOWS. 

County of Hartford* 
Drs. Mason F. Coggswell Hartford 

Timothy Hall East -Hartford 

John Bestor Symsbury 

Simeon Field Enfield 

J.H. Sparhawk, Clerk, Hartford 
Court ty of Nenv-Haro ax . 
Drs. Abraham Tomlinson Milford 

John Barker New-Haven 

Joseph Foot Noi th-Haven 

KH Ives New -Haven 

Thomas Goodsell do. 

Elias Shipman, jun. Clerk 
County of New- London.' 
Drs. Samuel Mather Lym e 

Avery Downer Preston 

Tho's Coit, jun. Clerk, New-London 
Samuel H. P. Lee do. 

John O. Miner Groton 

County of Litchfield. 
Drs, Jesse Carrington Colebrook 

Benjamin Welch Norfolk 

Warren R. Fowler Washington 

Elijah Lyman Torrington 

Samuel Bull, Clerk, Litchfield 
County of Fairfield. 
>rs. Eli Perry Brookneld 

Gideoa Shepherd Newtowa 



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Joseph Trowbridge Danbury 

Bennet Perry Newtown 

Gid. Beardsley, Clerk, Huntington 
County of Hind/iam* 

Drs. Thomas Hubbard Pom fret 

Joseph r*aimer , jun. Ashford 

Thomas Morse, Clerk, Woodstock 
Robert Grosvenor Killinglv 

Andrew Harris . Canterbury 

County of Middlesex. 

Drs. Richard Ely* jun. Say brook 

Smith Clark Haddam 

John Richmond Chatham - 

Samuel Carter, Clerk, Saybrook 
County of Tolland. 

Drs, Ruggles Carpenter Ellington 

Nathan Howard Coventry 

John S. Peters, Clerk, Hebron 



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EXAMINING COMMITTEES. 

County of Hartford. 
Drs. Timothy Hall East-Hartford 

Abner Moseley Wethersneid 

J, H. Spai hawk Hartford 

County of New-Haven. 
Drs. Joseph Foot North -Haven 

Eli Ives New -Haven 

Thomas Goodsell do. 

County of J\ew-Londo?i. 
D?s. John O. Miner Groton 

Tkomas Coit,jim. New-London 

Samuel H. P. Lee do. 

County of Fairfield. 
Drs. Gideon Shepherd Newtown 

Bennet Perry do. 

Joseph Trowbridge Danbury 



Cow 



lot 

to County of Windham* 

Drs. Darius Ilutchins " Pomfret 

Thomas Morse Woodstock 

Andrew Karris Canterbury 

County of Litchfield* 
Drs. Jesse Cfcrrington Colebrook 

Nathaniel Perry Woodbury 

Warren R. Fowler Washington 

County of Middlesex* 
Drs. Richard Ely Saybrook 

Smith Clark Haddam . 

John Richmond Chatham 

County of Tolland* 
Drs. John S. Peters Hebron 

Ruggles Carpenter Ellington 

John Howard Coventry 



Committee of Examination for the Degree of Doc- 
tor oj Medicine* 
Dr. John R. Watrcus Colchester 

Dr. Abram Tomlinson Miiford 

Dr. Samuel Mather Lyme 

Dr. Joseph Trowbridge Dan bury 
Dr. Thomas Hubbard Pom fret 

Test, JOHN BARKER, Secretary. 

SOCIETY OF FREE-MASONS. 
<g> 

Officers of Knight /"cm/da r's Encampment* 

. — _ ? Captain General 

James Baxter, 1st Captain. 

Henry Champion, 2d Captara# 

Eben^zer Perkins, Marshal. 

John R. Watrous, Secretary. 

Asa Bigclow, Treasurer. 

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Officers of the Grand Royal Arch Chafner 
Connecticut* 
M. E. John R. Watrous, g. h. p* 
K. David Baldwin, d. g. h. p. 

E. Andrew L. Hill, g. k. 1 15 

E. Samuel C. Blackman, g. s. \\ffi\ 

C. Henry Champion, g. t. 17 ^ l 

Rev. Ambrose Todd, g. c. 1 18ft)' 

C. Consider Sterry. g. m. 
C. Diah Manning, g, Tyler. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut] ^ 
M. VV. Stephen T. Hosmer, g. m. 23 

TL W. .David Daggett, d. g. m. ^ 

W. John R. Watrous, s. g. w. 
\\\ Solomon Cowles, j. g. w. 
Henry Champion, g. t. 

John Mix, g. s. 
John Hubbard, s. g. d. 
James Ward, j. g. d. 

Chapters of Royal Arch Masons* 
Hiram Chapter, Newtown* 
Solomon Chapter, Derby. 
Washington Chapter, Middletowa. 
Franklin Chapter, Norwich. 
Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchester. 
Franklia Chapter, New-Haven. 
Union Chapter, New-London. 
Lynch Chapter, Weston and Reading 
Trinity Chapter, Windham. 
Fidelity Chapter, Woodbury. 

JMasters Lodge* in Connecticut* * 



No. 1 Hiram ,New-HL von 

2 St. John's, Middletown 

3 St. John's, Bridgeport 

4 St. John's, Hirtford 
£ St. John's, Ncrwalk 



6 Union, Greenwich 

7 K. Solomon's, Woodbury! 

8 St John's, Stratford 

9 Compass, W llin^ford i 

10 Waster, Colchester 



Jl St. Paul's, Litchfield 

12 King Hiram, Deri?? 

13 Montgomery, Salisbury 

14 Frederick, Farn.ington 
35 Moriah, Canterbury 

16 Temple, Cheshire 

17 Federal, Watertown 

18 Hiram, Newtown 
19\Vashin;. v ton,HuntingtOiV 

20 Harmony, Berlin 

21 St. Peter's, N. Milford 

22 Hart's, Woodbridge 

23 St. James's, Preston 

24 Uriel, Tolland 

25 Columbia, Stepney 

26 Columbia, E. Had dam 

27 Rising Sun, Washington 

28 Mor. Star, E. Windsor 

29 Village, W. Symsbury 

30 DaySpriwg, Flamde 



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31 Union, New-Lcndon • 

32 Meridian Sua, Warren 
^SFricr.dshii^Scuthington 

4 Somerset, Norwich 

35 Aurora, Harwimon 

36 St. .Mark's, Grar.by 
Western Star, Norfolk 

oS St. Alban's, Guilford 

39 Ark, Weston 

40 Union, Danburv 

41 Federal, Brookfkld 

42 Harmon*', YVattrbury 

4 3 Trinity, KiHingworth 

44 £ Star, Leb. k Wind- 

45 Pythagoras, Lyme 

46 Putnam, Pnmtret 

47 Mor- ing Star, Oxford 

48 St Lukt r's, Kent 

49 Jerusalem, Ridge field 



MH&itia of Connecticut 

■' \*m «B> «*fc 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN TBEADWELL, Esq. 

Captain General and Commander in Chief. 
Col. Erastus Gay, 1 ,• , . , y 

Col. George Tread well, j Ji1th * CaW t u 
Hon. Roger Griswold, Esq Lieutenant General. 

> J ids de Cam fu 

Major General Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Adjutant 

General. 

Maj. Thomas M. Huntington, "> ,-, . „ . 

Moj. Henry Hudson, $ ^ ' 

Col. John Mix, esq* Quarter Master General. 



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THE GOVERNOUR'S GUARDS. 

At Hartford. 

Horse. Michael Olcott, Major Commandant 
Joshua P. Bumham, 1st Lieutenant 
James Fortune, 2d Lieutenant 
Normand Smith, Cornet 

Foot. Nathaniel Terry, Major Commandant 
James Goodwin, 1st Lieutenant 
Horace Wadsworih, 2d Lieutenant 
Isaac D. Bull, 3d Lieutenant 
Eliphalet Terry, jun. 4th Lieutenant 
Walter Mitchell, Ensign 

At ft ew- Haven. 
Horse. Elihu Munson, Major Commandant 

William A. Babcock, 1st Lieutenant 

Charles Austin, 2d Lieutenant 

Josiak B. Morse, Cornet 
Foot. Jeremiah At water, Major Commandant 

Luther Bradley, Lieutenant 

Henry Eld, Ensign 

FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Seventh Brigades. 
Solomon Cowles, esq* Major General. 
m- §"*« Co^es, ~> Jils d c 
lVlaj. Wilham L. Cowles, 3 i 

&I&ST BPIGJDE. 

Timothy Burr, esq. Brigadier General. 
Lebbi-us P. Tinker, Brija^de M^jor and Inspector, I 
J dines Loomis, Brigade Quarter Mi.s.er. 

First Reg't. Moses Tfyow, jun. lieut. col, cr-m't. u 

James BigeiAw, 1st maj ir. Luther Fitch, 2d major J 

Peter B. Gleason, Adjutant. Henry A. Rowland*] 

chaplain. Hams IIa^keli,quarttr-tnaster. Hoswelljj 



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Jartholomew, pay-master, Jonathan II. Sparhawki 
nrgeoii. Nathan Strong, j'r, surgeon 's-m;.te. 

Matron L'oii'/umy. William Chadvvick, captain. 
|Elisha Phe ps, 1st lieut. Alison G. Pheip*, 2<l lieuU 
CuJUiii/ta Lieutenants ±:nnigna 

Light Injantru. 
reemanCrookerJeremiah Brown Wm. Barnard 



Henry A. Warner 

John Bower 
Gro\t Ellsworth 
Horace be kit n 

Ah iel . 1 >. Gr i s w old 
Samuel Brown 
Fred 'k Newberry 



bokiii C. BuH Abel Peck 

(Job Loomis Guy Talcott 

Martin ElisworthSeth Dexter 

Jed. W. Mills M. Goodman, j'l 

jWiilianj Altord John Robin •-on 

Stephen Brown Martin Purr 

I Asahel Nearing 

fOeorge Cook Naih'l Goodwin J«;mcs Marsh 

18th Rf:gt. Noah A, PI .-tips, bent, col. command't. 
>amuel Clark. 1st major. Vacant, X<\ n, j» r. 
B. K. Wilcox, adjutant. Alien McLean. ch.-plain. 
flayues W oedbiid&ta quarter-master, jarnes iii-od- 
win> pay-master. Gideon Case, surgeon. Allen 
Watson, sur&con's-mate. 

Cafitains Lieutenant* EH&gfl* 

Light In far. nj. 
Ozia*Pettibcne,j'rlsa,'.c Phelps j'r 
Aa ron Post Enoch 1 ut tl e s 



Eben. H.-lcomb 
Arch. Kasson, j'r 



Jona.Pettihone.j'rMcses Case Philander Case 

Calvin Barber Moses Grimes Isaiah Fnsign 
Horace Phelps Reuben V\ inchel James Forward 
A. r\ HumphveysJated Mill*, j'r Amos Leet 
Asa rliejev DaVi Thomas, j'l Dan Vinirg 

Dudley M>lls Esra Adams* j'r Loin Humphreys 
Jesse P. HolcombJohn Viets Levi Grifihi 

Hez. Goodwin Erastus Pinney Jos. Goodwin,j'f 

19th Rkgt. Charles Jenks, lieu*, col. commandant. 
John Watson, j'r, 1st map Ezra Bramard, 2d inaj. 



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Eliphalet Killam, adjutant, Andrew Yates, chi 
lain. Anson Brewster, quarter-master. Stepherl 
.Goodwin, pay -master. Allen Hyde, surgeon. l| 
azer M l Cray, surgeon 's-m ate. 

Matron Company, Joseph Pitkin, capt. Natll 
Pitkin, 1st lieut. Amherst Reynolds, 2d lieut. G 
Olmsted, 3d lieut. 

Captains lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry, 
Dan'l Hayden, j'rEr istus Strong Alex'r King 
Nathan Cohoon Eiiph. Killam Eliphalet SmitlJ 



Jos. Goodwin, jl 
David Abbe 



Martin Stanley Ozias Pi kin 

A -hur Allen Eii Simoxuls 

Ephraioi Isham John T< lcott, j'r John Howard 

Austin Porter Elirha Hills Willi- m Gooda' 

Nath'l Warner GurdonEhsworthLeonard Duntoi 

Amos Buckland Samuel Peck, j'r Silas Drake, j'r 
Francis M'Lean John A. Hall Eliott Palmer 

Nathaniel Field J. W. Skinner William CuWerP 1 

Oliver Clark Elisha Morton ArtemasSpaldin 

Silas Hijls, j'r Robert M c Kee,j'rEktzer Holliste^ 






2?d Rest. Eiiakim Chapmon, lieut Col. comnVdtHlj 
Tubal Case, 1st major. David Law son, 2d major 

Elijah Smith, adjutant* Abial Abbot, chaplain 
Joseph G. Norton, quarter-master. Samuel Gi iggsl 
pay-master. Daniel Peck, surgeon. Judah Blissl! 
surgeon's- mate. 

Matrass Company . Ichabod Lathrop, captain. 
Captains 'Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Lnfanti~y* 
T. Carpenter Eli Converse Eleaz-Washburw 
Simon Chapman Elijah Smith Daniel Griggs 

Roger Strong Nathan Rose Joseph Dow 
Robert NeedhamSamuel Strong Eleazer W. Fisfc 
Ezra Chapman John Bliss Andrew Gager 

Daniel Reed Cephas Dunham Barthoh Potter 



ihen >hn Crawford 
Moan Porter 
|)avid Gay 
(afoibner-Diniock 

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S. Crawford, j'r Abner BaoVer 
Joseph Hose JosephTdc* it, jV 

David Hunt Sam'i K. Johnston 

Eli^ha Bradley Oliver Foot 



lstRKGT- Oliver L Phelps, lieut col. cottimMti 

"had Leavittjr. lstmaj. Amar Kibbe,jr. 1st maj. 

Godfrey Scarborough, adjutant. Nehemiah Prud- 

ien, chaplain. Roswell Parsons, quai i.er-mafcter« 

nitjjviiruim Mather, pay-master. John Woodjsurgeon. 
Jttvid Currier, surgeon's-mate- 

Cajitains Lieutenants EinigAs 

Light Infantry. 
Robert Morrison Eph'm P. Potter William Sexton 
rederick TaylorSamuel Norris Jona. Remington 



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eorge Loomis Christopher JonesSamuel Kent 
Samuel Pease Jabez Collins Jonah Griswoid 
Job Hurlbut Jacob Shepherd 

Gcdus Pease Jedidiah Hills 

Gaius Pease Luke Kibbe 

Philip Nelson Oliv. CHanchett 
Horace Kendall Simon Kendall j'r 
Viranus Stevens Israel Phelps 



er 'William Cook 
iinjElam Pea*e 
jJVashni Hall 

ohn Lewis 
(jtjjJohu Granger 

licah Griiiin 



First Regiment of Cavalry. 

William Thompson, lieut. col. commandant. 

Henry Watson, major. Timothy Allen, adjutant. 

IjShnbael Bartlett, chaplain. Paul Pom eroy, quarter- 

[ifiaster. Henry Kingsbury, pav-master. Jonathan 

W Hanchett, surgeon. William Cooley, surgeon's- 

mate. 



1st Company 
William Griswoid, capt 
Doadiah Loomis, 1st It. 
William Moore, 2d lieut. 
Cornelius Cad well, cor net 

2d Company 



Austin Phelps, 1st lieut". 
Fred k Phelps, ^d lieut. 
Erastus Hod well, cornet 

3d Cow/; any 
Jonathan Bartlett. captain 
j Epaph L Phelps 1st It, 



Oliver C. Phelps, captain I Joim Coiiius, 2d UeuU 



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Samuel Belcher, cornet 

4?'Ji Company 
Mason Dimock, captain 
Natu'l Gilmore, 1st lieut- 
Oli/ei-Hoit, Sdlieutr 
Elijah C Pearl, cornet 



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5 th Comfiany 
Joseph Abbot, captain 
D mi . k iBpell man ,1st iieul 
Nathan Pease, j'r. 2d iLierc 
Vacant, cornet 



SE VEA TH B R IGADE. 



Levi Lusk, esq. Brigadier General. 

Martin Kellogg, jun. Brigade Major and ■Inspectot 

Simeon Waterman, jun. Brig ade Quarter Muster 



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6UiRegt. Samuel Sellew, lieut. col commandant] 
1st major, absent. 2d major, absent. 
George Plummet*., adjutant. Prince Hawes, chapA^, 
lain. Phils Hale, quarter-master. Asa Sellew 
pay-master. Asaph Coleman, surgeon. 

Cafi tains JLieu tenants Ensigns 

Allen Smith John Loveland Levi Hatch 

Joseph Stillman Elisha Coleman James Butler 
James Sellew Asa Talcott 
Eleazer Goodrich Roger Warner Henry Whitmort' 
Mart Kellogg, j'r James Deming 

Thomas HoliisterGera Good ale Jared Strickland 
Selah Beckley Oliver Weldon Oliver Sage 

15m Regt- Daniel Tiliotson, lieut. col. command'fcf 
The d- Pettibone, 1st maj- Elijah Manross, 2d riitjJ 

Gad Stanley, adjutant* Noah Porter, chaplain. 
Timothy Cowles, quarter-master. Samuel Steel, 
pay-master. Titus Aterriman,surgeon. Elijah Flow-. 
er, mrgeon's-mate. 

Mutross Comfiany 

Lot Gaylord, captain. Azariah "Johnson, 1st lieut.'. 
John B. Hendi'ick, 2d lieut 

Light Infantry 

Martin Potter, captain. Harvy Smith, lieutenant*! 
Huna Hitchcock, ensign. 



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Grenadier Comjiany 
jjiSelah Forter, captain. Adna Crampton, lieu*. 
Timothy Cowles, ensign. 

Captains Lteutenants Emigns 

meroy Strong Sylva. Woodruff 
leth Cowles Jabez Langdon Nathan Williams 
Absent Oliver Stanley Seth Lewis 

Ji Lewis Philip Gaylotd John S. Mitchel 

fnson Matthews Zeb. Byington Ephraim Roper 
amuel Alford Ruins F. HawleyDan Deming 
f jii Cornwall Eidad B. JeromeJoel Barnes 
61 |rad Frisbie Abrah. PettiboneGiles Griswold 

J23d Regt. Elisha Cce, lieut. Col. commandant. 
%noch Huntington, 1st maj. Daniel White, 2d maj. 
Chauncey Whittlesey, jun. adjutant. Smith Miles, 
Chaplain. William Vandeursen, quarter-master. 
Ivilliam Lyman, pay-master. John Richmond, sur* 
;eon's-mate. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 

iVilliam Russell Samuel Bemont Nathan Wilcox 

eremiah Taylor CharlesChurchillThomas Stewart 

fjjrlarvy Tread way Charles Brewer Josiah Whitm6re 
|lfosiah Sage Abij?.h Savage Russel Mackay 

ich Tryon John Johnson William Wheeler 
A'illiam P.PeltonJoel Bartlet t Augustin Overton 

jDaniel Brooks Ozias Brainard Selden Gates 
jjfehabod Miller William Bivins Seth Birdsey 
jOliver Brainard Joseph Caswell David Crittenden 
24th Regt. Josiah Griffin, lieut. col. commands. 
[John Isham, jun. 1st major. Jonah Gates, 2d major. 
I Hei.ry Worthington, adjutant. William Lyman, 
chaplain. Elias W. Newton, quarter-master.' Ja's 
jEly, pay-master. 

Lieutenants Ensigns 

Sam'I Crowelj j'i Joseph Ackley 
Reuben BUsh 

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Cafitains 
Joseph Church 
Joshua Eulkley 



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D?tvius Bernard Wm. Palmer Phinenas Gates 

Aug'ttf Williams Dan'I R. Pratt John Watrtfus 

Jofiatbj Whipple Joshua Tinker Enoch Brown 

Diodate *uorh Hex. Loomis 

David G. Oils Jona. Beckwith Selden Hargey 

Ar. Worthiagton Asa Newton, jr. 

7 th Reginierd Cavalry. 
James Pin nib, 'lieut. col. commandant. 
Gad Cowles, major. L. Lawrence Lewis, adju- 
tant. Ezra Stiles Ely .chaplain. James Plumb, quar- 
termaster. Thomas Hubbard, pay-master. Henry 
Wad § w 01 'tii-, su pgeon . 



; Ut Cm . 
."David Serriing, captain 
William Bright, 1st iieut- 
George Bulldey, 2d lieut. 
George Palmer, cornet 

2-% Company * 
Jacob Wilcox, captain 
iiJisha . KirbyVlst lieut. 
Khsha We'i-iarc, 30 Lieut. 
Asa Board man, cornet j 

3d Co?? i/ui ft:/* 
Btepnen Barnes, cautain 
L*vS BarnM 1st lieut. 



arei 



:, '2d lieu 
i cornet 



Aih Company* 
Martin Cowles, captain 
T. H. Wadsworth, 1st It. 
O^en Woodruff, 2d lieut. 
Chauncey Hooker, cornet; 

'5 th Company. 
Abraham Crane, captain 
Sylvester Pulsiver, 1st it. 
Asapk Whittlesey, 2d. it. 
Simeon Bobbins, cornet 

6th Company. 
Joseph Buel, captain 
Nathaniel Bailev, l*t it. 
David Buel, 2d lieut. 
Eiisha Taylor, -cornet 



SECOND DIVISION., 

Or^iatim*' of the 2d and 4th Brigades, 
oscph VVglker 3 esq Maj- -r-Generai. 

\> Aid* dc Cu?h 2 



:r; V \ liuo'v^rd, eav ( . 'a:./ •-'■.• General. 

• M^j. and In*spe^c>br; 
: 7-- a- ser 11 .. ;}■■ s, Bi ig ter Slasteij 



2d. REGT. James; Menman, lieut. col. com'dt. 

Charles iiostwick, 1st major. Hczeknh fci&vve 

|2d. major. John Ii. Lynde, adjutant. Abraham AI 

Wling. chaplain. Roswed Lee, quarter master. Jare< 

Bradley, pay -master. -Eli Ives, surgeon. Bela For 

| man, surgeon 's-nrattt. 

Matross Company. 
SethP. Staple;., captain. David Kimberly, Is 
lieut. William Stanley, 2d. lieutenant. 

Cafitaina < Ueutenetqis Ifnstgns 

B. Bradley Zebu!) Bradley Henry Lines: 

EhshaHull Jesse Allen Lent Bishop 

Nathan Andrass Abraham FardeeAmos Morris 
Nathan Piatt Philemon £mith Enos Smith 
Nathan Marks Thomas BrcckettGiles Pierpont jr 
Seba Tharp Lyman Tuttle . Bishop 

Sam'l B. KingsleyS. Goodyear Ezra Bradley 
LeviGorham Benjamin Wood in Ed w. Kneeland 

7th regt. Joseph Hill, lieut. col. commandant 

Timothy Crane, 1st maj. Elisha Sill, 2d maj. 

George W. Jewett, adjutant. Aaron Hovey 

chaplain. Aniaziah Bray, quarter-master. Linu 

Parmele,jun. pay-master. Samuel Carter, surgeon 

Ezra S. Mather, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Win. Clark Asa Kirtiand, jr 

John Brainard Step. Dickinson Gideon Biggins 
Austin Olcott John Staunton George Bull 
Eli Denison Jabez South worth John Bull, jun. 

Timothy SpencerJames Walkly Jed. Chapman 3( 
Dan '1 Brainard 2dMoses W T ilcox Amos Smith 
Ishi Parmele Aaron Wilcox 

Joseph Shipman Abrah. Hubbard Zach. Clark 2d 
Samuel Hubbard Ebenezer Clark Jonathan Burr 
Bcla Clark Obadiah Piatt 

10th regt. Eliakim Hall, lieut. col. com'dt. 
Jesse Ford, 1st major. Amasa DooliUle, 2d maj . 



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John Butler, adjutant. James Noyes, chaplain 
Dan Farmele, Jan. quarter-master, Andrew Ha! 
pay-master. John Andrews, surgeon. Lyman No 
ton, surgeon *s-mate. 

Captains Lieutenant* 'Ensign* 

Light Infantry. 
A9a Doblittle Thomas Curtiss Samuel Teck 
MunsoaCook Samuel Beedle Caleb Thompso 

David M. Cook Win. Marks Ira Andrews 
Josiah Jewett Jesse Smith Ch. Robinsoa 

Reuben W. RoiceThaddeus Street 
Eliphaz Nettle ton Jesuse Atwell Ozias Camp 
Salomon K. Hall Edward Johnson Roswell CoWles 
Joseph Piatt Cooper Brook s_ 

2fth fe^G*. Phinehas Meigs,lieut. col. comMt. 
Silas Benton, 1st major. Abel Rosseter, 2d major. 
Abraham J. Chittenden, adjutant. Timothy P.I 
Gillet, chaplain, Abel Hoyt, quirter-master* ^ & -j| 
than Bush tie! 1, piy-master. David Marvin, surgeon. \\ 
Heman P- Brooks, Surgeon Vm ate. 

Captain* Lieutenants E7isigns 

Light Infantry. 
Ozias Wheden Jere. Parmele 






aver 



Thomas Burges John Hart 
Rufiis Palmer 

Charles Faulkner Abraham Coan 
John F. Meigs Ebenezer Judd 



Jesse Linsly 

John Foot 
Josiah Munger 



Augustus Russell 
Benj. Baldwin 
Malachi Cook 
William Hale 



Edward Elliot 

Benj. Bradly 
Curiis Wilcox 
Sam'l Harrison 
David Chittenden 
Dennis Talmage 
Abner Bishop 



old regt. John Davis, iieut. col. commandants 
Stephen A. Treat, 1st mij. rfanVl B. Gttnn,~2d maj. 

Benjamin Candee, adjutant. Caleb Fitkia r chap- 
lUia. John F. Wheeler, quarter- master. David 



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cy.janclee, pav-mastcr. Liberty Kimberly, surgeon. 
e lr Wphn Carrington, surjreon's-rl-mtc. 



^ M - 
V-J Captains 



ILnsipnn 



Lieutenants 
Light Infantry* 
^ jVilliam Fenn Joseph Piatt Michael Peck 

(Truman Sperry Luther Lines Phinehas Peck 

Nehe. Clark 



, ^arna. Woodcock 
*?')liver Clark John Benjamin 
Robert Gates David Jackson 
ra Smith David Lum 

Ifosi&h Nettle ton Josiah Swift 
fsaa c Beech N a th '1 Raid vt i n 

I IjPhilo Beecher Gideon Kites 
" '(Jesse Beecher Orange BosworthEden Johnson 



Isaac Thompson 
J din Lum 
David Johnson 
John Darling 
Anson Davis 



2d Regiment of Cavalry. 

Dan Linsly, lieutenant colonel commandant. 

Asa Piatt, major. George Hoadly, adjutant. Sam'l 

Merwin, chaplain. Isaac Benton, quarter-master. 

Liizurn BartholOmewJ pay-master. Joseph Foot, 

surgeon. Benj. W. Dwight, surgeon 's-niate. 



1st Company* 
Jon atha n }\ ose, 2d , c apt a i n 
Amos Bradley, 3d, 1st It 
•Vacant. 2d lieut. 
Thad. Harrison, cornet 

x,d Company* 
Samuel W. Pratt, captain 
Simon Smith, 1st lieut. 
Joel Kelsey, 2d lieu 



3d Company* 
Jared Cook, captain 
Chauncey Hall, 1st lieut. 
Riliious Cook, 2d lieut. 
Ira Yale , cornet 

Ath Company, 
Jonah Treat, captain 
j Oliver Clark, 1st lieut- 
I J. A. Wondnfe^ 2d Deut. 



Bamuel Warner, cornet j Jonah New ion, cornet 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 
Burr Gilbert, esq. '.Bri'^dicr (General. ' ■ * 
John Meeker, Br^k: L*£j:r ar« :;• Inspector.- 

4th Regt. Asahe] SaTvhori, leut. cc I. commandant. 

Albert Lockwood, kA<iuv;> J«£ifoko«n Buri\"2d msi, 

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Robe 



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Lemuel Ilawley, jun. adjutant. Aaron Sanfo 
jun. quarter-master. Isaac Thorp, pay-mast 
Henry Read, sergeant-major. Curtis B. Marv 
quarter-master-sergeant. Samuel Beers, drusn»rc 
jor. Robert Downs, fife-major, . 
Matrass Com/iany 

Gurdon Bartram, captain. Ezra Gilbert, 1st 
Peter Nichols, 2d lieut- 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Sam^l Wakeman Joseph Sturges Robert Knap 
Sturges Thorp David Sturges David Osborn 
Isaac Bennet Jona. W*HanfordSimon Couch 
John Staples Ab'm D. BaldwinDaniel Gould 
Joseph Darling Comfort Starr I P 

David B. Godfrey Silliman Godfre; 

Hull Fanton Peter Bradley Oliver C.Sanforl 

Jonathan R. Reed Jonathan Hill Walter Whitlocl 
'Walker SherwoodCyrus Silliman Benj. Beardsley 

■ 9th.REGT. Samuel Dean, lieut. col. commandant fo 
Eb* Mead, jun. 1st maj. Joseph Lock wood, 2d rnaj. 

Nathan H. Read, Adjutant. Amzi Lewis, chap-H' 
fain. Samuel Keeler, quarter-master. Ezra Sco- 
field, pay-master. Samuel Webb, surgeon. John 
Augur, surgeon'srmate. William Keeler, sergeant- 
major. Rufus Webb, quarter-master -sergeant. 
Ca/itains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
William Smith Daniel Lockwood 
Gideon Holmes — — » Peck 

Benjamin Perine Robert Scofield Smith Weed 

Alexander Henry Eiias Peck 
William King Bates Hoyt Peter Smith 

Thomas Jessup Horton Reynolds David Hobby 
Mon'th Wilson William LeonardTheophBrandage 
Nathan Ingersoll John Dibble Gabriel Hubbard 

Seth Mead 

Elijah Weed 



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&n&| 28th Rf.gt. Matthias Nicoil, Iieut. col. comraan'dt. 
Eph. 1, VVilcoxor., 1st maj. Ja's Beardslec. 2d maj. 

Robert South worth, adjutant. Ashbel Baldwin, 
chaplain. Joseph P. Shelton, quarter-master. Rich- 
ard P. Nichols, pay-master. Nathan Tisdale, sur- 
geon. Gideon Beardslee, surgeon's-mate 
Matrons Company 

Aaron Hawley, captain. Philip Walker, litt lieut. 
Vacant, 2d lieut. 

Cufitains IJnitcnants Ensigns 

William Walker Ransom B«aofy Nathan Black man 
Daniel Burritt Ethan Sherwood Joseph l\ Shelton 
Philo Lewis Nat. L- Wheeler 

William Hawley Eben. Wheeler Ezra De Forest 
Lewis Faivchild Robert Mallett Daniel Edwards 
Geo. L. ShermanLeni'l M'Ewen Eli L. Hawley 
David B. Hubbard John Nichols Jonathan Nichols 

34th Regt. Buckingham Lock wood, It. col. com't. 
Joseph Chapman, 1st maj. Enoch St John, 2d maj. 

William Hawley, adjutant. William Bunney.chap- 
lian. Frederick St John, quarter-master. Daniel 
Boughton, surgeon. Warren Percival, surgeon's- 

mate. King, sergeant-major. 

Artillery Cant any. 

Dan Taylor, captain. Aaron Hovey, 1st lieut. 
Daniel Taylor, 2d lieut. 

Grenadier Companies 

1st Com.— Daniel Lee, captain. Ebenezer Hoyt, 
lient. Ebenezer Smith, ensign. 

2d com. — Nehcm. Lockwood, captain. Ebenezer 
Benedict, lieut. Kezekiah St. John, ensign. 

Captains Lieutenants linsigns 

John Bolt 

Jesse S. Bradley S. B. Gi ummon Philip Northrop 
Jonathan Riggs Aaron G. Hoyt tyloses Bitfbee 
William Belden Erastus Stmrges William .Dudley 
Martin Hanford Jacob Sellick . Abijah Comstock 
Sellick Scelye Sam'i B. Warner 



John Gray 
Thomas Ruse© 



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Jabez Adams 
John Dunning 



Hezekiah JelifF 



Fourth Regiment of CcToalry 
"Enoch Foot, lieutenant- colonel-corn taandant. 
Abel Hall, major. Simon Backus, adjutant. Hen I 
ry WhiUock, chaplain. Hezekiah Ripley, quarter 
master. Richard Hyde, pay-master. William B'j 
Nash, surgeon. Philo Hall, surgeon's-mate. Mos:I 
K. Botstbrd , ser geant-maj or. 



1st Company 

Silas C. Beardsley, capt. 

Cyrus Lewis, 1st lieut. 

'Vacant 2d do. 
Joseph Wheeler, cornet 

2d Com fi any 

Daniel Turrell, captain 

Aaron Bough ton. 1st lieut. 

Meiar cton Hoyt, 2d I>ieut. 

Vacant, cornet 



3d Company 
Jame's Winton, jun. captj 
Aaron Hall, 1st lieut. 
J, W. Gorham, 2d lieut.1 
Isaac Sanford, cornet 

4th Company ; I 
Isaac Quintard, captain 
Amos Hustead, 1st lieut, 
John Broom, 2d lieut. 
Amos Skelding, cornet 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 

Zacb ariah , Huntington, esq. Major-General. 

Charles P. Huntington,^ ^ de Cam ^ 



THIRD B BIG ABE. 

William WiHiams, esq. Brigadier General. 

William Williams, jun Brigade Major and Inspector. 

William F. Brainard, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

3d Regt. Jirah Ii<ham, lient. col. commir.dnnt. 
Joshua -Avery, 1st rriaj. Wm* Moore, 4 th, 2d ftifiji 

John H. Frink, adjutant. Charles Sealery, chap- 
lain. Jonathan Starr, quarter-master. Henry Per- 
kins, pay»master, Nathaniel Dwijfit, -surgeon, Drn- 
iel Thatcher, surgeon's-^ ate.. to 



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.Independent Company, — John W. Green, captain, 
Benry Douglas, 1st lieut. John French, 2d,. 2d It. 

Light I;i/Uulry.-~Sohh Forsyth, captain. Samuel 
Thompson, lieut. Washington Fox, ensign. 
Captains Lieutenants Lntigns 

. '^dowickFosdickFrancis Si*tare Dan'l Huntington 
J' liflbhn Mason Increase Wilson William Brooks 

Ifohn Raymond Enos West David "Whaley 

[Daniel Howard James Powers Daniel Steward 
^H John A, L-itimer Amos Crocker 

^William Reeney William SUbbir.sLcm'lG.Ciockef 
Giles Turner Calvin Bolles Abel Smith 
UoelLoomis John S- Miilcr Ezra Keeney 

8th Regt. William Caggswell, lieut goL comnVt. 
I Win. Belcher, 1st rnaj. Elisha Avery, 2d msj. 

Daniel M . Lester, adjuta nt. Lemuel Tylerxhap- 
iUin, E'.islla T. Abel, quirter-master. Thomas 
Avery, pay-m'aster. Bishop Tyler, surgeon Chr. 
S« Avery, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Rmigns 

Wm.'W. Avery Ad in Cook Samuel KHlam 

Nrch'. S. Lester Noyes Barber John Barber, j'r 
AUyn Williams Silas ]Niles Amos Morgan 

Alex'r Stewart Dan J l Hutchinson Thomas Steward 
Daniel Morgan Joseph Stanton Joseph Tyler 
Jesse Williams Syh'esterRXlafkJonatqan Wheeler 
Kneas Morgan Stepn . Ri 1 i i n gs ,2d Era stus W llliauas 
John Morgan, j'r Elisha- Smith Jonas Aver 
Aimos Geer, j'r Samuel Wooc} James Geer 

'20th ITegt. Nath'l Hdwiand, lieut, col. com man d't. 
GeraVd Carpenter, 1st maj. Freeman Tracy^dmaj. 

'Chades Thomas, adjutant. Joseph Strong, chap- 
*lain. Jatnes Stedman, quarter-master. George I*. 
Perkins, paymaster. George Turner, surgeon. Al* 
bert Tracy, surgeon's^-mate. 

Matrons Company 

James Gordon, captain. Barrel! Wood worthy 1st 
lieut, Roswell Morgan, 2d lieut. 



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. .. Grenadier Company 

' Stephen B. Allen, captain. Charles French, li 
. Samuel Story, ensign. 

Light Infantry 
t Augustas Lathrop, captain. Joseph Williams, 
lieut. Benjamin Adams, ensign. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

AmosBennet Joshua Mapl«- | 
Joshua Tracy Ebenezer Peck 
Roswell Adams Jediriiah Baker Joshua Leeds 
Smith Adams Paul Harvey Wm. P. Capr 
Eben'r Hough Elijah Abel E. Huntington 

Thomas Dow Alvan Abel A fibrose Peck 

Ltfther Edgerton Joseph Williams Erastus Goit 
John Peck Abijah Perkins Charles Perki 

SOthREGT. Isaac Williams, 2d, lieut. col.com! 
John Baldwin, 1st rnaj. Wm. Randall, 2d luajl 
Cyrns Williams, adjutant. Vacant, chaplain. II 
tham Hull, quarter-master, Giles R.Hallam, ps| 
master. William Lord, surgeon* John Billinf 
surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Elijah Darrow Jonathan W r ard Moses Pendletd 
Daniel Baldwin Asa Swan Stephen Frink I 

Jared Wilcox Ichabod Brown Jesse Breed 
Ka than W heelerlsaac Williams3dLathropWTiliail 
Randall Brown Phineas WheelerSam'l Kempste; 
Nathan PendletonChristo. Brown Jairus Palmer 
I>aniel Miner Amos Holmes Phjneas Wheel j 
Stephen Brewster William Potter Arch. Merritt 

33d Regt. William Sterling, lieut. col. command 1 
Asa Comstock, 1st maj. Marsh Ely, 2d maj, 
Samuel B. Mather, adjutant. Lathrop Rockwell 
chaplain. Erastus Sterling, quarter-master. Hon 
ris Ely, pay-master. John L. Smith, surgeon. Mil 
ther Marvin, surgeons-mate. 



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Afdtrots Comfiany 
/illiam H. Johnson, captain. Richard H. Ely, 
lieut. Thomas Anderson, 2d lieut. 

ZJgkt Infantry 
Thomas Sill, captain. Erastus Sterling, lieuten't. 
:ephen Sterling, ensign* 

Captain* Lieutenants Ensigns 

harles Smith Nathaniel CiarkeWm. M. Smith 
»hn M. Lee Elkenah Huntley JosiahMan waring 
>seph E- Ely Peter Lord AndrewBcckwith 

•liver ComstockJohuBrock\vay,3d 
Idward Moore Mather Rogers Gid. Waterhouse 
IRaun. Beck with Zach.HuogerfordCaivin Comstock 



Third Regiment of Cavalry 
fflail Jehiel Johnson, lieutenant-eolonel-comntiandant. * 
Daniel Grant, major. William Smith, adjutant. 
pjjjoiuithan Murdock, chaplain. Nehemiah H. Fitch, 
uarter-master. Amos Hull, pay -master. John 
niith, surgeon. 



1st Comfiany 
(William Crocker,captain 
t [Cyrus Pnnderson, 1st It. 
Samuel Gager, 2d lieut. 
Vacant cornet 
2d Comfiany 
Nathan Niles, captain 
Nicholas Chester, 1st It. 
Thomas Allea, 2d It 
Charles Crary, cornet 



3d Comfiany 
Jared Baker, jun. captain 
John Leech- jun. 1st lieut. 
Nathan Frink, 2d lieut. 
John Brown, cornet 

4th Company 
Rosea Wheeler, j'r. capt, 
Elisha Williams,j'r. 1st lt# 
Ehas Holmes, 2d heut. 
Stephen L. Avery, cornet 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Jecledjah Johnson, esq Brigadier General. 

John Fitch, Brigade M jor and Inspector. ' 

Andrew T. Judson, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

5th reg't. John Salter, lieut. col. conVdt. 
fcoval Starrs, 1st major. Jason Woodward, 23 maj. 
Roger South worth, adjutant. Closes C. Welch, 



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chaplain. Edward Howe, quarter-master. Erasti 
Willcox, pay-master. Eaii Swiitj surgeon. Joi-,(f^ 
R. Homes, surgeon 's-xnate« 

A fa tr oss Com f any* 
Ebenezer Huntington, captain* Gurdon Hebban 
1st lieut* Andrew Baker, 2d lieut. 

CcfUains Lieutenants Mnhigns 

Grenadie r Co mfi any . 
A sakel HamrnowJElisha G row Ruins Moulton 

Light Infantry CGmfiarny. 
Seth Dunham Joel C. Johnson Luther Topliff W 

ilia 

David Young Sumner Babcock Charles Palmer |to 
Roswcll Eaton George Swift Ellas Robinson 
Ephraim PalmerRalph Manning; William CaryJrJ 
Samuel Sumner Ebenezer Byles Enoch Pond m$ 
Philip Pearl, jun. Royal Duvkee 

Ambrose HilliardRoderick Rose Elisha Brigharn 
Amos Chaffee Alfred Clark Dyer Carpenter ("ft 
John Preston ShubaelChapman 

11th reg't. David Holmes, lieut. col. eommand't. 
Saniord Holmes, lstroaj. Samuel Allen, 2d maj. 
John Mason, adjutant. William Graves, chap- 
lin. Nathaniel M v Clellan, quarter-master. Jesse 
N. Boles, pay-master. Darius Hutchins, surgeon. 
James Webb, surgeon 's-mate. 

Matross Co?r?/2any* 
Samuel Sabin, captain. Noah Sabin, 1st lieut. 
Vacant, 2d lieut. 

Captains Untenants linsigns 

Grenadier Comfiany. 
Joseph KkigsbuvyJohn A. Gleason VVillard Sharp 

Light Infantry. 
Josiah Cunmins Pan. Whittemore James Bates 

Zeph. Williams David Rrayton Thomas Collier 
Jonathan Lyon Jacob Lyon Luther Tucker 

Nathan Fuller Jbftu Kiiley Simon Copp 



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'asti pavid Chase Sirah Morah George Pray 
Jot Aaron Child Jonathan May Eliakim May 
Theodore DwightJona. Nichols, jr. Alpheus Corbin 
William Osgood Elijah Griggs John Osgood 
)ard Darius Starr John Joslin John Bates 

Thomas Corbin Marvin Clark Hadloch Perrin 

12th regt. Elisha Buell, lieut. col. commandant, 
jZabdiel Hyde, 1st. maj. Cornelius Shepard,2d maj. 
Eliphalet Huntington, adjutant. Amos Basset, 
chaplain. Erastus Fuller, quarter-master. James 
Mason, pay-master. John S. Peters, surgeon. John 
Paine, surgeon 's-mate. 

Matross Company* 
Abijfth Root, captain. Samuel Wright, 1st lieut. 
Alvin Lyman, 2d lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Thomas Badcock Oliver Paine James CJark, jr. 

Grenadier Company \ 
Asahel Kingsley Oliver Kingsley Asahel Dewey 

Jos. T. BurnhamReuben Mann Abel Root 
}.| Amherst Scovel Samuel West Ira Holbrook 
e|| John Thomas Erastus Wattles Wrra. Randall 
John Curtiss Norton Waters Oramel Bigelow 
Elisha Sprague Seba Loomis John Townsend 
Ezfekiel A. Post Jona. Trumbull E. Hutchinson 
Anson Gillet Richard Crouch Jesse Kellog 
Cyrus Williams Charles Abel 



21stREG'T. Daniel Wheeler, lieut. col. commandW 
Joshua Adams, 1st maj. George W. Gordon, 2d maj« 

William Kinne,adjutant. Erastus Learned, chap- 
lain. Adams, quarter-master. Isaac Knight, 

jun. pay-master. Jared Fuller, surgeon. Harvey- 
Robinson, surgeons-mate. 

Matrons Company 

Eleazer Mather, captain. Hcm-y T. Franklin, 1st 



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lieut. Joel E. Searls, 2d lieut. Stephen Tyler, 3d 
lieut. David Blanehard, 4th lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Joseph Simms John Dixon R. Ensworth 

Grenadier Company. 
Geo. Middleton Ehen'r Eaton Artemas Baker 



L. Woodward 
Steph. Farnham 
Benj. PearCe 
Isaac Gallup 
Nathan Burgiss 
Samuel Henry- 
Daniel Hunt 
Jona. Hilliard 
Wm, Ingrahani 



Anson Johnson 
Sylv. Adams 
J. Scarborough 
Daniel Keigwin 
Waldo Johnson 
Arunah Butts 
John Cole 
Sterry Kinne 
Cyrus Day 



Elisha Jones 
Solomon Paine 
Peter Davison 
Moses Wylie 
J. H. Wheeler 
Wm. Hebbard 
Joseph Hill 
Miner Rohbins 
Simon liutchins 



Fifth Regiment ofCavelry 

Simon House, lieut. col. commandant. 

Stephen F. Palmer, major. Amasa Lyon, adju 

tant. George Leonard, chaplain. Isaac Koxeyy 

quarter-master. Abel Gay, pay-master. Amasa 

Carroll, surgeon. Nathaniel Howes,surgeon's-iiaate. 



1st Company 
Ephraim Parker, captain 
Sam'l Bicknall, 1st lieut. 
Levi Work, 2d lieut. 
Washington Swift, cornet 

2d Company 
Dixon Hall, captain 
Peirce Smith, 1st lieut. 
Timothy Baldwin, 2d It. 
Bele P% Spaulding, cornet 



\d Company 
Timo. Hinckley, captain 
Elca. Sweetland,lst lieut. 
Roger Bailey, 2d lieut. 
Andrew Wells, cornet 

4th Company 
Chester Cady, captain 
John Austin, 1st lieut. 
Charles Smith, 2d lieut* 
fee. Matthewson, cornet 



FOURTH DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 6th and 8th Brigades. 
Augustine Taylor, esq. Major-General. 

I Aids-dc-CampA 



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SIXTH BRIGADE. 

David Thompson, esq. Brigadier-General. 
Aaron Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

14th rfg't, Elisha Sterling, lieut. col. comd'nt. 
Roswell Humphrey, 1st maj. Jesse Smith, 2d maj. 
Nathaniel Robbins, adjutant, Pitkin Cowies, chap- 
lain. Ezekiel Wilcox, -quarter-master- Leney M'- 
Kean, pay-master. Benjamin Welch, surgeon. Ovid 
Plumb, sursreon's-mate. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
John A. Dutcher John Fefiows Ira Hall 

John Bissell David Land on 

Seth Rockwell Miles Tobey John Rockwell 

Alex'r Lamb Wm. Morgan Jona. Belden 

Robert Holcomb Luther Buckley James Sheldon 

Ashbel L?ndon Parley Hubbard Edmond Brown 

Aaron Case Noah Minor Elijah Benedict 

Bushnell Knapp Augus. Phelps Arunah Deming 

Amos Hunt Isaac Green 

H. Vanduzen Henry Gains Amasa Coles, jv* 
Benj. Bigelow Joseph Battle 

17th re gt. James Marsh, 2d lieut. col. cora'dt, 
Cyprian Webster, jr. 1st maj, Aaron Smith, 2d maj. 
Russell Abernethy, adjutant. Joseph E. Cam]?, - 
chaplain. Briant Stodert, quarter-master. Frede- 
rick Deming, pay-master. Abel Catlin, 2d. sure eon. 
Samuel Buel, 2d. surgeon's-mate. 

Caf Mains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Li glit Infantry 
Tho. Trowbridge Jonathan Buel Daniel Garrit 

Herman Stone Seth Landon, jr. William Eeebe 
Charles Baldwin Miles Norton Charles Buel 
Roswell Hi nsdaleOlmstead Catlin R. Bartholomew 
Levi Munsill Elisha Lcomis Noah Drake, jr. 



124 

Morris Woodruff John Mansfield 
J. A- Perkins Ph. M. Nobles 
Wm. Battell Seth Trcadwell 
Tho. F. Gross Benj. Griswold 
Horace Catlin James Gilbert 



David May 
Edta. Baldwin 
Jere. Spencer 
Daniel Hall 
Reuben Smith 



Geo-" 
Mar) 
Davi' 



25th heg't. Eii Wilder, . lieut. col. commandant. 

Loyd Andrus, 1st maj. Martin Driggs, ^d maj. 

Mo3es Hayden, adjutant. Wareham Williams) 

quarter-master. James Beach, chaplain. Thomas 

G. Brinsmade, surgeon. Amos Beadier, surgeon's 

mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Emigns . 

Light Infantry 
Abiel Loomis Daniel Ev«o Abijah North waj 

Grenadier Com/iany. 
Michael Kellogg Jasper Bid well Alvin Humphry 



Li 



James Henderson Zebulon Curtis 
Jabin Clark Aaron Coe 

Leonard Hurlbut Daniel Phelps 



Zopher Case 
Nath'l Hayden 
Timo. Babcock 
Jacob Seymour 
Daniel Wilcox 



Aaron Hart 
R. Moore 
Joseph Tain tor 



He man Watson 
Reuben Bern on. 
Wm. Bunnell 
Gideon Mills 
Isr'l Williams, jr. 
Samuel Austin 



Abr; 

Sam 



Samuel Hoadley Elizur Hinsdale 
Levi Hart George Adams 



35th rrg't. Birdsey Norton, lieut. col. com'dt. 
John Dickenson, 1st maj. Samuel Everitt 2d maj, 
Levi M. Norton, adjutant. Daniel Parker, chap- 
Iain. David Wadhams, quarter-master. Henry 
Canfield, pay-master. Samuel Gager, surgeon. 
Cajitrains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
J©hnH. Pcirce Josiah Hopkins Nathan Hart 
Jena. Wadliams Z acte. Spender Augustus Hills 

Art * fiery Co mji any, 
AJbrter Burn-ham. 



Captains 
Etnrl Hills 
•sam'l Hopkins 
George Kin 5 
Mark Hopkins 
David Gould 



125 

Lieutenants 
Calvin Collins 



Benj. Lerey 
John Hamilton 
Orien Pardee 
Asa Skiff 
Luther Harrison Joel Wright 



F.7is?gns 
The run Beach 

Benj. Holiister 
Abuer Henman 
Isaac Lyman 
Benoni Peck 
Reuben Wilcox 



Sixth Regiment of Cavalry* 
Russell Hunt, lieutenant-colonel commandant. 
Thaddeus Griswold, major. Samuel Phillips, ad- 
utant. Asahel Hooker, chaplain. Halsey Phillips, 
jay-master. Joseph Wilcox, quarter-master. Jesse 
Harrington, surgeon. Joshua Cornwall, surgeon's- 
iiiate. * 



1st Company 
Abraham Burk, captain 
Samuel Hyde, lstlieut. 
fosiah Laureuce, 2d lieut, 
Thomas Dewey, cornet 

2d Comjiany 
Samuel Foot, captain 
Seth Baldwin, 1st lieut. 
form Gillet, 2d lieut. 
Vacant, cornet 



od Company 
Grind Spencer, captain 
Isaac Merrill, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Phillips, 2d lieut. 
Theodore Ensign, cornet 

4th Company 
Eli Candy, captain 
Samuel Bradley, 1st lieut. 
Steph, P. Hand, 2d lieut. 
Moss, cornet 



EIGHTH BRIGJBE. 

Ephraim Hinman, esq. Brigadier-General. 

Lucius Smith, Brigade'iVhjor and Inspector. 

Henry Brown, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

15th reg't. Truman Hinmnn, lieut. col. comnVdt. 

F.nos Warner, 1st maj. David Bird, 2d mrjor. 

Nathaniel Lair. son, adjutant. Noah Benedict, 
chaplain. David Hnrd, quarter-master. Sheldon 
C. Leavittj pay-master, Anthony 3:urriU 5 airmen. 

La 



Cafitahis 



Lieutenants 
Light Infantry 



Ensign* 



Judson Hurd David Downs 

Abijah S. Hatch John N. ShermanN. Bacon, 2d 



Eliji ShermanJ'rPeter F. Peck 
Eli Hail Jafjhet Curtiss 

"Is a I! i m Burton, j ? vl), P. Sherman 
David Welles Eli Booth 
Wm. French Reuben Ward 



Piiineas Crar: 



Nathan Preston '' 
losiah Barnitt 

Seymour Knapp - ' 
Lyman Painter ', 
Amos Treat 



John C. Hail 

1 6th- .res't. Russell W 



Wra- Kasson 

Clark Beardslee Gilb. Twitchell 



it. col. cornnVdt. 



-Eph. Mi White ,1st map Timothy Shepherded may 
Henry Whiting, adjutant. Daniel Burhans, chap- 
lain. Ezra P. Benedict, ^ quarter-master. Dauj 
Hawley, pay-master. Benj. Curtiss, surgeon. Vm 
cant, surgeon's- mate. 

Matrons Comfiany* 
EpaphrasW. Bull,. captain. Gilead Ambler, 1st 
lieu t . Robe r t G re go r v , 2d lie u t . 

CajUains Lieutenants Ensigns ■ 

Light Infantry 
Gould. St. John Arnold Foot . " John Hull 



Zach. Griswold Horace Bull 
Henry Glover I. Tomlinson 
Eli Starr .Arch- Benedict 

Tiios. Bottsford Daniel C. Peck 
Eli Baldwin 
Wm. Howe 

N. S. Barnam N. T, Terrv 
Wm. Mechcr Charles Jones 
Eben'r Grimn David Piatt 



Sara'l P. Clark . 
Ab. A. Nettleton 
Levi Starr 
Austin Booth 

Timo. Weed 
Peter Barn am 

Elijah Starr 
John Johnson 



26th reg't. Micah Blakeslec, liout. col. comm'dt. 
Garret Smith, 1st major. Isaac Upson, 2d maj. j 
Miles Dunbar ; adjutant. Russell Wheeler, chap- 



lain, Isaiah Dcblitile, pay-master. Hector Smith > 
quarter-master.* John Potter, turgeon. Anson Tut- 
Itie, surgeon's-piate. 

Cahtains IJeutenants Lmigns 

Light L {/ <>v try 
[Lemuel Porter Thomas Wilton" James Brown 
IJPanitl Mills Allyn Bunnel A polios Warner 

Cyrus Clark Silas Grisley Ansel Porter 

ijoseph WodflruffEli Uearclslee Samuel Hickox 

David Royce Seidt n She ton Roderic Stanley 

Landon LovemaiiTimo. Uicluirds Benj. BeForest 

|$dsse AIcox Samuel Horton 

'JDaniel Eehs Ira Hotchkiss WyliyoTerrel 

Harvey Upson Luther Hotchkiss 

Silas Porter Heze. C. Peck 



29th reg't. William Gogswell, lieut. col. comm'dt. 
Timothy Mitchell, 1st maj. BeebeHine, 2d maj, 
Daniel B. Brinsmade, adjutant. Samuel Whittle- 
sey, chaplain. Oliver Warner, quarter-master. 
Walter Booth, rjay-master. Ebenezer Smith, sur- 
geon- Heman Curtiss^surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Lnsigns 

Light Infantry. 

PhilQ Mills Z-AchariaH Skiff Zach. Wincgar 



Win. Conn-' 
Jesse St. John Hopson Pratt 
Wm. Ford Curtis Titus 

James M'Mahon Elihn Marsh 
Sam'l Gilbert Daniel Carter 
Elijah Meeker Neble Day 
Levi Hubbell J on a. Gi doings 
Rich'd Randall Andrew Sanford 



Eli Baldwin 
Micah Spooner 
Matthew Logan 
Ezra Noble 
Jesse Palmer 
Homer Walter 
Abel W. Stewart 
Nalh'l Randall 



[Ac? return of Eighth Regiment of Cavalry. ,] 



128 

Military Resignations of Field Officers. 
October Session, 1309. 

Joshua Avery, Major, 3d Regiment 

Oliver L. Phelps, Lieutenant-Colonel, 31st do, 

Elisha Coe, Lieutenant-Colonel 23d do, 

Asahel Salmon, Lieutenant-Colonel, 4th do. 

Joshua Adams, Major t 23d, do. 

Loyd Andrus, Major, 25th do. 

Timothy Burr, Brigadier-General,lst Brigade 

Cyprian Webster, Major 17th Regiment 

MILITAR Y APP OIA TMEA TS, 
October Session, 1809. 

Thaddeus Leavett, jun. Lieutenant-Colonel, Slst 

Regiment 
Elam Pease, Major, 31st Regiment 
Albert Lockwood, Lieutenant-Colonel, 4th Regiment 
John Meeker, Major, 4th Regiment 
John H. Frink, Major, 3d Regiment 
Enoch Huntington, Lieutenant-Colonel, 23d Reg't 



Go- 



no 



VI 



Robei 



u 

Ric 



Josiah Sage, Major, 23d Regiment '*' 



Jonathan HiMard, Major 23d do. 
Calvin Barber, Major, 18th Regiment 
Charles Jenks, Brigadier-General, 1st Brigade 
John Watson, jun. Lieutenant-Colonel, 19th Regiment 

Receivers of Public Money for the sale of Land* 
belonging to the lifted States* 
James Findley, at Cincinnati 
Elijah Backus, at Kaskaskias 
Zaccheus Bings, at Steubenx ille 
Samuel Findley, at Chillicothe 
Frederick Bates, at Detroit 
Harry Toulman, at Fort Stoddert 
Benjamin Tupper, at Marietta 
Thomas Van Sweai it-gen, at Zanesville 



120 
Government of the United States. 

JAMES MADISON, 

PRKS1DKNT OF THE UNITED STATES* 

Salary, $25,000 per annum. 

GEORGE CLINTON, 

Vice President, and President of the Senate 
Salary, §5,000 per annum 

.Department of State. 
lobert Smith, of Maryland, Secretary 
Pa' ent Office 
[William Thornton, Superintend ant 

Department of the Treasury 
Albert Gallatin, of Pennsylvania, Secretary 
Gabriel Duval, of Maryland, Comptroller 
Richard Harrison, of Virginia, Auditor 
Thomas T. Tucker, of South-Carolina, Treasurer 
Joseph Nom-se, of Virginia, Register 
Robert Patterson, Director of the Mint 
[Edward Jones, Daniel Sheldon, Chief Clerks 

War Department 
William Eustis, of Massachusetts, Secretary 
William Simmor.ris. Accountant 
Tench Coxe,of Pennsylvania, Purveyor of Pub-lick 
Supplies 

A a vy D eft a rtptn t 
Paul Hamilton, of South-Carolina, Secretary 
Thomas Turner, Accountant 
Joseph Fox, Chief Builder and Constructor 
Charles W. Goldsborough, Chief Clerk 
Pos t- Offic e Es tahlish m mil 
Gideon Granger, Post-Master Genera] 
Abraham Bradley, Assistant Post-Master-General 



13§ 
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

SUPREME COURT. 

John Marshal, t)i Virginia, Chief Jastice. 
William Cashing, of Massachusetts," 
Samuel Chase, of Maryland, 
Bush rod Washington, of Virginia, 
William Johnson, of South-Carolina, 
Brockholst Livingston, of New-York, 
Thorn os Todd, of Kentucky, 

Cxsar A. Rodney, of Delaware, Attorney -Genera j 
Elias B. Caldwell, of Washington, Clerk 



Associate 
Justices, 



Rdbcr 



Ceph 



W 



DISTRICT OFFICERS 

District of Maine. 
David Sewell, Judge 
Silas Lee, Attorney 
Thomas G. Thornten, Marshal 
Henry Sewell, Clerk \ I J 

District cf New-Hamfishirr j, 

John S. Sherburne, Judge p 

Daniel Humphreys, Attorney 

Michael M'Clary, Marshal ! 

Jonathan Steel, Clerk j. 

District of Massachusetts, 
John Davis, Judge 
George Blake, Attorney 
James Prince, Marshal 
Nathan Gooclale, Clerk 

District of Rhode-Island. 
David L. Barnes, Judge 
David Howell, Attorney 
William Peck, Marshal 
Edmorul T. Ellery, Clerk 

District of Connecticut* 
Pierpont Edwards, Judge 
Hezekiah Huntington, Attorney 



131 

Robert Fairchild, Marshal 
Henry W. Edwards, Clerk 

District of Vermont. 
Elijah Paine, Judge 
David Fay, Attorney 
John Willard, Marshal 
Cephas Smith, Clerk 

District of JVcrv- York. 
Matthias B. Talmadge, Judge 
Nathan Sanford, Attorney 
Peter Curtenius, Marshal 
Charles Clinton, jun, Clerk 

District of JSiew -Jersey* 
Robert Morris, Judge 
Joseph M'llvaine, Attorney- 
Oliver Barnet, Marshal 
Robert Beggs, Clerk 

District of Pennsylvania 
Richard Peters, Judge 

Alex'r J. Dallas, Attorney for the East'n District 
John Smith, Marshal for" the Eastern District 
James Hamilton, Attorney for the Western Dist. 
Pressley Carr Lane, Marshal for do. 

District of Delaware. 
Cushing Bedford, Judge 
George Read, jun. Attorney 
Joel Lewis, Marshal 

District cf Maryland. 
James Winchester, Judge 
Zebu Ion Hollingsworth, Attorney 
Reuben Ettin ^"Marshal 

District of Columbia. 
William C ranch, Chief Judge 

Allen B. Ducket, and Fitzhugh, Judges. 

Walter Jones, jun. Attorney 
Washington Boyd. Marshal 
William Brent* Clerk 



1S2 
ATTORNIES, 

Admitted at the Circuit Court in Connecticu 



Hezekiah Huntington 
John Allen 
Joseph Backus 
Burrage Beach 
Seth P. Beers ; 
Noah B. Benedict 
Coddington Billings 
David Holies, j'r 
Jonathan Brace 
William Bristol 
David Burr 
Judson Canneld 
Jabcz Clark 

William P. Clcaveland 
Alexander Collins 
Samuel Cowles 
David Daggett 
Samuel W. Dana 
John Davenport, yv 
Araham V. H. De Witt 
Theodore Dwight 
Thomas Day 
Josiah Dudley 
Daniel Dunbar 
Charles Den i spa 
Jonathan VV. Edwards 
Henry W. Edwards 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Chauncey Goodrich 
Elizur Goodrich 
James Gould 
Calvin Goddard 
Jacob B Gurley 
John M. Gannett 
Jeremiah Halsey 



, esq. Distrist Attorney. 
William S. Hart 
William HiUhcuse 
Uriel Holmes 
Stephen T. Kosmer 
knoch Huntington 
Jirah Isham 
Rosweil Judson 
Lyman Law 
James Lanman 
John H. Lynde 
John M'CleHan 
Walter Mitchel 
Isaac Mills 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
William Moseley 
John Parish 
Enoch Perkins 
Isaac Perkins 
John T. Peters 
Timothy Pit kin, jV 
Ephraim Root 
Matthew T. Russell 
Aaron Smith 
John C. Smith 
Nathan Smith 
Asa Spalding 
Lewis Burr bturges. 
Benjamin Sti!es,j'r 
Seth P. Staples 
Elisha Sterling 
Nathaniel Terry 
Seth Terry 
Joseph Trumbull 
Henry. Terry 



Samuel P. Waldo 
Dyer White 
"ohn Williams 



133 

I William Williston 
I Samuel Woodruff 
I Tho's S .Williams, esq's 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



SENATE. 

George Clinton* President. 

Samuel A. Otis* Secretary. 



Aew-Ham/ishire 
Nahum Parker 
Nicholas Oilman 

Massachusetts 
Timothy Pickering 
James Lloyd, jr. 

Vermont 
Stephen R. Bradley- 
Jonathan Robinson 

Rhode -Is land 
Christopher G.Champlin 
Elisha Matthewson 

Connecticut 
James Hillhouse 
Chauncey Goodrich 

J\ew-York 
John Smith 
Obadiah German 

A ew- Jersey 
John Condit 
John Lambert 

Pennsylvania 
Andrew Gregg 
Michael Leib 

Delaware 
Vacancy, 



James A. Bayard 

Maryland 
Samuel Smith 
Philip Reed 

Virginia 
William B. Giles 
Richard IJrent 

Kentucky 
Ikickman Thurston 
John Pope 

A or ill-Carolina 
James Turner 
Jesse Franklin 

South-Caroiinci 
Thomas Sumpter 
J.f a GaiHard 

Tennessee 
Joseph Anderson 
Jenkine Whiteside 

Georgia 
John Milledge 
William Crawford 

Ohio 
Return J. Meigs 
Vacancy 



M 



134 
HOUSE OF, REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph B. Varnum, 
Patrick M'Gruder 



J\ ew- Hampshire 
Daniel Biaisdei 
John C. Chamberlain 
William Hale 
Nathanel A- Haven 
James Wilson 

M tssachusetts 
Ezekiel Bacon 
Orchard Cook 
Richard Cntts 
William Ely 
Gideon Gardner 
Barzillai Gannett 
E. St. Loe Livermore 
Benjamin Pickman 
Josiah Quincy 
Ebenezer Seaver 
William Stedman 
Samuel Taggart 
William Baillies 
Jahez Upham 
Joseph B. Varnum 
Laban Wheaten 
Ezekiel Whitman 

Rhode-Island 
Richard Jacksovi 
Eli bin R. Potter 

Connecticut 
E^ctfahrodj tus Champion 
§amacl \V. Dana 
John Davenoort 
Jonathan ()! Mosely 
Timothy Ritfcih* jun. 
i ieAvisi !'. Sturges 
Benjamin Tahmaoae 



p aker. 
Clerk- 

Vermont 

William Chamberlain 
Martin Chittenden 
Jonathan H. Hubbard 
Samuel Shaw 

JSlew-York 
William Denning 
James Emott 
Jonathan Fisk 
Barent Gardenier 
Thomas R< Gold 
H. Koickerbacker 
R. Le Roy Livingston. 
Vincent Matthews 
Peter B. Porter 
Erastus Root 
K. K. Van Renssellacr 
Thomas Sammons . 
Ebenezer Sage 
John Thomnson 
Uri Tracy 

j\env- Jersey 
Adam Boyd 
James Cox 
William Helms 
Jacob Hufty 
Thomas Newbold 
Henry Southard 

Pennsylvania 
William Anderson 
David Baird 
Robert Brown 
\ William Crawford 
William FiiuVey 
Daniel Heistev 



135 



obert Jenkins 
Laron Ly*le 
Killiarn iviilner 
jhn Porter 
John Ilea 

jfetthias Richards 
ohn Ross 
Vdam Scybert 
oh 1 1 Smilie 

oorge Smith 
Robert Whitehill 

D 'elaw are 
Nicholas Van Dyke 

i Maryland 
ohn Brown 
ohn Campbell 
•harles Goldsborough 
(Philip B. Key 
Alexander M'Kim 
[John Montgomery 
Nicholas R. Moore 
Roger Nelson 
Archibald Van Horn 

Virginia 
Burwell Basset 
James Brackenbridge 
Wm, A. Burwell 
Matthew Clay 
John Clopton 
John Dawson 
John VV • Eppes 
Thomas Gholson junr, 
Peterson Goodwin 
Edwin Gray 
John G. Jackson 
Walter Jones 
Joseph Lewis junr. 
John Love 
Thomas Newton 



Wilson C. Nicholas 
J. T. Roan 
John Smith 

Jacob Swoope 
J. Stevenson 
Daniel She f fey 
Kentucky 
Henry Christ 
Joseph Desha 
Benja Howard 
Rich. M, Johnson 
Mat hew Lyon 
Samuel M'Kee 

. Aorth-Carvlina 
Willis Alston, junr. 
James Cochran, 
Meshack Franklin 
James Holland 
Thomas Kenan 
William Kennedy, 
Nathaniel Macon 
Arch. M' Bride 
Joseph Pearson 
Lemuel Sawyer 
Richard Stanford 
John Stanley 

Tennessee 
Pleasant M. Miller 
John Rhea 
One not certain 

South-Carolina 
Lemuel J. Alston 
William Butler 
Robert Calhoun 
Robert Marion 

• Thomas Moore 

\ John Taylor 
Richard Winn 

I Robert Witherspcon 



Georgia 
Wm. W. Bibb 
Howell Cobb 
Dennis Smelt 
George M.Troup 

Ohio 
Jeremiah Morrow 



136 

Mississippi Teritorrxj 
George Poindexter 

Indiana Territory 
Jonathan Jennings, 

Orleans Territory 
J.Poydrass 



COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 



States 
J\ civ- Hampshire 
Massachusetts 
Rhode- Island 
Connecticut 
J\ew-York 
J\ ew- Jersey 
Penmylvaniu 
Delaware 
Maryland 
Virginia 
J\ or th -Carolina 
Souths Carolina 
Georgia 



Officers 
William Gardiner -„ 
Benjamin Austin - - 
Christopher Ellery - 
Jonathan Bull 



Salaries 
- - jg 650 

- - - 1500 

- - - - 600 
1000 



James Nicholson ----- 1500 

James Ewing 700 

Stephen Moylan 1500 

John Stockton ------- 600 

Benjamin Howard - - - - 1000 
Benjamin Harrison - - - « 1500 
Sherwood Haywood - - - - 1000 
Isaac Neusville ------ 1000 

700 



Governors, &c. of the Territories of the 
United States. 

Mi* si si /if i i Territory 
David Holmes, of Virginia, Governour 
Cowls Mead, Secretary 

Indiana Territory 
William B. Harrison, Governour 
John Gibson, Secretary 

Territory of Orleans 
William O. C. Claiborne, Governour 
Benjamin Morgan, Secretary 



137 

t er j Territory of Upper Louisiana 

Vacant Governour 
Frederick Bates, Secretary 

Territory of Michigan 
•Villiam Hull, Governour 
-leuben Atwater, Secretary 

kill Illinois Territory 

inian Edwards, Governour 
^(Nathaniel Pope, Secretary 
w 
^■Robert Brent, Mayor of the City of Washington 

ml 

JjJohn Mason, of Colum. Dist. Agent of Indian Affairs 



7 m>s*sr*r*r*rs'*r *r^ 




J Nav y 


of the United States. 


J ■ Vessels 


Commanders 


1 


FRIG ATE S 


Constitution 


Commodore Rogers 


President 


Capt. Bambridge 


1 United States 


Decatur 


Chesapeake 


Hull 


Essex 


Smith 


Congress 




Con stf -Hat ion 




1 New -York 




! Adams 




Boston 






SHIPS 


John Adams 


Capt. Evans 








BRIGS 


S'ren 


Capt. Gjordon 


Argus 


Lt* Jones 


Hornet 


Li. Kuat 




M 2 



138 

Vixen Lt. Ludlow 

Nautilus Lt. Sinclair 

SCHOONERS 

Revenge 

Enterprize Lt. Tripp 

CUTTER. Ferret Lt. Gadsden 

GUN BOATS— No. 1, to No. 153. 



SALARIES 

Of the principal Officers of the Government of tin 
United States 

— 

Secretary of State § 500(1 

Secretary of the Treasury -- 500( 

Secretary of War - ----- 45 o( 

Secretary of the Navy ..-. 450c 

Comptroller of the Treasury -------- 350C 

Auditor -----"' 200Q 

Treasurer 3000 

Register ----. - 2400 

Attorney -General ----- 3000 

Commissioner of the Revenue • - - 3000 

Accountant of War Department 3000 

Accountant of the Navy Department - - - - 2000 

Post-Master-General 3000 

Assistant Post-Master-General 1700 



Ministers of the United States. 

At London, William Pinckney, Minister Plenipoten* 
tiary 
Paris/John Armstrong, Minister Plenipotentiary 
Petersburg!, John Quincy Adams, Minister Pleni- 
potentiary 
William Smith, Secretary of Legation 
Rio Janeiro, Thomas Sumpter, jun, of South -Car- 
olina, Minister Plenipotentiary 



■A/v 



139 
Ministers from Foreign Powers. 

Great-Britain, 

France, Gen. Turreau, Minister Plenipotentiary 
Chevalier de Foranda, and Don Ignatius de Viar, 

joint charge de affairs from the Junta of Spain 
Portugal, Joseph Raderrnaker, Charge d'Affairs 
Denmark, Peter Pederson, Charge d'Affairs 



ftlJ Consuls and Commercial Agents of the Uni- 
ted States* 



In Great-Britain and its Dominions* 




CONSULS. 




William Lyman 




London 


Eli as Vanderhorst 




Bristol 


Robert W. Fox 




Falmouth 


James Maury- 




Liverpool 


Joseph Wilson 




Dublin 


Thomas Auldje, Vice Consul 


Poole 


Jamss Holmes 




Belfast 


John Church 




Cork 


John Gavin© 




Gibraltar 


Joseph Palis 




Malta 


vjeorge Johnson 




Glasgow 



In France and its Dominions, 

COMMERCIAL AGENTS. 

Isaac Cox Barnet Havre de Grace 

William Lee, Commercial Agent Bordeaux 
Thomas Aborn, Vice Com. Agent Cavenne 
Peter Walsh, Agent Cette 

William Buchanan} I*»jgjggw4 

Eugene Cathalan Marseilles 

John Appleton Calais 

William Patterson Nantz 



140 



Aaron Vale 
Thomas Lovelle 
Francis Coffen 
Henry Wilson 



L'Orient 
La Rochelle 
Dunkirk 
Ostend 



In Sfiahi and its Dominions* 

CONSULS. 

Joseph Yanardi 
Robert Montgomery 
William Kirkpatrick 
Louis O'Brien 
John Leonard 



John Martin Baker > 

John James Armstrong 
Richard S. Hackley 



Cadiz 
Alicant 
Malaga 
St. Andero 
Barcelona 
Tarragona and the 
Isles of Majorca, 
Minorca, & Yvica 
Island of Teneriffe 
St. Lucar 



0i 



In Portugal and its Dominions. 
William Jarvis, Consul Lisbon 

James L. Cathcart, do, Madeira 

JotoB.Dabncy.do. ^'lan^A 

Henry Hill, Consul at St. Salvador in Brazil 

In the Batavian Refiuhlick end its Dependencies. 
Sylvanus Bourne, Consul General, Amsterdam 

In Denmark and its Dominions, 
Hans Rodolph Saabye, Consul Copenhagen 
Thomas Gamble Island of Santa Crng 

James M'Greggor Island of St. Thomas 



Frederick W- Lutz 
William Clarke 



In Prussia* 



JohnM. Forbes 



In Germany. 



Stettin 
Embden 



Hamburgh 



141 

fYcdcrick J. Wichfelhausen 

f hilip Mark § 
Villiam Riggin 



Bremen 

Ftanconia 

Trieste 



In the Kingdom of Sweden* 
Robert G. Gardiner Gottenburg 

William Israel Island of St. Bartholomews 



In the Italian States, 
Thomas Apple ton 
[Alexander Ham met 
Thomas H. Storne 
John Broadbent 
Abraham Gibbs 



Leghorn 

Naples 

Genoa 

Messina 

Palermo 



Levitt Harris 
i Edward Carrington 
William Stewart 



la Russia. 

In China. 

In Turkey* 



St. Petersburg 
Canton 



bmyrna 

In Algiers. 

Tobias Lear, Consul General 

In Tripoli. 

George Davis, Consul 

In Tunis. 

Charles D. Cox, Agent 

fn Tangier. 
James Simpson, Consul 



AGENTS FOR SEAMEN AND COMMERCE. 



James Anderson 
Maurice Rogers 
Henry Rose 
Maurice Lysie 
Lewis For man 
Archibald M. Cooke 



Havanna 

St. J ago de Cuba 

Island of Antigua 

Tortola 

Porto Rico 

Martinique 



142 
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 

Statement of Votes for President and Vice- 
President of the United States, for four 
years from March 4, 1 309. 

HELD DECEMBER 7, 1808. 

President. Vice President 



J\ames of the 
States 




135 




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a 


<"> 



g 



*? 



K. Hampshire 

Massachusetts 

Rhode-Island 

Connecticut 

Vermont* 

New-Yorkf 

New-Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

N. Carolina 

S. Carolina 

Georgia 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Ohio* 



G.Tick. 
Legisla. 
G.Tick. 
Legisla. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
G.Tick. 
Legisla. 
By Dist. 
G.Tick. 
By Dist. 
Legisla. 

do. 











6 

13 

8 

20 



9 

24 

11 

10 

6 



By Dist. 7 
do. i 5 
do. | S 



7 
19 
4 
9 




3 
2 

3 





o 









01 


13 

3 
20 



9 
24 
11 
10 

6 

7 

5 





7 
19 
4 
9 




3 
2 

3 








7 
19 

4. 

9 

6 
19 

8 
20 

3 
11 
24 
14 
10 

6 

8 

5 

3 



122 



47j H3 | 4 ~ I 176 



* The Electors of Vermont and Ohio voted for 
Mr. Langdon, Governor of New-Hampshire, as 
Vice-President. 

t In New -York, Gov. Clinton, had 6 votes for 
Presiderat,and Madison and Munroe 3 each for Vice- 
President. 

Kentucky lost one vote by the sickness of an Elec- 
tor, 



143 
Gzvernours of the several States. 



•A e\v-IIam[\shire 
Massac .'meet is 
Rhode- Island 
Connecticut 
Vermont 
J\eiu- York 
J\ e%v -Jersey 
Pennsylvania 
Delaware 
Maryland 
Virginia 
Aorth-Carolina 
South-Carolina 
Georgia 
Kent nc Icy 
lenncsaee 
Ohio 



Jeremiah Smith 
Christopher Gore 
James Fenner 
John Treadwell 
Jonas Galusha 
Daniel D, Tompkins 
Joseph Bloom fie W 
Simon Snyder 
George Truitt 
Edward Lloyd 
John Tyler 
William Stone 
John Drayton 
David & Mitchell 
Thomas Scott 
Wiley Blunt 
Samuel Huntington 



STATE OF RHODE-ISLAND. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JAMES FENNER, ESQ. 
Governor* 

THE HONOURABLE 

SIMliON MARTIN, ESQ. 
JJeuien&nt-Governor. 



SENATORS. 

William Reynolds 
William Anthony 
Oliver Gardiner 
C hri s lonh er Fowler 
Jeremiah Brown ,esquircs 
esq. Secretary 
Constant Tuber, esq. General Treasurer 



Moses Lipput 
James Rhodes 
Daniel B- bcock 
Job Randal 
William Waterm 
Samu 



144 

Sufireme Judicial Court of Rhode-Island* 
Thomas Arnold, esq. Chief Justice. 
William Marchant, esq, I Benjamin Johnson, esq. 
Joseph Reynolds, esq. | John Cooke, esq. 

James Burrill, jun. esq. Attorney General 






List of Courts in the New-England States,- 
for each month. 



NOTE.— $.¥,0. stands for Sufireme Federal Court* 
C.F.C Circuit Federal Court.